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Liz Ventura Molina, MPH, CPH


Research Associate, Immigrant Well-Being Research Center, College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of expertise: Public Health, Epidemiology

Liz Ventura is a dynamic public health professional whose career is underpinned by a rich blend of medical, anthropological, and epidemiological knowledge. As a bilingual immigrant with roots in Cuba, Liz brings a unique perspective to her work in public health, shaped by diverse cultural and educational experiences. At the University of South Florida, Liz pursued a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. She then furthered her education by obtaining a master’s in public health with a concentration in Epidemiology at the same institution. Her commitment to public health is further evidenced by her certifications in Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases, equipping her with the skills to analyze complex health data effectively. Her professional journey is marked by experience in grant writing and research, particularly in projects aimed at enhancing community health. Liz’s work has often intersected with immigrant populations, where she has applied her skills in program development, data analysis, and bilingual communication to effectively serve these communities. Committed to addressing health disparities and promoting equitable health outcomes, Liz's work embodies her belief in the power of public health to create positive change, especially for marginalized and immigrant populations.


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Mental Health: The Silent Crisis Among Immigrants in the United States

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