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Ashley Comiford

Dr. Ashley Comiford is the epidemiologist for the Cherokee Nation Community Health Promotion Programs. She received her B.S. degree in microbiology from the University of Oklahoma and her M.P.H and Dr.P.H. degrees in epidemiology from the University of Kentucky. In her position at Cherokee Nation, Dr. Comiford serves as the Cherokee Nation Youth Risk Behavior Survey coordinator, data analyst for the Cherokee Nation Adult Tobacco Survey, and the lead evaluator for the CDC’s Partnerships to Improve Community Health (PICH) grant. Her research interests include Native American public health research, specifically in the areas of tobacco use and prevention and related chronic disease research. Currently, she is the project lead for a study evaluating electronic cigarette use among American Indian smokers.


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