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Rasmey Gomez
Rasmey Gomez is a graduate student at California State University Northridge pursuing a Master of Public Health with a concentration in applied epidemiology. Her academic focus and professional interests lie in the fields of data management, data cleaning, data analysis, and transforming data into meaningful information that can help address public health challenges, improve patient outcomes, and enhance overall community health.
 Before joining the SHARE project, Rasmey worked as a research assistant, where she assisted in conducting research on people with brain injuries, utilizing innovative Virtual Reality (VR) technologies to aid in health improvement, rehabilitation, and recovery. In addition, she conducted research and analysis on COVID-19 hospitalizations, comorbidity, and mortality rates associated with the virus. Furthermore, Rasmey has experience in the medical device industry, contributing to the development of high-quality products aimed at improving the quality of people’s lives. 
The SHARE project presents an exciting opportunity for Rasmey to engage with a diverse group of passionate individuals, fostering collaboration and team building. Rasmey aims to acquire practical experience in various critical aspects of public health research while gaining meaningful insight into the participants. 
During her free time, Rasmey likes to spend time with her family, cook, and shop.
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