Jennifer Villalobos is a professional research assistant working for the Colorado School of Public Health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus for the mHealth Impact Lab, a lab dedicated to improving health outcomes and preventing disease through digital health interventions. Her responsibilities with the lab include managing projects and working on various qualitative studies with different researchers. In addition to her work at mHealth Impact Lab, she also has over four years of experience working in other clinical, community participatory based, and evaluation research projects.
Jennifer received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Public Health and a Bachelors of Arts in Geography from the University of Colorado Denver, and her Masters in Health Services Research, Policy, and Administration from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Currently, Jennifer is enrolled in her first semester of the Doctor of Public Health program in Community and Behavioral Health with the Colorado School of Public Health, and as a first generation Mexican-American, is interested in refocusing her skills and knowledge on digital mental health research among the Hispanic and Latino population in Colorado.