Research Associate II
Woodlyn Joachim graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Molecular & Cell Biology and a minor in Women’s Gender and Sexualities Studies from the University of Connecticut in 2018. She also completed her Master of Public Health in 2019 as part of UConn’s Fast-Track (4+1, BS/MPH) program. As an undergraduate student, Woodlyn conducted research to examine the relationship between gut microbiomes and health outcomes in patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). As a graduate student, she conducted research on the use and effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment programs in correctional facilities. Woodlyn also worked at the largest Federally-Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Connecticut, where she led the evaluation of Project ECHO ®, a telemedicine model that educates primary care providers to treat complex conditions in patients. In her role as a Research Assistant II for ECPC, Woodlyn uses evaluation tools to measure outcomes and monitor progress across all ECPC objectives.