Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Anthropology
University of Washington
In the News:
- New Paper from Martin, Keith, and Colleagues (1/28/2022)
- Martin and Keith to Present Award-Winning Research at the NICHD (2/4/2022)
- CSDE Welcomes Four New Affiliates! (7/22/2022)
- Martin, Keith, Eisenberg, and Brindle Publish New Paper in Frontiers in Immunology (10/16/2022)
Monica Keith is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Anthropology at University of Washington. She is an Anthropologist and Data Scientist who studies biocultural variation in longitudinal health and child growth. She uses Bayesian models to assess predictors of growth and health outcomes. Her research integrates health, socio-ecological, and genetic data to study human biological variation in diverse contexts.
Monica is currently working with three ongoing field studies in Dominica, Bangladesh, and Argentina researching health, growth, and biodemography in rural and indigenous populations. She is also currently working with intergenerational data from the COVID-19 and Infant Feeding Study as well as the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to address maternal/infant health and disparities in US pregnancy outcomes.