Holly Horan*

University of Oregon

Received fellowship: Oregon State University (PhD), 2015
Current affiliation: University of Alabama,Tuscalossa 

Academic advisor: Dr. Melissa Cheyney
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
2019 OSU Anthropology Program Sudy Storm Graduate Memorial Award $500
2019 OSU Presidents Commission on the Status of Women’s Breaking Barriers in Research Award
2018 OSU College of Liberal Arts Supplemental Research Award $500
2017 NSF Cultural Anthropology DDRG supplemental funding $4,220
2016 NSF Cultural Anthropology Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant (DDRG) $21,405
2016 SYLFF Study Research Abroad Grant $5,000
2015 OSU Anthropology Kathryn Ross Award $1,500
2015 Oregon SYLFF Graduate Fellowships for International Research (2015-2016) $12,000
2015 OSU Presidents Commission on the Status of Women $500

Holly Horan is a clinical biocultural medical anthropologist at the University of Alabama. She was a SYLFF fellow during the 2015-2016 academic year as a doctoral student at Oregon State Univeristy and was awarded the SRA grant in 2016. Her areas of expertise include maternal stress, preterm birth, Puerto Rico and maternity care. Dr. Horan is also a birth and postpartum doula and has additional interests in developmental origins of health and disease and health systems reform.

FR: Oregon State University (USA)
TO: Mujeres Ayudando a Madres (MAM) and Menonitas Hospital (Puerto Rico)

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