Mengru was a member of the Causes of Death project team, working in variety of areas. During her fellowship, Mengru earned her Master of Public Health at the University of Washington. Her master’s thesis work is titled “Trends in iodine deficiency disorders from 1980 to 2010.”
After IHME, Mengru moved to Portland, Oregon, to pursue her medical degree at Oregon Health & Science University.
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