Aimee Fata Holmes is a CRC II and has worked in Dr. Salvy’s Lab since 2018. She has a master’s in public health from Northwestern University and a bachelor of science in health sciences from DePaul University. Aimee’s interests include impactful public health interventions that can be scaled to benefit communities.
Amy Yu received her bachelor of science in health promotion and disease prevention from the University of Southern California. Her research interests involve pediatric obesity and the association between social influences and behavior.
Nenette Cáceres is currently pursuing her doctorate in social policy and social research at Loma Linda University. Her dissertation work focuses on the relationship between sociocultural factors and quality of life among elderly Latinx. She joined the Salvy Lab in 2019, where she works on study design, protocol development and data collection. Nenette’s research interests include minority health and health disparities, social and structural determinants of healthy aging and quality of life, and cancer-related cognitive impairment (CRCI) in cancer survivors.