Marie Thoma is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Science, School of Public Health, University of Maryland.
Dr. Thoma’s research focuses on the intersection of reproductive and maternal and infant health. Her research program aims to optimize outcomes, enhance data and methods, and translate research into evidence-based policies and programs underpinning these areas. Through her research she strives to create a world where individuals of all backgrounds can freely pursue their reproductive goals and access services safely and equitably.
ADDRESSING WOMEN'S HEALTH TO IMPROVE FAMILY HEALTH
Dr. Thoma is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Science, School of Public Health at the University of Maryland. She teaches undergraduate courses in maternal and child health and graduate courses in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology. Through her teaching and scholarship, she is committed to addressing factors that influence women's reproductive and perinatal health and enhancing population-based methodologies to examine critical questions in this field.
Dr. Thoma was raised in Maryland and is proud to be a Terp! She majored in Anthropology (minor in Nutrition) at the University of Pennsylvania and received her PhD (Dept. of Population, Family, Reproductive Health) and MHS (Biostatistics) at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.