Aley Joseph Pallickaparambil
Clinical Instructor, Health Systems and Population Health
Senior Epidemiologist, Public Health Seattle and King County
Data linkage; American Indian and Alaska Native tribal public health; homelessness and health; reproductive health access; maternal and child health; mental health and substance abuse
Aley Joseph Pallickaparambil is a clinical instructor in the Department of Health Systems and Population Health. She is also an epidemiologist with Public Health – Seattle & King County, where she uses data mining, biostatistical and epidemiological tools to do public health assessment, evaluation and geospatial mapping. Her areas of focus include American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) health priorities, maternal and child health, mental health and substance use, and reproductive health access. Prior to moving to Seattle, Pallickaparambil worked in public health surveillance and evaluation among Native American communities in California, where she studied race misclassification for AI/AN populations and conducted and planned culturally appropriate surveillance techniques. She has spent her formative public health years conducting malaria surveillance in rural southern India. She grew up in India, where she studied mathematics and microbiology at the University of Mumbai. She earned an MPH in epidemiology and a master’s in ecology and evolution from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
MPH Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2011
MS Ecology and Evolution, University of Michigan, 2010
BSc Mathematics, Microbiology, University of Mumbai, 2004