Christabelle Ong is a second-year MPH candidate concentrating in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health and a graduate research associate for the Yale-Griffin CDC Prevention Research Center (PRC). Prior to Yale, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, honors degree in psychology from Yale-NUS College. She has worked with a number of student welfare organizations, the Singapore Ministry of Health, the Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center, and the New Haven Coordinated Food Assistance Network. Christabelle's research interests are food insecurity and the interaction of social, behavioral, and cultural determinants with health. She hopes to work in the food policy sector in the future.
Education & Training
- BAYale-NUS College, Psychology (2020)