Erin was born and raised in Southern CA and moved up to the Bay Area in 2011 to attend UC Berkeley as an undergraduate. After graduating in 2015, she began working with the Anal Neoplasia team as a practice coordinator, working with insurances and scheduling for the clinic. She joined the Anchor Study team in late 2018 and currently handles a majority of the daily data entry, as well as the resolution of data queries and slide shipments. Erin earned her phlebotomy technician’s license in 2019 and will be regularly performing participant blood draws.
As a social welfare major with an interest in public health, working on the Anchor Study has been a perfect union of two passions. It has allowed Erin to continue to serve the Bay Area community, while at the same time contributing to a team of coordinators and health care providers who are attempting to answer a greater medical question and save lives.
In her free time, Erin likes to go rock climbing and continue her search for the best pizza restaurant in the East Bay.