Maria Jose Mojardín López

About Maria Jose Mojardín López

Born and raised in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. I have a BA in International Studies and a MA in North American Studies. I got accepted in the first Mexican American Studies PhD cohort in 2013. I am doing a minor in Public Health.

My Research Interests are:

  • Mexican Migration
  • Gender and Migration.
    • Mexican Immigrant Women
  • Health Disparities and migration
  • Use and access to health care services among immigrant populations
  • Self-care practices among immigrant populations
  • Mexican Immigrant Women and their Sexual and Reproductive Health
    • Use and access to sexual and reproductive health care services
  • Perinatal mood disorders
  • Gender, migration and sexual and reproductive health
  • Gender, migration and mental health
  • Postpartum Depression

 

Projects

Volunteer at Tucson Postpartum Depression Coalition

Office of Latin American Partnership Initiatives Research Programs for Undergraduate Students from Latin America

  • Winter Research Program 2016 (Students from Chile, Mexico and Peru)
  • Latin American Summer Research Program 2016 (Students from different countries in Latin America)
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Contact Information

Maria Jose Mojardín López
Graduate Teaching Associate - MAS 150B "HIV AIDS in the 21st Century"
Office: Chávez Building, Room 207 A
Office Hours: Monday 10:30am-11:30am

Degree(s)

BA in International Studies, from Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, Mexico, 2009.

MA in North American Studies, from Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, Mexico, 2012.

 

Courses Taught

Sections J & L of MAS 150B "HIV AIDS in the 21st Century"