Daniela Robledo, MS

Graduate Student Researcher


Daniela (she/they pronouns) is a second-generation Latinx immigrant and first-generation college student pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is an MS graduate from the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and earned a Capstone Certificate in the Infant, Early Childhood and Family Mental Health program through the Department of Psychiatry, UW School of Medicine and Public Health. In the Mothers and Babies Lab, Daniela is conducting research on the feasibility and effectiveness of an Early Intervention to Promote Cardiovascular Health of Mothers and Children (ENRICH) in home visiting programs. Daniela aims to study behavioral approaches to cardiovascular disease prevention and the link to perinatal mental health. Daniela has contributed to several research projects that include topics of health equity, mental health provision, heart arrhythmia, culturally adapting curriculums, teaching, and training in psychology. Daniela’s clinical and research interests include behavioral medicine, family mental health, and cultural context in populations that have been historically marginalized in healthcare systems.  

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