Sammy Dhaliwal, PhD, MSc is a clinical health psychologist with a Master’s in Biostatistics and Epidemiology. She studies the role of sleep disturbance in women during times of reproductive transition, as a pathway to better understanding behavioral health. Her research aims to mitigate mental and physical health disparities among low-income, ethnic minority women. Her work has been funded by the NIMH, Sleep Research Society, and American Academy of Sleep Medicine. She looks forward to continued training at Penn.
Sammy Dhaliwal, PhD, MSc
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Sleep Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine