Sherry Oommen

Research Associate

Sherry Oommen conducts research for Project Text Assessment and Mobile Messaging Intervention Project (TAMMI), which explores how timing and adaptive messaging can influence drinking outcomes among individuals seeking to reduce their drinking.

Sherry also helps develop evidence-based, client-oriented and salient messages across varying digital initiatives and programs.

She received her bachelors from the Macaulay Honors College at Brooklyn College in Anthropology, concentrating in Medical Anthropology. Currently, she is pursuing her Masters in Public Health, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention studies at the Icahn School of Medicine. Her prior work in rural America and India sparked her interests, which largely focuses on elevating underrepresented demographics at the intersection of substance use, mental health, and public health in her hometown, New York.