- women's health
- substance use disorders
- intimate partner violence
- care for the medically under-served
- LGBTQ+ health
- social determinants of health
- the intersection of public health and primary care, including clinical innovations for population health improvement
Nicole Person-Rennell grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and attended ASU as a Flinn Scholar, graduating summa cum laude with a global studies degree and winning an award for most outstanding thesis project from Barrett, the Honors College at ASU for her work in intimate partner violence. Dr. Person-Rennell received her medical degree from Mayo Medical School and her master’s degree in public health with distinction from Cambridge University in England on the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. She completed her family medicine residency training at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), where she was awarded most outstanding intern, and completed an additional year as Chief Resident.