Kim Harley, Ph.D., is a reproductive epidemiologist who serves on the faculty of the Maternal and Child Health Program at U.C. Berkeley. She teaches courses in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology and practical issues in maternal and child health data analysis. Kim’s research focuses on reproductive health and the environment, including fertility, timing of puberty, and birth outcomes. Kim is happy to contribute her knowledge of epidemiology, study design, and statistical methods to the Bixby Center.