Angeline Ti, MD, MPH

Fellow in Family Planning

After college, Dr. Ti joined Teach For America to teach middle school science in Houston, Texas. She became interested in the effect of unintended pregnancy on adolescents. After teaching, she studied health policy and health disparities at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She then went on to attend the University of Michigan Medical School, where she conducted a project evaluating the family planning needs of clients attending HIV clinics in Ghana. She is currently a resident in Family and Community Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital, where she is working with pregnant incarcerated women through the Mothers and Infants Nurturing Together (MINT) program. She hopes to continue working with incarcerated women through her fellowship research project.


Areas of interest:

  • Access to contraception in incarcerated women
  • Contraception through school-based health clinics


Education and training:

  • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Masters in Health Policy and Health Disparities
  • University of Michigan, Medical Doctorate