Renowned researcher and essayist Jobi Tyson is the founder of the National Research for Involuntary Childlessness. Her research focuses on infertility, female childlessness and reproductive health conditions. NRIC is currently engaged in disruptive investigations to understand the psychological impact of female childlessness. Another major area of NRIC is on clarifying role of certain gynecological procedures and health conditions that contribute to infertility in women.
After enduring a painful undiagnosed endometriosis and adenomyosis, coupled with struggling with unexplained infertility and two misdiagnoses, Jobi learned of the challenges women face navigating their own health care. This led her to launch the National Research for Involuntary Childlessness determined to help eradicate the stigma of female childlessness and infertility, while finding its causes and links. She also embarked on a deep dive into her own infertility, in which she documented along with uncovering mysteries surrounding infertility and plans to reveal her findings in a forthcoming podcast, Secrets of Infertility.
As a researcher for over a decade whose name has become synonymous with the leaps and bounds seen in research into human behavior, and health and wellness, she has performed cutting-edge research for Johns Hopkins, Koch Industries, Fortune 500 companies, among others. She received her undergraduate degree from Bethune-Cookman University and went on to earn her MBA from the University of Phoenix.
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