I'm a sociologist and demographer studying social inequalities in health and well-being. I'm currently an NIH Postdoctoral fellow in the Population Studies & Training Center at Brown University! My current projects examine regional variation in health and mortality in the United States from 1965 to 2010 and the relationship between technological change and race/ethnic disparities in infant health.
I received my PhD in sociology and demography from the University of Pennsylvania. My dissertation examined the contribution of health behaviors to population-level differences in health and mortality.
My publications are available here and my curriculum vitae can be seen here.
My research on the Hispanic Paradox was mentioned in Time, Scientific American, and the New York Times! Check it out.
Population Studies & Training Center
Brown University, Box 1836
Providence, RI 02912