With Ryan Light, I am examining patterns of disciplinary integration in "problem" oriented areas of science.
(This work has been funded in part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Health and Society Scholars Program at Columbia University.)
Development of network theory and analytic strategies have occasionally outpaced the availability of data. I'm interested in altering that, and evaluating the quality of such efforts.
Diffusion Processes: Social Network Influences on Health Behaviors & Outcomes
What do smoking, HIV/AIDS, hypertension and flu have in common? The possibility of being shaped by one's peers and shaping who we select as friends.
(This work has been funded in part by the National Institutes of Health.)