MA, Sociology, University of Chicago
MPH, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
MA, Latin American Studies, Stanford University
I specialize in social demography. I study the social production of health inequalities. I am currently focused on better understanding the intergenerational transmission of health inequality, the contribution of early life exposures to later life health, and the birth cohort dynamics of racial gaps in mortality. I have a background in social epidemiology and community health, and much of my past work focused on health issues facing Latino communities in the U.S. and Mexico. I am also interested in computational methods for analysis of new data sources.