Faculty

Our faculty affiliates come from many academic disciplines, including anthropology, economics, epidemiology, health policy, health promotion, nursing, social work, and sociology.

Faculty

Emily Mann, Ph.D.

Emily Mann, Ph.D.

Co-Director of CHIP and Associate Professor of Health Promotion and Women’s and Gender Studies

Pronouns: she/her
The socio-medical regulation of people’s sexual and reproductive practices and its implications for social and health inequalities.

               

Andrea Henderson, Ph.D.

Andrea Henderson, Ph.D.

Co-Director of CHIP and Associate Professor of Sociology

Pronouns: she/her
The religious lives of Black Americans and how religion influences health and well-being in the face of stress, including racial discrimination.

     

Jaclyn Wong, Ph.D.

Jaclyn Wong, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Pronouns: she/her
How positive and negative social relationships shape older adults’ health and wellbeing. The role of gender, marriage, and family relationships on life course health.

               

Carla Pfeffer, Ph.D.

Carla Pfeffer, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sociology and Director, Women’s and Gender Studies

Pronouns: she/her
Contemporary families, genders, sexualities, and bodies considered marginal; management of stigma and discrimination; impact of social marginalization on health and wellness

               

Bongki Woo, Ph.D.

Bongki Woo, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Social Work

Pronouns: he/his
Social and enviornmental determinants of mental health and well-being of people of color.

          

Nathaniel Bell, Ph.D.

Nathaniel Bell, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Nursing

Pronouns: he/his
Spatial access to healthcare services, social epidemiology, and linked administrative data surveillance.

     

Diego F. Leal, Ph.D.

Diego F. Leal, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Pronouns: he/his
The study of international migration systems and the relational determinants of minority health.

            

Meeta Banerjee, Ph.D.

Meeta Banerjee, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Pronouns: she/her
Social influences on the developmental trajectories of underrepresented minority youth and families.

          

Caroline Hartnett, Ph.D.

Caroline Hartnett, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sociology

Pronouns: she/her
How social factors influence decision-making around childbearing and how the exchange of resources within families impact inequality.

               

Guillermo Wippold, Ph.D.

Guillermo Wippold, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Pronouns: he/his
Community-based participatory research and health-related quality of life.

     

Nicole Hair, Ph.D.

Nicole Hair, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Health Services Policy and Management

Pronouns: she/her
Disparities in health care and health outcomes and role of policy in promoting equity for children.

          

Jennifer Augustine, Ph.D.

Jennifer Augustine, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Sociology

Pronouns: she/her
How mothers shape family level processes and in turn their children’s health and academic outcomes.

     

Jason Cummings, Ph.D.

Jason Cummings, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology and African American Studies

Pronouns: he/his
The racialized experiences of the Black middle class and its consequences for physical and mental health

          

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