I'm a social epidemiologist and an inaugural Health and Human Rights Fellow at the Harvard FXB Center for Health & Human Rights. One of my main projects right now looks at how a variety of institutions – law, corporations, forensics, and public health – work together to obscure state accountability for deaths in police custody. Some of my previous work has included research on neighborhood racial and economic segregation; racial and economic inequality in police killings; and multilevel models for causal inference.
I am always happy to discuss my work with people or send any of my paywalled articles. You can email me at the address included on my curriculum vitae below.
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