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About Dana Garbarski

Dr. Garbarski's research involves the social causes and consequences of health outcomes and health disparities. Her work focuses on the complex and dynamic relationship between social factors and health and how these relationships unfold over time across the life course. Her research also encompasses more micro-level processes of how data are generated—such as meanings and interpretations of survey questions and interviewer-respondent interactions—with implications for the relationships among social factors and health that are observed in the aggregate.

Dr. Garbarski received her PhD in Sociology and her MS in Population Health Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also completed a postdoctoral research position in the Health Disparities Research Scholars program in the Center for Women's Health and Health Disparities Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Present Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago Department of Sociology
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Research Works (36)