|August 2016 - Present||Assistant Professor, Binghamton University--SUNY|
Social and Behavioral Sciences, Anthropology, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Legal Studies, Developmental Psychology, Sociology, Community-Based Research, Educational Sociology, Gender and Sexuality, Inequality and Stratification, Medicine and Health, Quantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies, Race and Ethnicity, Rural Sociology, Work, Economy and Organizations, and Migration Studies
|2017 - Present||Immigrant minors’ access to care at a School Based Health Clinic|
|Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence Research Grant|
|Colleague(s): Dr. Elizabeth Mellin (Co-PI), Dr. Tiffany Joseph (SUNY Stony Brook), Dr. Naomi Schapiro (UCSF), Dr. Luis Zayas (UT Austin), Dr. Krista Perreira (UNC Chapel Hill)|
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2016 - Present||National Research Mentorship Network, Fellow|
Honors and Awards
- Best article prize by the Latino/a and Ethnic, and Racial Minorities Sections of the American Sociological Association and Latino/a Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association.
- Social Science Research Methods
- Researching Immigrant Lives
- Migration, Citizenship, and Human Rights
|BA, Vassar College ‐ Sociology|
|MA, University of California, Santa Barbara ‐ Sociology|
|PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara ‐ Sociology|
|Chancellor's Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles ‐ Anthropology|
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Creative Works (3)
Featured Works (4)
Health Coverage Expansion for the Undocumented and Potential Impacts for ...
Migration and Health: Reflections and challenges about the health of immigrants (2017)
Ongoing national debates about the right to affordable health care and proposals to either contract or expand health access to ...