I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Duke University. My research interests include medical sociology, mental health, life course, stress, and quantitative methodology. I am particularly interested in studying how childhood adversities cluster together in early life, and how these experiences relate to disparate mental health outcomes in adulthood. Through this work, I also seek to evaluate and expand methodological approaches to life course studies. My work on childhood adversities was recently published in Society and Mental Health
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