Beth's primary research interest is the social determinants of health and the multiple effects they can have on unique sub-groups of people. Her dissertation research investigates the relationship between economic and health inequalities for one segment of the U.S. population-its oldest residents. In particular, she is interested in group- and society-level factors that are linked to poor health outcomes for individuals. To study this social problem, Beth's dissertation research uses survey methodology to examine the associations between measures of income and wealth inequality and health outcomes.
Ph.D. candidate, Sociology
Specialization in gender inequality
Wayne State University
Masters of Social Science
BS in Social Science