Nature versus Nurture in the Explanations for Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities

Nature versus Nurture in the Explanations for Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities

Speaker: Jay Kaufman, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University
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TitleNature versus Nurture in the Explanations for Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities
Publication TypePodcast
Year of PublicationSubmitted
Date Published02/2012
Abstract

Jay S. Kaufman holds a doctorate in epidemiologic science from the University of Michigan. After a post-doctoral position at Loyola Stritch School of Medicine (Chicago, IL), he was Medical Epidemiologist at Carolinas Medical Center (Charlotte, NC). From 1999 through 2008 he held a faculty position at the University of North Carolina School of Public Health at Chapel Hill before leaving for his current position as Canada Research Chair in Health Disparities in the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health at McGill University (Montreal, QC). Kaufman's work focuses on social epidemiology, analytic methodology and on a variety of health outcomes including reproductive, cardiovascular, psychiatric and infectious diseases. He is an editor at the journal “Epidemiology” and an associate editor at “American Journal of Epidemiology.” With J. Michael Oakes he is the co-editor of the textbook “Methods in Social Epidemiology.”

Speaker

Jay Kaufman, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University

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