My research focuses on the life-course origins of health and socioeconomic inequality. I am currently working on:
- The effects of early life interventions on adult health and well-being, and the mechanisms underlying these links.
- The relationship between economic opportunities and health behaviors and outcomes [Webinar outlining work in this area].
- The short- and long-run returns of public health and social sector programs.
- Behavioral responses to, and demand for, HIV prevention and treatment programs.
I am currently working on projects in the United States, Mexico, South Africa, Uganda.