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Conference Program Chairs

Theresa Osypuk is a social epidemiologist, and her research examines why place and social policy influence health and health disparities. She studies the influence of racial residential segregation, neighborhood context, and social and economic policies implemented outside of the health sector, for their effects on health disparities across the life course. Read more

Professor Elizabeth Heger Boyle (Department of Sociology & College of Law, University of Minnesota) studies the role of law in the realization of women’s and children’s right to health, particularly in the global south. She has written extensively on the impetus for and impact of laws related to female genital cutting, and considered the impact of laws and international treaties on adolescent childbearing, vaccinations, under-5 mortality, and educational enrollments. Read more

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