Graduate Student, Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Chan School of Public Health
Gabriel Schwartz is a PhD candidate in Population Health Sciences in the Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences. His research interests are in urban social epidemiology, focusing on the role social policy and neighborhoods play in producing health inequalities. His dissertation uses causal inference methods to investigate the impact of eviction and policing on children's health. Other projects include how multilevel models can help describe the distribution of health outcomes across groups in new and informative ways. Gabriel holds BAs in Human Biology and Sociology from Brown University.