Ph.D. Student Profile
Alexis Reeves, MPH, BS
- Doctoral Student
M.P.H, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California Berkeley School of
Public Health, 2017
B.S, Biological Sciences, University of California Irvine, 2012
Research Interests & Projects
My research focuses on chronic disease disparities. I am particularly interested in the social patterning of stressors and the psychobiological mechanisms by which they produce chronic disease.
Current Research: I am currently working with Dr. Sioban Harlow on the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN) focusing on potential mechanisms of chronic disease disparities in mid-life women.
Nuru-Jeter, A.M, Michaels, E.K., Thomas, M.D, Reeves, A.N, Thorpe, R.J & LaViest, T.A. Relative Roles of Race vs. Socioeconomic Position in Studies of Health Inequities: A Matter of Interpretation. Annual Review of Public Health.