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Rebecca Evans-Polce

Research Investigator, Institute for Social Research

Dr. Evans-Polce is a research investigator in the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses is gender, racial/ethnic, and socioeconomic disparities in substance use, consequences, and its treatment. She is particularly interested in how social and contextual influences may inform these health disparities. Her work utilizes a range of study populations and designs, ranging from a longitudinal cohort study of a disadvantaged African American community to large nationally-representative cross-sectional studies. Dr. Evans-Polceā€™s research employs novel statistical methods to understand the complexity and dynamic nature of social and behavioral influences on substance use including time-varying effect models, latent class analysis, and causal inference.

Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University

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