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Arnold School of Public Health

Our Faculty & Staff

Katrina Walsemann, PhD, MPH

Title: Associate Professor and Undergraduate Director
Director, Carolina Consortium on Health, Inequalities, and Populations (CHIP)
Department: Health Promotion, Education, and Behavior
Arnold School of Public Health
Phone: 803-777-1904
Office: Discovery 554
915 Greene Street
Resources: Google Scholar
Curriculum Vitae
CHIP website

Research and Teaching Interests

Dr. Walsemann's research revolves around understanding how early life experiences can influence health and health inequities (e.g., gender, racial, and class) across the life course. She is particularly interested in the ways that institutionalized discrimination can influence physical and mental health during adolescence and as individuals transition into adulthood. Other projects focus on how marginalization (e.g., legal status, sexual minority status) impacts health and how debt, in the form of student loans, may modify the generally positive association between education and health.

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