DSI Inequity Speaker Series: Data-Driven Approaches to Studying Neighborhoods and Health Inequalities
The Data Sciences Institute’s Inequity Speaker Series features researchers using data to understand social inequities.
On January 27, join Dustin Duncan, the co-director of the Social and Spatial Epidemiology Unit at Columbia University, for the talk Data-Driven Approaches to Studying Neighborhoods and Health Inequalities. This talk will provide an overview on the range of established and emerging quantitative methods used in neighborhoods and health research, including emerging methodological approaches deriving measures of neighborhood environments from postings on social media platforms and crowd-sourced web-based data.
This is an in-person and virtual event.