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SURVEY ON INTERSECTIONAL HEALTH DISPARITIES

8

NUMBER OF NATIONAL, POPULATION-BASED SURVEYS COLLECTING DATA ON
(OR FOR) LESBIAN, GAY, AND BISEXUAL POPULATIONS IN 2016 (Healthy People 2030)

2

NUMBER OF NATIONAL, POPULATION-BASED SURVEYS COLLECTING DATA ON
(OR FOR) TRANSGENDER POPULATIONS IN 2016 (Healthy People 2030)

ABOUT THE SIHD STUDY

WHAT IS THE SIHD STUDY?

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WHO IS CONDUCTING THE STUDY?

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WHAT IS THE STUDY'S GOAL?

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HOW IS MY INFORMATION KEPT SAFE?

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WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO JOIN THE STUDY?

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HOW IS MY INFORMATION SHARED?

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FAQ

The first wave of the SIHD Study has launched. 
 
Please check back in 2022 for findings and/or to participate in a second wave.

 

ABOUT US

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The SIHD Study is co-directed by Dr. Gabe H. Miller and Dr. Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde. 

 

Dr. Miller is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Core Faculty in the African American Studies Program at Mississippi State University. His research focuses on racial and LGBT+ health disparities, political and policy determinants of health, critical race theory and racism, and investigates the mechanisms and implications of inequality and stratification and how marginalized communities cope with inequality and attempt to make change.

 

Dr. Marquez-Velarde is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Utah State University with a focus on intersectional population health. Her current research focuses on health inequalities among Black Latinxs, immigrants, and the LGBTQ+ community. Her work can be found in peer reviewed outlets including SSM-Population Health, the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, Local Environment, and Environmental Justice.

 

The SIHD Study is also supported by several undergraduate and graduate research assistants.
 

 

RESEARCH

FINDINGS

The SIHD Study has launched!   Check back for updates on our findings.

 

 
 
 

CONTACT US

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