My research brings perspectives from the social studies of science and critical analysis of quantitative methods to bear on the scientific and policy/practice dimensions of:
1. Combining multi-level and life-course social epidemiology.
2. Contributing to discussions of potential constraints on social epidemiology.
3. Responding to constraints through an “agent-oriented” focus.
4. Facilitating two-way interaction between multi-level, life-course social epidemiology and people engaged in reorganizing their lives and communities in response to social changes.