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Gabriel Schwartz, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Institute for Health Policy Studies
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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Emailgabriel.schwartz2@ucsf.edu
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    Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston, MAPhDPopulation Health Sciences
    Brown University, Providence, RIBAHuman Biology; Sociology
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    Harvard University2018Distinction in Teaching Award
    Havard University2019  - 2020Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Training Program Award
    Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University; Novak Djokovic Foundation2019  - 2020Djokovic Science & Innovation Fellowship

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    Dr. Gabriel L. Schwartz is a social epidemiologist and postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Health Policy Studies. Gabriel works with Dr. Rita Hamad in the Social Policies for Health Equity Research Program (SPHERE), where he is leveraging natural experiments to investigate the impact of school segregation on child and young adult health. Other projects examine how social policy, social stratification, and place contribute to health inequities across the life course, with a particular focus on eviction and policing.

    Before his doctoral program, Dr. Schwartz worked as a policy evaluator at Abt Associates, testing the efficacy of government and non-profit nutrition, education, and housing programs.

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    1. Mapping fatal police violence across U.S. metropolitan areas: Overall rates and racial/ethnic inequities, 2013-2017. PLoS One. 2020; 15(6):e0229686. Schwartz GL, Jahn JL. PMID: 32579553.
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    2. Eviction in early childhood and neighborhood poverty, food security, and obesity in later childhood and adolescence: Evidence from a longitudinal birth cohort. SSM Popul Health. 2020 Aug; 11:100575. Leifheit KM, Schwartz GL, Pollack CE, Black MM, Edin KJ, Althoff KN, Jennings JM. PMID: 32322657.
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    3. Racial Differences in Special Education Identification and Placement: Evidence Across Three States. Harvard Educational Review. 2019; 89(4):525-553. Grindal T, Schifter LA, Schwartz G, Hehir T.View Publication.
    4. A multi-level modeling approach to understanding residential segregation in the United States. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. 2018; 45(6):1090-1105. Arcaya MC, Schwartz G, Subramanian SV.View Publication.
    5. Supermarket Shopping and The Food Retail Environment among SNAP Participants. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. 2017; 13(2):154-179. Schwartz G, Grindal T, Wilde P, Klerman J, Bartlett S.View Publication.
    6. Does food retail access moderate the impact of fruit and vegetable incentives for SNAP participants? Evidence from western Massachusetts. Food Policy. 2016; 61:59-69. Grindal T, Wilde P, Schwartz G, Klerman J, Bartlett S, Berman D.View Publication.
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