Researchers have documented the extensive mental and physical health consequences of generalized violence exposure but few studies have analyzed the impacts of gun violence on community well-being using nationally comprehensive data. This presentation will discuss the results of an ongoing study on the reciprocal and longitudinal relationship between community gun violence exposure, concentrated disadvantage, and multiple aspects of collective health in nearly 16,000 neighborhoods across 100 U.S. cities.
12-1 PM Central Time
Daniel Semenza, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, & Criminal Justice and Department of Urban-Global Health, Rutgers University
Director of Interpersonal Violence Research, New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center
Dr. Daniel Semenza is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice at Rutgers University – Camden as well as the Director of Interpersonal Violence Research with the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center. He is jointly appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Urban-Global Health in the School of Public Health at Rutgers University. He earned his PhD in sociology at Emory University in 2018 and studies the causes and consequences of community gun violence and related health disparities.
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