Sam Trejo

Position title: Assistant Professor, Public Affairs and Sociology


Social Sciences 4440
Working remotely Fall 2020
Office hours by request
(online, Fall '20)

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Research Interest Statement:

Sam Trejo’s research explores how social, environmental, and genetic factors combine to shape human development and the implications for public policy. He specializes quasi-experimental, biosocial methods, and computational methods, and is particularly interested in the reciprocal relationship between education and health across the life-course.

Departmental Areas of Interest:

Demography and Ecology, Education, Medical Sociology, Methods and Statistics

Other Campus Affiliations:

Center For Demography of Health and Aging 

Initiative in Social Genomics