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Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
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SV Subramanian

Department of Society, Human Development and Health, 677 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts, USA


S (“Subu”) V Subramanian is a Professor of Population Health and Geography at the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard Chan School of Public Health, and a senior core faculty at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. He is also the founding director for an interdisciplinary PhD program in Population Health Sciences that is currently being developed at Harvard. He received his under- and post-graduate training at the University of Delhi, and completed his PhD in geography from the University of Portsmouth, UK in 2000. Subu has published over 425 articles, book chapters, and books in the field of social and contextual determinants of health, health inequalities in India with a special emphasis on nutritional inequalities among children and adults, and applied multilevel statistical models. He has co-edited 2 books titled Global Perspectives on Social Capital and Health and Social Capital and Health. Subu was the first to develop a course on the concept and application of multilevel statistical methods at Harvard, which he has been successfully teaching at Harvard Chan since 2001, as well as around the world. He has advised over 100 masters, doctoral and postdoctoral students as mentor, academic advisor and dissertation committee meber.

Research Interest

Dr. Subramanian’s research focuses on understanding the role of geographic, spatial and institutional contexts (e.g., neighborhoods, schools, workplaces) in influencing population health; empirical multilevel examination of the pathways between macro socioeconomic environments (e.g., income inequality and social capital) and population health and health inequalities; and the methodological challenges to modeling causal contextual and neighborhood effects.