Emily Pingel

Degrees
BA in Anthropology / French, Tufts University, 2003
MPH in Health Behavior Education, University of Michigan, 2009
General and Current Research Areas
  • Queer and Trans Youth, Race/Ethnicity, Intersectionality, Social Determinants of Health, HIV, Resilience, Brazil

My research explores how structures and institutions shape the health and well-being of queer and trans youth, both within the United States and in Latin America. Having spent six years conducting community-based research in the Detroit Metro Area, I have been witness to the ways in which poverty,racism, homophobia and HIV stigma constrain individual opportunities and collective action in the lives of LGBT-identified youth, while simultaneously opening space for resilience and resistance. 

Curriculum Vitae and Online Website
Emily Pingel's CV
www.researchgate.net/profile/Emily_Pingel
Selected Publications