Graduate Student Fellow
Max’s research broadly addresses the way socio-environmental processes in urban environments shape human health over the life course, with a particular interest in vulnerability differentiation at individual and group levels. During graduate school, Max has worked with the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center, the University of California Carbon Neutrality Initiative, and the Environmental Defense Fund. He currently holds a research apprenticeship on estimating population health and displacement impacts from recent wildfires with the Demographic Research Unit in the California Department of Finance.
Grants, Awards and Distinctions:
European Doctoral School of Demography Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research. 2016-2017.