Tania Nasrollahi is a sociology Ph.D. Student, where she broadly studies sexual health, mental health, and inequalities. She is interested in understanding how individuals’ engagement with their social networks impacts their healthcare usage. Through her work, Tania seeks to improve the existing disparities in conditions and support given to survivors of sexual violence.
Born to Iranian immigrants and raised in Los Angeles, Tania is a Health Policy Research Fellow with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She previously graduated summa cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles, where her research was funded by the Andrew W. Mellon and Robert Lemelson Foundations.
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