Sophia D. Arabadjis is a PhD student in the Population Health in Geography lab and a master's student in the Department of Statistics and Applied Probability. She is broadly interested in health and medical geography, data use, data science, data management, and statistics. Her advisor is Professor Stuart Sweeney. She holds a BA in Anthropology from the University of Chicago, and a masters in Applied Social Research from Trinity College Dublin. Current projects include a local partnership to understand cardiac event risk after wildfire exposure, and new methods in time-use data collection.
Population health in geography, health and environmental exposures, wearable technology insights, applied statistics.