Boram Lee

Research Associate

Boram Lee is a doctoral candidate in Health Behavior at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Public Health where she has been conducting research on socioeconomic disparities in health risk behaviors, adolescent smoking and mental health, evaluation of smoking policy using quantitative data analysis methods such as path analysis, mixed-effect model, and a difference-in-differences approach. Boram would like to continue doing research investigating engagement with multiple health risk behaviors among vulnerable populations using longitudinal data. She is interested in causal inference for observational studies.