Savannah Larimore

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Savannah Larimore is an interdisciplinary sociologist, demographer, and population health scientist interested in the social determinants of racial and ethnic health disparities among women, birthing people, and their infants. Her current projects investigate the association between migration, receiving context, and maternal or infant health, how union membership at the state- and individual-level influence infant mortality and low birth weight, and variation in exposure to various forms of discrimination by race and skin color in Latin America.