Simone Rambotti joined the faculty of Loyola University New Orleans in 2018 after receiving his Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Arizona.
He is currently examining the effect of social inequalities on health-related outcomes utilizing a broad variety of methodological approaches, such as longitudinal analysis, multilevel modeling, and a case-oriented approach to regression analysis. He his also analyzing end-of-life crises by looking at their media representations, and by conducting online experiments. His work has been published in Social Science & Medicine, Socius, and Sociological Focus.
Ph.D., University of Arizona
Sociology of Popular Culture
Community & Contagion
Areas of Expertise
Health Disparities, Medical Sociology, Methods, Culture