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Areas of Practice
Quantitative methods, health disparities, social determinants, migration of marginalized population on substance use, nutritional insult across the lifespan
Dr. Kang earned his doctorate from the Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health (Global Health track) and works as a postdoctoral research fellow at the UC San Diego School of Medicine. His research interest centers in the impact of individual differences and social contextual factors that influence health and well-being across the lifespan. His long-term goal is to further understanding what works to enhance equal opportunity and improve social equity among poor and marginalized communities. At the SDSU School of Social Work, Dr. Kang teaches the graduate-level quantitative method course.