Postdoctoral Fellow Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Fellow, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Chicago
Dr. Lee's research examines how and why context matters for health over the life course. She is interested in assessing cumulative health risk beginning in early childhood context and continuing with acquisitions of resources in adulthood. Using social sequence analysis, her current work investigates the pathways linking childhood family and school context to later-life health and how later-life health reflects variability in life opportunities in adulthood.
Peng, Robert, Haena Lee, Zheng Ke, and Milda Saunders. Online Access 2018. "Racial disparities in kidney transplant waitlist appearance in Chicago: Is it race or place?" Clinical Transplantation.
Saunders, Milda, Haena Lee, and Marshall Chin. 2017. "Early Winners and Losers in Dialysis Center Pay-for- Performance." BMC Health Services Research, 17: 816.
Caldwell, Julia, Haena Lee, and Kathleen Cagney. 2017. "The Role of Primary Care for the Oral Health of Rural and Urban Older Adults." The Journal of Rural Health, 33: 409-418.
Caldwell, Julia, Haena Lee, and Kathleen Cagney. Online Access 2017. "Disablement in Context: Neighborhood Characteristics and Their Association with Frailty Onset Among Older Adults." Journals of Gerontology B: Psychological and Social Sciences.
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