Contact Information

Assistant Professor
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Division of Epidemiology, Human Genetics, and Environmental Sciences
5323 Harry Hines Blvd
V8.112N
Dallas, TX 75390
United States of America

Office (908) 601-2744
Fax (908) 601-2744

Jennifer.reingle@utsouthwestern.edu

Membership Information

Membership Category:
Research Scientists

Member Since: 2011

 

Jennifer Reingle, PhD, MS

Hilda Pantín, Ph.D.

Education

Ph.D. in Epidemiology, University of Florida
M.S. in Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati
B.A. in Sociology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
B.A. in Criminal Justice, University of North Carolina Wilmington

About Me

Jennifer Reingle (Ph.D., Epidemiology - University of Florida, 2011) is currently an assistant professor at the University of Texas School of Public Health, Division of Epidemiology, Human Genetics, and Environmental Sciences. She studies the etiology of violence and aggression, intimate partner violence, and explaining health disparities in violence and victimization.

Research Interests

She has been actively involved in the development of epidemiological criminology, which is being created to examine crime through a public health lens. She has also been actively involved in a research project to evaluate differential alcohol use and associated behavioral and health outcomes among Mexican Americans living at the US-Mexico border.

Research Interests

She has been actively involved in the development of epidemiological criminology, which is being created to examine crime through a public health lens. She has also been actively involved in a research project to evaluate differential alcohol use and associated behavioral and health outcomes among Mexican Americans living at the US-Mexico border.

Research interests include:

·      understanding antecedents of violence and delinquency;

·      data-informed public health and criminal justice practice;

·      explaining health disparities in substance use, crime, and violence;

·      instrumentation and screening tool development; and

·      using “big data” sources to track and predict violent events.

 

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