Jon M. Hussey, PhD
Dr. Jon M. Hussey is sociologist and demographer with a primary interest in the association between social stratification and health. He is particularly concerned with the causes of racial, ethnic,and socioeconomic differentials in morbidity and mortality. Understanding how childhood exposures influence adult health disparities is a specific objective of his work.
Honors and Awards
Honorable Mention, Gibbs Prize for Best Research Paper of 2014 (Strutz, Richardson and Hussey, Women's Health Issues, 2014)
Best Article in Child Maltreatment for 2012 (Proctor et al., Child Maltreatment, 2012)
Edward G. McGavran Award for Excellence in Teaching
2011, Gillings School of Global Public Health
Highly Cited Paper (Hussey, Chang and Kotch, Pediatrics, 2006)
2006, Web of Science
MHCH 713 Research Methods in MCH | Syllabus
MHCH 713L Research & Evaluation Methods in MCH Lab | Syllabus
MHCH 890 Health Equity
MHCH 859 Theoretical Foundations of MCH
As a research mentor, academic adviser and primary instructor, Dr. Hussey has participated in the training of 375+ undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students and fellows since 2000.
2015-present Director of Graduate Studies, MCH
2015-present Doctoral Program Director, MCH
2015-present CEPH Doctoral Program Subcommittee
2015-present Academic Leadership Committee
Depression and Antidepressant Use Among Asian and Hispanic Adults: Association with Immigrant Generation and Language Use. P Chen, J Hussey, T Monbureau (2017). Journal of immigrant and minority health.
Postdoc, Demography, University of Pennsylvania, 1998
MPH, Health Services, University of Washington, 1996
PhD, Sociology, University of Washington, 1995
Dip Ag S, Sociology, University of Washington, 1990
Venia Lege, Sociology & Psychology, University of California, 1985