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Clouston_2012.jpg Sean Clouston Postdoctoral Fellow

Ph.D., 2010, McGill University

Postdoctoral reasearch funded by CIHR Integrative analysis of functional and cognitive change across the IALSA (Canada) and HALCyon (UK) longitudinal research networks, PI: S. M. Hofer.

Emphases: Joint analysis of determinants (e.g., health status, education, SES, childhood cognition and personality and activity) of cognitive and physical capabilities at different periods of the lifespan and across IALSA and HALCyon longitudinal cohort studies.


Saldena, Nallely, Sean Clouston, Marcie Rubin, Cynthia Colen, and Bruce Link. In Press. “Fundamental Causes of Age Adjusted Colorectal Cancer Mortality: Understanding the Importance of Socioeconomic Status and Race in Creating Inequality in Mortality.” American Journal of Public Health.

Clouston, Sean, Amélie Quesnel-Vallée. Accepted. "The role of defamilialization in the relationship between partnership and self-rated health: A cross-national comparison of Canada and the United States." Social Science and Medicine.

Wang, Andrew, Sean Clouston, Marcie Rubin, Cynthia Colen, and Bruce Link. Accepted. “Fundamental Causes of Colorectal Cancer Mortality: The Implications of Informational Diffusion.” The Milbank Quarterly.

Clouston, Sean, Marcie Rubin, Jo Phelan, & Bruce Link. Revised and Resubmitted. "An Unnatural History: The Rise and Fall of Social Inequalities in Cause-Specific Mortality." American Journal of Sociology.

Clouston, Sean. "Social and Economic Patterning in the Interphone Study." International Journal of Epidemiology. DOI: 10.1093/ije/dyq245.

Clouston, Sean, Sara Amin, Ashton Verdery, and G. Robin Gauthier. "The Structure of Undergraduate Association Networks: A Quantitative Ethnography." Connections. 29(2): 18-31.

Clouston, Sean, Margaret Penning. Abstract. "Poverty and Disability Transitions in Middle and Later Life: Impact on Social Isolation." Journal of Nutrition, Health, and Aging. 13(S1): 717.

Clouston, Sean. "Who Killed the Queen? The Story of a Community Hospital and How to Fix Public Health Care." (Book Review). The McGill Sociological Review. 1(Innaugural Edition): 65-67.

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