Dr. Leslie Dubbin is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at UCSF. Her current program of research explores the social and health impacts of public housing renovation and redevelopment in San Francisco; intersections of race, culture, place and space on the reproduction of social and health inequalities; the nature of racism and its impact on the illness experiences of African Americans; the dynamics of how social inequalities are transacted in patient-provider interactions and the experiences of those living with chronic illness. She is a 2016 Robert Wood Johnson Interdisciplinary Research Fellow.
Honors and Awards
Interdisciplinary Research Leader Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2016-2019
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Research Grant, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2016-2019
Pre-term Birth Initiative Innovation Award, Benioff-UCSF RAP, 2016-2018
Phi Beta Kappa, University of Arizona, 2004
BA, 2005 - School of Anthropology, University of Arizona
In Understanding health inequalities and justice: Bridging perspectives for new conversations. M. Rivkin-Fish, M. Buchbinder, & R. Walker (Eds.)
Illness Narratives of African Americans Living With Coronary Heart Disease: A Critical Interactionist Analysis.
In Medical management of vulnerable & underserved patients: Principles, practice, and populations. T. E. King, M. Wheeler, A. Fernandez, D. Schillinger, A. Bindman, K. Grumbach, & T. Villa (Eds.)
Negotiating substance use stigma: the role of cultural health capital in provider-patient interactions.