Kristefer Stojanovski, PhD student, Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

Research Interests: Fundamental causes research, racial and ethnic minority disparities, sexual and gender minority disparities, and quantitative and qualitative methods

Focus: Kristefer Stojanovski’s research examines structural causes to health disparities among ethnic, racial, sexual, and gender minorities. During his doctoral program, Kristefer intends to continue this work domestically and internationally.
Kristefer Stojanovski
Kristefer Stojanovski, PhD student, Health Behavior and Health Education, University of Michigan

Kristefer Stojanovski is a second-year doctoral student in health behavior and health education at the University of Michigan. Kristefer has extensive experience in conducting a variety of academic and applied research studies in the areas of public health, mental health, and criminal and social justice, both domestically and globally. Kristefer holds dual master’s degrees in epidemiology and health management and policy from the University of Michigan. He has also worked as a consultant with county and state governments in the United States, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, and other non-governmental organizations in the Balkans. He is an Associate Member of the European Academic Network on Roma Studies, and has presented and published his work in international conferences and peer-reviewed journals. Mr. Stojanovski is a former Fulbright grantee to Macedonia and has been awarded numerous early-career researcher awards.