Sabrina D. Sanchez is a PhD candidate in the department of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research interests include social stratification, especially around race and ethnicity, and the associated social and political processes that produce disparate health outcome consequences. She utilizes critical, mixed-methods approaches. 

She currently holds an NIH traineeship and is affiliated with the Centers for Demography and Ecology and Health and Aging at UW-Madison. 


The University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Sociology
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Demography, Race and Ethnicity, 2020-current

The University of Wisconsin-Madison
Department of Sociology
Master of Science (MS), Demography, Race and Ethnicity, 2020-2021

The Ohio State University
College of Public Health
Master of Public Health (MPH), Health Behavior Health Promotion, 2019

Beloit College 
Bachelor of Arts, Public Health, Minor in Spanish, 2017