Center on Race and Social Problems

Jaime M. Booth, Ph.D.

University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work

Assistant Professor Jaime Booth earned her Ph.D. in Social work from Arizona State University. Dr. Booth’s research focuses on the role of context and identity in the stress process, the impact of differential stress experiences on health disparities in minority populations and strives to identify protective factors that can be enhanced to mitigate these outcomes.

Research Interests

  • Neighborhood level processes and interventions that impact health disparities
  • The role of immigration, acculturation and identity on health outcomes
  • Spatial data analysis
  • Community-based participatory research methodologies