William F. Tate, PhD

Dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences; Vice Provost for Graduate Education; Edward Mallinckrodt Distinguished University Professor in Arts & Sciences
biostatistics, development, disparities, education, epidemiology, GIS, justice, racial & ethnic minorities, social determinants of health, socioeconomic status, underserved & vulnerable, urban health

Dr. Tate is an urbanist and social scientist, interested in the application of epidemiological and geospatial models to explain the social determinants of health, education and developmental outcomes. He is particularly interested in the role of racial and economic segregation on developmental outcomes. He is trained in psychiatric epidemiology and applied statistics.