PhD, Political Science, University of California -San Diego, 2015
MPA, Cornell University, 2007
BA, University of California-Los Angeles, 2002
Assistant Professor, Department of International Affairs, School of Public and International Affairs
Areas of Expertise
Research: migration, Mexico, immigrants, immigration, maternal and child health, infant mortality, malaria
Teaching: program evaluation, politics of disease control
migration and health, maternal and child health, health politics, control of infectious disease, discrimination
Honors, Awards, and Achievements
Dissertation Support Grant, University of California Institute for Mexico and the United States
Graduate Student Fellowship, National Science Foundation IGERT Program (2011-2013)
American Political Science Association
Politics of Disease Control
Program Evaluation for Public Health
As a teacher, Dr. Gell-Redman seeks to introduce students to fundamental aspects of contemporary politics, including public health, development, and migration. His aim in the classroom is to give students the skills to evaluate policies designed to address these issues. To achieve this, he teaches the principles of research design, and, where possible, provide a hands-on introduction to data collection in the field.
The main goal of Dr. Gell-Redman’s research is to understand the mechanisms that link political institutions and politically motivated actors to social welfare outcomes, such as infectious disease rates and infant mortality. His agenda is strongly interdisciplinary, bridging the political economy of development and public health. He employ diverse methods, including survey experiments, field surveys, and archival research.