Nigel Harriman is a research assistant at the Center for Population and Development Studies supporting the HAALSA project. His research aims to identify the social determinants of health, with a specific focus on how health disparities are explained by differential clustering of social stressors. Nigel earned his BS from Cornell University and is currently pursuing his MPH in the health and social behavior field of study at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Nigel is passionate about leveraging biostatistics and epidemiological methods to identify inequities and drive social change.