Jeanie Santaularia

Population Health Trainee
Epidemiology and Community Health

Jeanie is a PhD student in Epidemiology with a focus on violence prevention research. She joined the MPC in 2019 as a Population Health Predoctoral Trainee.

Jeanie’s research interests center around how social exposures impact health, specifically violence.  


Santaularia NJ., Piescher, K., Waid J., &  LaLiberte T., Experiences of Re-Reporting Risk of Child Maltreatment by Race and Ethnicity. Society of Epidemiologic Research. Minneapolis, MN. June 2019. 

Bonilla Z., Santaularia NJ., Stanczyk E., Roche K., Akingbemi Y., Arboleda M., and Stang J. Sanctuary Cities Promote and Protect The Public Health Needs of LatinX Mothers, Children, and Girls of Color. Women’s Health Conference. Minneapolis, MN. October 2018.

Mason SM., Santaularia NJ., Berge JM., Larson N., & Neumark-Sztainer D. Linkages between childhood maltreatment, childhood home food environment, and adult weight. Society of Epidemiologic Research. Seattle, WA. June 2017.

Santaularia NJ., Williams KCW, & Mason SM. Comparing perceived and objective indicators of economic conditions as predictors of smoking behavior. Society of Epidemiologic Research. Seattle, WA. June 2017.

Santaularia NJ., & Perveen G. Examining the Relationship Between Housing and Food Insecurities with Insufficient Sleep: Does Physical or Mental Distress Play a Role?  Annual Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists. June 2015 Boston, MA.

Santaularia NJ., & Perveen G. Impact of economic instability on health risk behaviors and chronic health conditions among adults in Kansas. CDC’s 2015 Annual Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Conference. Atlanta, GA. April 2015.