BA, Biology, University of Pennsylvania; MA, Public Policy and Management, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business; MS, Health and Social Behavior, Harvard University School of Public Health; ScD, Health Policy and Management & Health and Social Behavior, Harvard University School of Public Health
Dr. Randall Sell is an Associate Professor at Drexel University’s School of Public Health, in the Department of Community Health and Prevention. His most recent work has focused on critically examining demographic variables. This work originated in Dr. Sell's research on defining and measuring sexual orientations, and sampling sexual minorities for public health research.
- Health Disparities
- Experimental design/research methods
- Gender and health
- LGBT issues
- Program evaluation
- Survey methods