Eric Rice – How to Collect Longitudinal Social Network Data in Unbounded Networks of Homeless Youth

CHIPTS Methods Seminar – UCLA-Semel Institute Center for Community Health

How to Collect Longitudinal Social Network Data in Unbounded Networks of Homeless Youth

Eric Rice, Ph.D.

Dr. Rice is an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Southern California.  He has been conducting research in the area of homeless youth since 2003.  He has more than 60 publications, including publications in top journals such as American Journal of Public Health, Journal of Adolescent Health, and Pediatrics. His areas of research include social network theory, social network analysis, and the application of social network methods to behavioral health and prevention research. Dr. Rice is committed to working with communities to help end adolescent homelessness.