Katelin Albert is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Sociology at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. She holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto.
Katelin employs a diverse range of qualitative and quantitative methods in her research -- from narrative interviews, ethnographic inquiry, to longitudinal diary and survey data -- to explore health decision-making, the diffusion of health responsibility in Canadian society, and how health and sexual health knowledge moves and operates between people and places. Sexual health, sexual experiences, and mental health on campus are growing concerns, and a key area for her future research. Her research program reflects her desire to assess the relationship between health and sexual health knowledge and information and health and sexual experiences.