Noura Elise Insolera
Noura Insolera is an Assistant Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. She leads the Education and Outreach team for the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Dr. Insolera’s research focuses on health, educational, and socioeconomic outcomes of income inequality and the social and economic factors that can ameliorate its effects. Her interdisciplinary approach to this subject connects sociology and economics with public health and survey research in order to obtain a comprehensive life course perspective.
- Noura Elise Insolera. 2023. Chronic Food Insecurity in US Families With Children. JAMA Pediatrics 177(4):434-435.
- Julia A Wolfson, Insolera, Noura Elise, Alicia J Cohen, Cindy W Leung. 2021. The effect of food insecurity during college on graduation and type of degree attained: evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal survey. Public Health Nutrition
- Noura Elise Insolera, Alicia Cohen, Julia A. Wolfson. 2022. SNAP and WIC Participation During Childhood and Food Security in Adulthood, 1984-2019. American Journal of Public Health 112(10):1498-1506.
- Leung, Cindy W., Noura Elise Insolera, Cohen, Alicia J., Wolfson, Julia A.. 2021. The Long-Term Effect of Food Insecurity During College on Future Food Insecurity. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 61(6):923-926.
- Fabian T. Pfeffer, Fomby, Paula, Insolera, Noura Elise. 2020. The Longitudinal Revolution: Sociological Research at the 50-Year Milestone of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics. Annual Review of Sociology 46:83-108.
- Wolfson, Julia A., Lahne, Jacob, Raj, Minakshi, Insolera, Noura Elise, Lavelle, Fiona, Dean, Moira. 2020. Food Agency in the United States: Associations with Cooking Behavior and Dietary Intake. Nutrients 12(3):877.
- Julia A. Wolfson, Insolera, Noura Elise, Alicia J. Cohen. 2020. Childhood Food Involvement: Protection Against Food Insecurity in Young Adulthood. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 58(1):31-40.
- Richard D. Alba, Scarlett Lindeman, Insolera, Noura Elise. 2016. Is Race Really So Fluid? Revisiting Saperstein and Penner's Empirical Claims. American Journal of Sociology 122(1):247-262.