Faculty & Staff
Ph.D., Columbia University School of Social Work M.P.H., Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Felix Muchomba is an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work. Dr. Muchomba’s research examines how policies and institutions influence the well-being of girls and women. His current approach is to study how (1) macro-level changes, including social and economic development and (2) gender discrimination within families, impact the health and well-being of girls and women. Under this research agenda, Dr. Muchomba has examined sexual and reproductive health and other issues that are pertinent to low-income families, with a focus on Eastern Africa, South Asia, and immigrants in the U.S. He is currently studying policy levers that may reduce disparities in maternal health.
Quantitative Research Methods
Social Welfare Policy & Services II
Methods of Social Work Research I
Selected Recent Publications:
Muchomba, F. M., Teitler, J., Kruse, L., & Reichman, N. E. (2021) Municipality-Level variation in severe maternal morbidity and association with municipal expenditures in New Jersey. JAMA Network Open 4(11), e2135161.
Muchomba, F. M. & Kaushal, N. (2021). Medicaid expansions and participation in Supplemental Security Income by noncitizens. American Journal of Public Health 111, 1106-1112.
Muchomba, F. M. (2021) Parents’ assets and child marriage: Are mother’s assets more protective than father’s assets? World Development, 138, 105226.
Muchomba, F. M. & Kaushal, N. (Accepted). Gender differences in immigrant assimilation activities: Evidence from time use data. Feminist Economics.