Former Clemson graduate student Shubhahsrita Basu was invited to present her research at the Frontiers in Economic Analysis with Genetic Data Conference in Chicago on March 10-11. Basu is one of the four post-doc students invited to present their work. After finishing her Ph.D. at Clemson, she accepted a post-doc position at the University of Wisconsin — Madison. Basu continues her health and labor economics research, focusing on how individuals respond to experiences and exposures through family linkages and other environments that impact their life-course outcomes.
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