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Lanford received his PhD from the Department of Sociology at Florida State University. His scholarly interests include health care reform, state politics, and health policy. His research focuses on the relationship between public sentiments and social policy outcomes, specifically the link between attitudes towards race and state Medicaid generosity. Lanford is motivated by the belief that policy has a profound influence on people’s lives, and is committed to making research matter in public debates. A native Georgian, Daniel is excited to work with the Georgia SSN as the chapter looks to grow throughout the state and work with policymakers on both sides of the aisle on issues ranging from public health to education to election administration. Lanford will be based at Georgia State University.
Examines factors besides party power that help predict Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act.
Looks at racial and ethnic differences in health policy preferences, and assesses the impact of racial priming on different racial-ethnic groups.