Social Networks and Health 2023

Lecturers and RAs:

James Moody, Director of Duke Network Analysis Center and Professor of Sociology, Duke University

Jimi Adams, Professor of Health & Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado Denver

Carter Butts, Chancellor’s professor in the Departments of Sociology, Statistics, Computer Science, and EECS, University of California, Irvine

Peter Cho, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University

Bernard Coles IV, Department of Sociology, Duke University

Robin Dodsworth, Department of English, NC State University

Jessilyn Dunn, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University

Scott Duxbury, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Ashley Harrel, Department of Sociology, Duke University

Sam Jenness, Department of Epidemiology, Emory University

Yamilé Molina, Division of Community Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago

Jon Morgan, Department of Sociology, Duke University

Peter Mucha, Department of Mathematics, Dartmouth College

Kieran Lele, Department of Data Science and Sociology, Duke University

Dana Pasquale, Department of Population Health Sciences, Duke University

Brea Perry, Indiana University

Craig Rawlings, Professor of Sociology at Duke University

David Schaefer, University of California at Irvine

Liann Tucker, Department of Sociology, Duke University

Tom Valente, Department of Preventive Medicine, University of Southern California

Gabriel Varela, Department of Sociology, Duke University

Ashton Verdery, Department of Sociology and Criminology, Penn State

Alex Volfovsky, Professor of Statistical Science, Duke University

Thespina Yamanis, Associate Professor and Chair of the International Development Program, American University

Tom Wolff, Department of Sociology, Duke University


Past Workshops:

2022 Schedule


Training Modules:

User guide for the following training modules: The training modules are split into two categories. “Foundational” training covers essential aspects of network analysis and dispenses the necessary knowledge for understanding the “intermediate” training modules. Each training module can contain up to three types of links: a lecture video, a Q&A video, and a link to a google drive folder. The google drive folder contains all the scripts, data, slides, and additional material provided by the lecturer. Additional links to particular files may also be added.

If you find that a script requires a piece of data that is not present in that folder, try checking in our miscellaneous folder. If you find another problem with the script and/or data, feel free to get in touch with one of the research assistants in the workshop or email with your inquiry.



Substantive talks


Research Design Lab

Funding for the Social Networks and Health workshop is provided by NIH grant R25HD079352.