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Matthew Grace


Matthew Grace
Matthew Grace

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Kirner-Johnson 238
315-859-4739

Matt Grace’s research examines how stratification processes unfold within the contexts of medical education, medical practice, and physician decision-making. Grace received his bachelor’s degree in sociology and psychology from Boston University, and his master’s and doctorate in sociology from Indiana University.

Recent Courses Taught

The Sociology of Health and Illness
Research Methods

Select Publications

  • Grace, Matthew K. 2017. “Subjective Social Status and Premedical Students’ Attitudes Towards Medical School.” Social Science & Medicine 184: 84-98.
  • Lutfey Spencer, Karen and Grace, Matthew. 2016. "The Social Foundations of Healthcare Inequality and Treatment Bias." Annual Review of Sociology 42: 14.1-14.20.
  • Grace, Matthew K. and Jane S. VanHeuvelen. 2015. "Ties Received, Support Perceived: A Test of the Theorized Relationships among Workplace Networks, Social Support, and Mental Health in a Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)." Society and Mental Health 5(2): 106-127.
  • Wlurgler, Ernily, Jane VanHeuvelen, Shawna Rohrman, Annalise Loehr, and Matthew K. Grace. 2014. "The Perceived Benefits of a Preparing Future Faculty Program and its Effect on Job Satisfaction, Confidence, and Competence." Teaching Sociology 42(1) : 50-60 (authors listed in reverse alphabetical order).
  • Welch, Lisa C., Karen E. Lutfey, Eric Gerstenberger and Matthew Grace. 2012. "Gendered Uncertainty and Variation in Physicians' Decisions for Coronary Heart Disease: The Double-edged Sword of 'Atypical Symptoms'." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 53(3): 313-328.

Professional Affiliations

American Sociological Association
Society for the Study of Social Problems

Appointed to the Faculty: 2017

Educational Background

Ph.D., Indiana University
M.A., Indiana University
B.A., Boston University

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