Christopher Bosley

photo of Chris Bosley.

Pronouns: He, him, his

Education: 
MA: Sociology, 2019, University at Buffalo
BA: History, 2014, Niagara University  
Certificate: Emergency Medical Services/Paramedic, 2003, Erie Community College

Research interests: 
Medical Sociology, Sociology of Work, Healthcare Workforce, Quantitative Methods

Recent courses: 
Medical Sociology
Social Inequalities & Health
Sociology of Deviance

Bio: Chris Bosley is a medical sociologist with broad interests in how work and health. His dissertation combines his interests by focusing on structural and relational contexts of workplace stress and how they shape employee health outcomes. The occupational fields onto which Chris centers his research include high stress jobs such as medical and emergency service occupations. Chris is a quantitative researcher and has also gained experience in data visualization while working as a Graduate Assistant for UB's Office of Institutional Analysis. 

Presentations: 
October 2019. "Occupational Influences on EMS Provider Empathy," presented at the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology Annual Conference, Portland, OR. 

Email: cmbosley@buffalo.edu