IHPS Grand Rounds
Thalia González is a Professor of Law at UC Law SF and holds a Harry & Lillian Hastings Research Chair. She is faculty co-director of the Center for Racial and Economic Justice, Senior Scholar in the UCSF – UC Law Consortium on Law, Science and Health Policy, and principal investigator within the Bench to School Initiative of the Institute on Law, Neuroscience and Education. As an interdisciplinary scholar she engages in applied research within collaborative community partnerships that aim disrupt structural drivers of racial and gender disparities in public systems. One of her current projects centers on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), specifically expansion of the ACEs framework to conceptualize and assess exclusionary school discipline as an ACE.