Sociology: Work and Organizations (Retail Pharmacy), Popular Culture (Social Media), Medical Sociology (Mental Health), Social Psychology, Religion, Culture, and Gender
Nina Pastor received her BS in Sociology with a concentration in Social Inequalities and Public Policy from James Madison University in 2018. She previously worked as an Undergraduate Research Assistant for the Department of Health Sciences in the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA).
Pastor was involved in data collection, entry, and analysis for UAA-led local public health projects including: the diabetes rates and risk factors for Anchorage Alaskans, a local health center service quality assessment, and a community health needs survey for the Copper River Region.
As a current MA student at George Mason University, her current research interest delves into the quality of work-life of retail pharmacy workers and how it's associated to the increasing rationalization of the practice, including the rise of automation in retail pharmacies.
James Madison University (BS in Sociology)
George Mason University (MA in Sociology)