Aging, COVID-19, Family, Implementation Science, Medical Practice, Mental Health, Migration, Social Capital, Sub-Saharan Africa, Canada, United States, Europe, and India
Dr. Myroniuk is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Health Profession's Department of Public Health, at the University of Missouri. Dr. Myroniuk’s public health research agenda is rooted in his formal training in sociology and demography but is also influenced by theoretical perspectives and empirical considerations from anthropology, economics, and medicine. His most recent public health work includes examinations of immunological outcomes, behavioral responses, and attitudes pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic; marriage and mental health outcomes of older adults; understanding HIV stigma through community-based participatory research; quality improvement and precision health data considerations in medicine; work-family balance and self-rated health; and the links between social capital and mental and physical health. Dr. Myroniuk’s published work is set in Malawi, South Africa, India, and the U.S. and Europe.
Dr. Myroniuk’s research has been published in venues such as the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Population Research and Policy Review, The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, Demographic Research, Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, Archives of Sexual Behavior, Sociology of Health and Illness, International Migration Review, Sociology of Development, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, African Studies, Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research, and the Journal of Comparative Family Studies.