Research Assistant Professor, Survey Research Center and Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research
Dr. Treleaven studies the mechanisms through which family and community context shape health and health disparities in early childhood, and how health system characteristics affect children’s health and healthcare utilization. This includes how families make decisions and investments related to young children’s health, with particular interests in economic insecurity, migration, and gender. She also evaluates interventions related to maternal, newborn, and child health. Across her work, Dr. Treleaven is interested in developing and testing innovative survey measures and strategies to improve measurement of health and mortality in early childhood.
- Melanie S. Askari, Emily Treleaven, Ghimire,Dirgha Jibi, Axinn,William G, Sabrina Hermosilla. 2022. COVID-19 worries, concerns and mitigation behaviours: A snapshot of Nepal during the first wave. Tropical Medicine & International Health 27(2):165-173.
- Epstein, Adrienne, Emily Treleaven, Ghimire,Dirgha Jibi, Diamond-Smith, Nadia. 2022. Drought and migration: an analysis of the effects of drought on temporary labor and return migration from a migrant-sending area in Nepal. Population and Environment
- Sabrina Hermosilla, Emily Treleaven, Ghimire,Dirgha Jibi. 2022. Migration and Health in Nepal. Migration and Health :297-306.
- Emily Treleaven, Caroline Whidden, Cole,Faith, Kassoum Kayentao, Mohamed Bana Traoré, Djoumé Diakité, Seydou Sidibé, Tracy Kuo Lin, David Boettiger, Souleymane Cissouma, Vincent Sanogo, Nancy Padian, Ari Johnson, Jenny Liu. 2021. Relationship between symptoms, barriers to care, and healthcare utilization among children under five in rural Mali. Tropical Medicine & International Health
- Narayan Sastry, Axinn,William G, de Jong,Julie Ann Josefosky, Ghimire,Dirgha Jibi, Emily Treleaven. 2021. Assessing the Opportunities and Challenges in the Transition to Computer-Based Survey Data Collection: The Role of Key Software System Features. Report to the World Bank