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Bryan G. Victor

Child Welfare Lab Research Associate

Bryan Victor, MSW '12, is a licensed macro social worker and has practiced for many years in the areas of domestic violence, HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ health. Prior to doctoral studies, Victor served as a survivor advocate with the LGBTQ Domestic Violence Project in Boston, MA, a batterer intervention group facilitator with Alternatives to Domestic Aggression in Ann Arbor, and as the HIV policy coordinator for Equality Michigan, a statewide LGBTQ civil rights and anti-violence organization. He currently holds a post-doctoral research fellowship with the Child & Adolescent Data Lab at the University of Michigan School of Social Work.

Victor’s research examines how the child welfare and juvenile justice systems respond to domestic violence and substance misuse. He specializes in the management and analysis of large administrative data sets, the use of data science methodologies, and the development of interactive data visualizations to facilitate interpretation of research findings by non-technical audiences.

Education

Year Degree   School
2017 PhD Wayne State University
2012 MSW IP/MH University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2007 BA Social Relations & Social Policy Michigan State University, Lansing

Introduction to Social Welfare Policy and Services SW530

Instructor: Bryan G. Victor
Time: Tue 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: 3752 SSWB
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