Gilberto Lopez is a doctoral candidate in social and behavioral sciences at Harvard University. He holds master’s degrees in public health from Johns Hopkins University and in medical anthropology from Southern Methodist University. His interests include applying mixed-methods techniques to understanding the social determinants of health among (im)migrant populations. For his doctoral dissertation, he will analyze the relationship between social stressors and various health outcomes (i.e., smoking, drinking, and depression) in indigenous Mixteco Mexican immigrants.