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jimi adams University of South Carolina, USA

jimi adams is a Professor of Sociology at the University of South Carolina. He studies how networks constrain or promote the diffusion of information and/or diseases through populations. Much of this work has focused on HIV/AIDS and Covid-19 among populations in the US and Sub-Saharan Africa. Recently, his work has focused more on the integrative patterns and processes in problem-focused areas of science that draw from many academic disciplines (e.g., HIV/AIDS, demography, the environment). In addition, his work entails a focus on using social network theory to improve strategies used in the design and implementation of primary data collection projects. He received his PhD in sociology from Ohio State University.