Lindsay Toman

Lindsay Toman

Doctoral Candidate
King-Chavez-Parks Fellow

lindsay.toman@wayne.edu

Curriculum vitae

Lindsay Toman

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • LGBTQ+ Studies, Medical Sociology, Gender Inequalities, Qualitative Methods

Education

  • M.A Sociology, East Tennessee State University 2014
  • B.A Sociology, Albion College 2010

Awards and grants

  • 2019 King/Chavez/Parks Future Faculty Fellowship

    2018 Thomas C. Rumble Fellowship

    2018 Eugene V. Perrin Memorial Scholarship in Health and Science and Peace

    2017 Allen Goodman/Janet Hankin Scholarship in Health Economics and Health Sociology 

    2017 Albert Schweitzer Fellowship

Selected publications

Toman, Lindsay. 2019. “Navigating Medical Culture and LGBTQ Identity.” The Clinical Teacher 16: 335-338.
 

Currently teaching

  • Seminar in Gender

Courses taught

Research Methods

Social Problems

Introduction to Sociology

Juvenile Delinquency