Dr. Geller is a Clinical Associate Professor of Sociolgy and the Director of the M.A. program in Applied Quantitative Research at New York University. Dr. Geller's research examines the interactions between criminal justice policy and socioeconomic disadvantage and their joint effects on urban neighborhoods, families, and individuals. She focuses specifically on the role of parental incarceration in families, and the administration of justice related to police-public interactions. Her work has been published in outlets that reach the diverse constituencies with interest in the criminal justice system, including the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Demography, the Journal of Marriage and Family, and the American Journal of Public Health. In the summer of 2013, she presented at a White House Workshop on Parental Incarceration convened by the American Bar Foundation.
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