Seth J Prins

is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Sociomedical Sciences at Columbia University. His two programs of research concern the collateral consequences of mass incarceration for mental illness and substance use, and how the division and structure of labor influence mood disorders.

The Guardian - Depression and anxiety in women linked to male-female pay gap

The wage gap in the US could be making women ill, says a study showing women with lower incomes than their male counterparts are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety. Women who make less money than men were four times more likely to develop an anxiety disorder, , researchers at New York’s Columbia University found after comparing women and men with matching education and work experience.