Anna Rybińska-Campbell, PhD

Anna Rybinska


  • PhD in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • MA in Quantitative Methods, Warsaw School of Economics


Research Data Scientist


[email protected]


  • Quantitative Methods
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Population Health
  • Maternal and Child Health


Anna Rybińska-Campbell is a Research Data Scientist at the Center for Health Care Research and Policy at the Population Health and Equity Research Institute at MetroHealth System. A quantitative sociologist by training, Rybińska-Campbell studies social variation in population trends and population health using administrative, social survey, and health records data. Specifically, she is interested in social determinants of maternal and infant well-being and fertility/reproductive health. She also studies the impact of public health and social policy interventions on family life and maternal and child health. Her prior projects include an examination of social factors related to motherhood delay and childlessness, impact evaluation for a postpartum nurse home-visiting program, and a study of linkages between birth spacing and adverse birth outcomes and child maltreatment risk.