Anna Rybińska is a postdoctoral research scientist for Family Connects International and the Prospective Study of Infant Development. She joined the Center for Child and Family Policy in August 2019. Her research interests focus broadly on the variation in family formation patterns across time, space, and social groups and the implications of family formation patterns on the well-being of mothers and their children.
At the Center, she is investigating the relationship between birth-spacing and adverse maternal and child outcomes in North Carolina, including pregnancy and birth outcomes and child maltreatment/neglect.
- Ph.D., Sociology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- M.A., Statistical Analysis, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland