Sabina Low, Ph.D.

Affiliated Scientist
Oregon Social Learning Center

Primary Research and Clinical Interests

Dr. Sabina Low is an Associate Professor at the Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics. She received her Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver. Her areas of interest include prevention of violence across lifespan; parent, peer and siblings influences on positive youth development; family and school-level intervention; sociocultural influences on parenting and child development; and translational research. More recently her work has focused on the development of healthy adolescent and young adult romantic relationship, and School-level SEL programming. Dr. Low obtained a grant from NIJ aimed at understanding developmental factors that contribute to healthy and distressed romantic relationships for adolescents, as well as two secondary analysis grants with OSLC colleagues that aim to understand intergenerational transmission of violence using a dyadic dynamic systems framework.