Dr Adrienne Milner is a lecturer in the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health at Queen Mary University of London. Her research addresses issues of health equity in terms of race and ethnicity and sex and gender in political and sports contexts. Specifically, she studies racial and sexual attitudes, policy preferences, and inequality in the United States to examine issues such as police brutality, Title IX enforcement, and affirmative action. Dr Milner is coauthor with Prof Jomills Henry Braddock II of the monograph, Sex Segregation in Sports: Why Separate Is Not Equal which uses a socio-legal approach to compare racial and sexual policy and argue that sex segregation in sport should be eliminated. Her most current line of research focuses on stigma, trauma, and health outcomes experienced by transgender women in the Dominican Republic.