Victor Medina Del Toro, MA

Research Area Specialist/Project Coordinator, University of Michigan Coordinating Center

Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention, University of Michigan

Mr. Victor Medina Del Toro is a Research Area Specialist for the University of Michigan Coordinating Center and is a member of the Data & Methods Core.

Mr. Medina Del Toro joined the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention in January 2023 as a Research Project Coordinator. His work focuses primarily on supporting the Pathways to Potential (P2P) research project led by Dr. Rebeccah Sokol. He supports the Coordinating Center’s Data and Methods Core as a Research Area Specialist. He also provides general support for the Institute and its various ongoing projects. Mr. Medina holds a BA in History from Haverford College, a PgCert in Antiquities Trafficking and Art Crime from the University of Glasgow, and an MA in Global Criminology from Utrecht University. His Master’s thesis, (Re-)Imagining Gun Violence in Washington, DC, was a qualitative study that sought to understand how District residents conceptualize, discuss, and experience everyday gun violence.