Our lab focuses on exploring the ways in which the social and physical environments that surround us relate to important physiological outcomes with relevance to chronic illnesses and long-term health trajectories.

Specifically, we are interested in understanding 1) contributing factors to existing socioeconomic health disparities; 2) the physiological consequences of experiences of child maltreatment; 3) ways in which social interventions can be used to actively improve physiological outcomes among individuals. Our lab focuses on, but is not limited to, examining these relations among adolescents.

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