We are pleased to introduce the new postdoctoral fellows who have recently joined us. We are welcoming a new Bell Fellow, Anna Grummon, PhD, a behavioral scientist with a special focus on nutrition policies, as well as new Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work Sung S. Park, a sociologist who plans to explore the potential benefits and penalties of familial and job-specific circumstances on women’s labor force activities by race/ethnicity, and their implications for the American workforce. Christina Cross joins us from the University of Michigan, where she earned a PhD in public policy and sociology. As a postdoctoral fellow, she plans to further her research on how family structure, change, and dynamics influence individual well-being across the life course, particularly among minority and/or low-income populations. At the conclusion of her fellowship, Dr. Cross will be joining the faculty of Harvard University as an assistant professor of sociology. Justin Rodgers is a social epidemiologist whose research explores the interconnected relationships between social and environmental determinants, psychosocial stress, and chronic health conditions. He will be working closely with our faculty member S (Subu) V Subramanian, PhD.