Harvard Pop Center welcomes new cadre of postdoc fellows

Photos of Anna Grummon, Christina Cross, Sung Park, and Justin Rodgers with the text "We proudly welcome our new postdoctoral fellows"

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.