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Leah Abrams

Sloan Fellow on Aging and Work
HCPDS

Leah Abrams recently completed her PhD in health services organization & policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Her dissertation examined the depressive symptoms in the aging population, motivated by concern about rising suicide, drug-use, and despair in midlife. As a Sloan Fellow, Leah is exploring how policies that push for later … Continue reading “Leah Abrams”

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Christina Cross

Postdoctoral Fellow
HCPDS

Christina Cross holds a PhD in public policy and sociology from the University of Michigan, and will be joining the faculty at Harvard University as an assistant professor of sociology in 2022. Her research examines how family structure, change, and dynamics influence individual well-being across the life course, particularly among minority and/or low-income populations. Her … Continue reading “Christina Cross”

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Anna Grummon

Postdoctoral Fellow
HCPDS

Anna Grummon is a behavioral scientist who studies how nutrition policies affect what we eat and how healthy we are. She holds a PhD and MSPH in health behavior from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her dissertation integrated randomized experiments with mathematical modeling to examine whether health warning labels cause consumers to buy … Continue reading “Anna Grummon”

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Jennifer Manne-Goehler

Jennifer Manne-Goehler, MD, ScD, ScM, resident physician, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and clinical fellow, Harvard Medical School. Her research is focused on health systems and infectious diseases, including current work on HIV and aging with the HAALSI cohort. She received her MD from Boston University School of Medicine and her doctorate from the Department … Continue reading “Jennifer Manne-Goehler”

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Adedotun Ogunbajo

Postdoctoral Fellow
HCPDS

Adedotun Ogunbajo holds a PhD in behavioral and social health sciences from Brown University and a MPH in social and behavioral sciences from Yale University. His dissertation explored how psychosocial health outcomes and substance use influences sexual risk taking among gay and bisexual men in Nigeria. As a Yerby Fellow, he is continuing to broadly … Continue reading “Adedotun Ogunbajo”

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Sung Park

Postdoctoral Fellow
HCPDS

Sung S. Park is a sociologist whose research is aimed at understanding how both family and group-level determinants and processes contribute to population-level social inequality, particularly as it relates to racial/ethnic disparities in aging. She has published work on intergenerational support and family availability across the life course, with an emphasis on differences between minority … Continue reading “Sung Park”

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Justin Rodgers

Postdoctoral Fellow
HCPDS

Justin Rodgers is a social epidemiologist whose research explores the interconnected relationships between social and environmental determinants, psychosocial stress, and chronic health conditions. He recently completed his Doctor of Science in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where his dissertation examined the relative contributions of biopsychosocial pathways in … Continue reading “Justin Rodgers”