Nancy E. Adler
University of California, San Francisco
Professor of Medical Psychology
Director, Center for Health and Community
Vice-Chair, Department of Psychiatry
Chair, MacArthur Network on Socioeconomic Status & Health
• Health psychology
• Socioeconomic status and health
• Interactions between social, psychological, and biological factors




Amani M. Allen
University of California, Berkeley
Associate Professor, Departments of Community Health Sciences and Epidemiology
• Intersection of race, socioeconomic position, and gender in predicting health inequities
• Socio-environmental stress and physiologic dysregulation
• Measurement and study of racial discrimination as a determinant of racial health inequities
• Effects of ‘place’ on health
• Mixed methods research





Lisa Bowleg
George Washington University
Professor, Applied Social Psychology
Director, DC CFAR Social and Behavioral Sciences Core
Department of Psychology
• Health inequities and the social structural context of health
• Black men’s HIV sexual risk and protective behaviors
• Intersectionality
• Protective factors (e.g., resilience, social support)





Linda M. Chatters
University of Michigan
Professor, Health Behavior and Heath Education, School of Public Health
Faculty Associate, Program for Research on Black Americans
Director, Promoting EthnicDiversity in Public Health Training
• African American adult development and aging
• Social context, social status factors, and well-being




Sean A. Clouston
Stony Brook University
Assistant Professor
Core Faculty, Program in Public Health
Department of Family, Population and Preventative Medicine
• Social inequalities in health and aging
• Social and lifecourse epidemiology
• Demography





Hannah L.F. Cooper
Emory University
Associate Professor and Vice Chair
Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education
Co-Director, Prevention Science Core, Emory University Center for AIDS Research
Director, Program on the Social Determinants of Health
• Addiction/Substance abuse, behavior and health, HIV/AIDS prevention
• Health disparities and social determinants of health
• Multilevel, geospatial, and qualitative methods




Elissa S. Epel
University of California, San Francisco
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Director, Aging, Metabolism, and Emotions Lab
Director, Center for Obesity Assessment, Study, & Treatment
Associate Director, Center for Health and Community
• Mechanisms of healthy aging
• Psychological, social, and behavioral stress and resilience pathways
• Cellular aging, metabolic health



Tyrone Forman
University of Illinois, Chicago
Professor of African American Studies and Sociology
Associate Chancellor and Vice Provost for Diversity
• Intergroup prejudice and discrimination
• Comparative race and ethnic relations
•Intergroup relations and attitudes among youth and adults




Mark L. Hatzenbuehler
Columbia University
Associate Professor, Department of Sociomedical Sciences
Co-Director, Center for the Study of Social Inequalities and Health
• LGBT and sexual minority health
• Structural forms of stigma and health
• Social determinants of health and biopsychosocial mechanisms




Lori S. Hoggard
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
• Racial discrimination and identity
• Psychophysiology
• Behavioral interventions




Minyong Kim
University of Texas, Austin
Associate Vice President, Community Health Engagement
Division of Diversity and Community Engagement
La Quinta Centennial Endowed Professor
• Community-based participatory research
• Cardiovascular disparities among underserved ethnic minority populations
• Racial, ethnic and social disparities in healthcare




Richard M. Lee
University of Minnesota
Professor, Department of Psychology
Editor, Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
• Culture, ethnicity, and race
• Transracial and transnational adoption
• Community-based research and evidence-based prevention programs




Karen D. Lincoln
University of Southern California
Associate Professor
Director, Hartford Center of Excellence in Geriatric Social Work
Co-director, Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute
Senior Scientist, Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging
• Etiology of mental health and health disparities
• Psychosocial factors and risk for psychiatric disorders




S. Leonard Syme
University of California, Berkeley
Professor Emeritus, Departments of Epidemiology and Community Health
• Social epidemiology
• Inequities in health
• Community interventions, child health






David T. Takeuchi
Boston College
Professor and Dorothy Book Scholar
Associate Dean for Research
Co-Director, Research and Innovations in Social, Economic, and Environmental Equity
• Racial and social inequities in health
• Social stratification, social environments and place, culture and cultural processes


Robert Joseph Taylor
University of Michigan
Harold Johnson Endowed Professor
Shelia Feld Collegiate Professor
Faculty Associate, Program for Research on Black Americans, Institute for Social Research
• Informal social support networks of adult and elderly Black Americans
• Religion and religious involvement
• Mental health and mental illness




Fatima Varner
University of Texas at Austin
Assistant Professor, Human Development and Family Sciences
Faculty Research Associate, Population Research Center
• Race-related stressors and family processes
• Parenting



Yijie Wang
Michigan State University
Assistant Professor
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
• Racial and ethnic minority adolescent development
• Socio-cultural processes in developmental settings
• Longitudinal and experience sampling methods




Cheryl L. Woods-Giscombe
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Melissa and Harry LeVine Family Professor of Quality of Life, Health Promotion and Wellness; Distinguished Term
Associate Professor
PMHNP Lead Faculty, MSN Division
• Psychiatric/mental health
• Stress-related health disparities among African Americans
• Sociocultural context factors and psychoneuroendocrine biomarkers



Tiffany Yip
Fordham University
Department of Psychology
• Ethnic identity, psychological and academic outcomes
• Ethnic/racial discrimination, physiological, psychological and academic outcomes
• Sleep, psychophysiology, psychological and academic outcomes
• School and neighborhood, daily-and situation-level contexts on ethnic identity and discrimination

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