Adviser: Hannah Schreier
Emily is broadly interested in how chronic psychosocial stress (e.g., childhood adversity, poverty) “gets under the skin” to negatively impact health and the stress-buffering effects of individual characteristics and psychosocial resources.
- Biobehavioral Health Graduate Student
- MPhilEd, Professional Counseling, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
- MSEd, Counseling & Mental Health Services, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
- BA, Psychology, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Psychological and physiological implications of psychological stress across development; individual and sociocultural risk factors and protective resources; health disparities; health and well-being of first-generation college students.
- Childhood adversity
- Interpersonal relationships, perceived social support, sense of belonging
- Inflammation and chronic disease risk
- First-generation college students
- Socioeconomic health disparities