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Current Pilot Project Investigators (2018-2019)

Maya Rossin-Slater, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Health Research and Policy

 

Dr. Rossin-Slater's current CDEHA pilot project, "The Long-Term Mental and Physical Health Consequences of Divorce in High-Conflict Families on Aging Parents", seeks to isolate the long-term mental and physical health impacts of divorce on parents as they age, focusing on those who exhibit high levels of conflict. See more>>>

Amal Harrati, PhD

Post-doctoral fellow

 

 

Dr. Harrati's current CDEHA pilot project, "How Does Genetic Risk of Alzheimer's Disease  Affect Adolescent and Early Adulthood Cognition",  investigates the effects of APOE, a salient genetic risk factor for AD, on cognition across the lifecourse, in particular in adolescence and early adulthood. See more>>>

Eric Sun, MD, PhD

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY, PAIN AND PERIOPERATIVE MEDICINE

Dr. Sun's current CDEHA pilot project, "Are the Mentally Ill Rational? An Analysis of Responses to Insurance Design", explores how mentally ill people respond to economic incentives present in insurance design and how any differences affect health outcomes such as emergency room visits and hospitalizations. See more>>>