A Longitudinal Study of Adversity, Stress Processes, and Latinx Health from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

A Longitudinal Study of Adversity, Stress Processes, and Latinx Health from Adolescence to Young Adulthood. A Longitudinal Study of Adversity, Stress Processes, and Latinx Health from Adolescence to Young Adulthood. The contractual arrangement between the Milken Institute School of Public Health (SPH) at The (GWU) and Arizona State University will be structured so that Dr. Kathleen M. Roche, the Principal Investigator at GWUs SPH will communicate by phone, electronically, and at professional conferences with Dr. Rebecca M. B. White, the subcontractor Principal Investigator at Arizona State University. Dr. White will oversee analytic work being conducted at Arizona State University, particularly that entailing neighborhood-level analyses. Dr. White also will provide guidance on the analysis and interpretation of Latinx cultural inclusion in neighborhood contexts, family stress processes, ethnic identity development, parents ethnic socialization, adolescent prosocial behaviors, and youth mental health. ASU will hire a graduate research assistant in Years 1 - 5 to serve as an analyst and contribute to preliminary analyses, analyses of specific aims, manuscript preparation, and dissemination. GWUs SPH will issue a sub-agreement to the Arizona State University in which all terms and conditions outlined are subject to applicable federal law and regulations. Work will be performed by the subcontractor as defined below as the statement of work. Payments to subcontractor will be made on a cost reimbursement basis in accordance to the approved subcontract budget.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date9/23/215/31/26

Funding

  • HHS: National Institutes of Health (NIH): $562,228.00

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