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Manuela Angelucci
Jennifer S. Barber
Prem B. Bhandari
Jay Borchert
Dustin Brown
Elizabeth Eve Bruch
Jamie Budnick
Siwei Cheng
Patrick Coate
Ellen Compernolle
Linnea Evans
Arline T. Geronimus
Dirgha Ghimire
David J. Harding
Amelia Karraker
Pawel Krolikowski
Yasamin Kusunoki
Mary McEniry
Colter Mitchell
Jeffrey Morenoff
Nelson Saldaña
Robert F. Schoeni
Sarah Seelye
Isaac Sorkin
Jeffrey Swindle

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Educational Spillovers and Adult Health in the United States (Brown), PSC Initiatives Fund, 2014.

Proximity and Two-Way Intergenerational Resource Flows in the US (Coate), PSC Initiatives Fund, 2014.

Delivering Conditional Cash Transfers via Savings Accounts: Default and Mental Accounting Mechanisms (Angelucci), Mueller, 2014.

Pilot Feasibility Study for R01 submission to test Jedi Public Health approach (Geronimus), PSC Initiatives Fund, 2014.

The Potential for Teen Pregnancy Interventions via the Pharmacy (Barber), PSC Initiatives Fund, 2014.

Dynamic Patterns of Contraceptive Use among Young Women (Kusunoki), Weinberg Endowment Fund, 2014.

Cross National Data on Early Life Conditions and Older Adult Health in Low, Middle and High Income Countries: A Pilot to Extend the Scope and Usability of the RELATE Data (McEniry), Freedman, 2014.

The Developmental Hierarchy Cultural Schema. Support for Conference Travel to Japan (Swindle), Weinberg Travel, 2014.

Measuring and Modeling the Experience of Displaced Workers (Krolikowski), PSC Initiatives Fund, 2014.

Population Neuroscience: A Pilot Project to Examine Poverty and Brain Imaging in Adolescence (Mitchell, Monk), PSC Pilot, 2014.

The Co-Evolution of Individual Behavior & Social Environments (Bruch, Feinberg), PSC Pilot, 2014.

Essays on Equilibrium in Labor Markets (Sorkin), Weinberg Research Fellowship, 2013.

Unequal Trajectories: Three Papers on Inequality over the Life Course (Cheng), Weinberg Research Fellowship, 2013.

Racial disparities in the timing of hypertension onset: time-use as a proxy for early-life disadvantage and predictor of stress and early-onset hypertension. (Evans), Weinberg Research Fellowship, 2013.

Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Dynamics in a Depopulated Detroit Neighborhood (Seelye), PSC Alumni Graduate Support Fund, 2013.

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