Julie Ober Allen
Postdoctoral Fellow, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Heath Behavior and Education, University of Michigan
Dr. Allen's research investigates how intersections of social identity (e.g., race, gender, and age group) influence stress and coping processes and disparities in chronic mental and physical health conditions, with a focus on: the health of aging adult Black men in the U.S.; Health disparities/health equity; stress processes, weathering, and distress biomarkers; community-based research and collaboration; men's health; social and structural determinants of health; evaluation.
Goodwill, J.R., Daphne C. Watkins, Nan Johnson, and Julie Ober Allen. Forthcoming. "An Exploratory Study of Stress and Coping Among Black College Men." The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
Goodwill, J., D. Watkins, N. Johnson, and Julie Ober Allen. Forthcoming. "An exploratory study of stress and coping among Black college men." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
Goodwill, J.R., Julie Ober Allen, and D.C. Watkins. 2018. "What does race mean to young Black men? Findings from the YBMen Project." Presentation at the annual meeting of the Society for Social Work and Research. Washington, D.C,
Allen, Julie Ober. 2017. "Disparities and differences in physiological distress among aging Black and White men." Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association. Atlanta, GA.,
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