Jennifer Maggs, Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, and Stephanie Lanza, Professor of Biobehavioral Health, direct the grant as MPIs. Our leadership team includes faculty from Psychology, Sociology/Criminology, and other disciplines.
Faculty affiliated with PAMT include researchers with Ph.D.s in psychology, biobehavioral health, human development and family studies, statistics, kinesiology, sociology, criminology, education, family and child ecology, information sciences and technology, and engineering, among other disciplines.
BBH: Biobehavioral Health
HDFS: Human Development & Family Studies
HPA: Health Policy & Administration
IST: College of Information Sciences & Technology
Kinesology: Department of Kinesiology
Nursing: College of Nursing
PSY: Department of Psychology
PRC: Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center
SOC/CRIM: Department of Sociology & Criminology
STAT: Department of Statistics