Foundations in Lifelong Health


The impact of social, environmental and contextual factors on mental and physical health outcomes is a primary focus of DPRC Scholars. It requires an examination of interactions among biological, environmental, and behavioral factors across different populations and species over time. These interactions can be observed by linking innovative life-course analytic and bio-demographic approaches—including human and non-human primate materials—in data collection and analysis.

DPRC researchers are extensively involved in longitudinal studies that follow cohorts from childhood through the life course and analyses that advance this area of population research.

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