Expert on the interplay between social experiences, genetics, and disparities in health and aging; early life adversity and aging; ethical use of genetic data
Assistant Professor, La Follette School of Public Affairs College of Letters and Science Work: 608-263-7398 — Home and cell phones available upon request firstname.lastname@example.org Home page Twitter: @laurenlschmitz
- Gene-environment interactions and their implications for health and aging
- The relationship between social adversity and DNA programing/epigenetics
- Life course and aging: the connection between early life experiences and healthy aging
- The impact of working conditions on health and disability at older ages
- Ethical use of genetic data in social research
- Author, "The long-term effects of Vietnam-Era conscription and genotype on smoking behavior and health"
- Author, "Do working conditions at older ages shape the health gradient?"
- Author, "The impact of late-career job loss and genotype on body mass index"
- Author, "Structural racism in the workplace: Does perception matter for health inequalities"
- Author, "The socioeconomic gradient in epigenetic aging clocks"