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Graduate student Olutosin Adesogan receives award from the National Institute on Aging!

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Graduate student Olutosin Adesogan was recently awarded funding from the National Institute on Aging through the NIH Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health-Related Research Program!

This award will allow Olutosin to further her research interests in reducing health disparities and promoting healthy development and aging in racial and ethnic minority populations. She will examine the impact of contextual stressors and psychosocial resilience factors on biopsychosocial functioning among middle-age African Americans and receive additional training in Gerontology. Olutosin is currently in the second year of our Clinical Psychology PhD program and will be mentored by faculty members Dr. Justin Lavner and Dr. Steven Beach, and by Clinical Program alumna Dr. Sierra Carter (now an Assistant Professor at Georgia State University).

Congratulations Olutosin!

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