Reed DeAngelis, Sociology
I’m a doctoral student in sociology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and a biosocial predoctoral trainee at the Carolina Population Center.
I research population health inequalities, with an emphasis on stress, coping, and aging processes over the life course. My research is grounded in biopsychosocial models of human life span development, which account for the dynamic interplay between individual-level, psychobiological processes and broader sociocultural contexts.
My research is currently supported by the National Institutes of Health and has been published in Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Society and Mental Health, Sleep Health, Population Research and Policy Review, and Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, among other outlets.
Social inequalities in health; gender- and race-based discrimination and health; stress and coping processes; biomarkers of stress and aging.