Colter Mitchell

PI on "Adolescent Wellbeing and Brain Development (Year 15), Computational Examination of RDoC Threat and Reward Constructs in a Representative, Predominately Low-Income, Longitudinal Sample at Increased Risk for Internalizing Disorders (Year 22)" & "Epigenetic Mediation of Adverse Social Context on Socioemotional Development and Health in a Population-Based Study of Minority and Low SES Children and Adolescents"

Ph.D. 2009 University of Michigan, Sociology.

Faculty Research Fellow at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Research Associate Professor, Family Demography, Survey Research Center

Interests: Family formation behavior, social context, genetics, and health.

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