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Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Postdoctoral Fellow, Purdue Puentes Project, Purdue University The Purdue Puentes Project (PPP) at Purdue University is an interdisciplinary project headed by Dr. Yumary Ruiz, Associate Professor in the Department of Public Health and Dr. Zoe Taylor, Associate Professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. The NIH-funded project is examining the health, adjustment, and well-being of Latinx youth (ages 10-15) in farm and agricultural worker families across four years. This research aims to advance understanding of the risk factors that are detrimental to the health and well-being of youth in seasonal and agricultural families, to identify resilience processes that counteract salient life stressors, and to assess the effects of


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