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New Faculty: Dayoung Bae, PhD

Department of Population and Public Health Sciences August 19, 2023
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Dayoung Bae, PhD, assistant professor of clinical, joins the Division of Health Behavior Research in the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences.

Bae’s primary research focus is on the association between stressful life events and health risk behaviors across adolescence and young adulthood. In terms of stressful life events, Bae is interested in early exposures to adverse family and community environments, and she aims to investigate how these stressful life experiences have long-term effects on changes in substance use behaviors. In conducting research, she also aims to identify and implement proper advanced statistical models using longitudinal cohort survey data.