Profiles in "Stress" Expertise Area

  • Conrad's research interests include studies on the neurobiology of chronic stress, sex differences in neuroplasticity following chronic stress, and links between stress and depression or anxiety disorders.
  • Davis examines how social and emotional risk and resilience factors shape adaptation to stress.
  • Sweazea is a physiologist who specializes in diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
  • DePinto's primary professional experience has been in school social work and he has more than 30 years of experience working with chemically-dependent adolescents.
  • Sebren's teaching and scholarly interests are focused on the efficacy of mindfulness for reduced stress, improved health and health behavior change.
  • Jeff LePine's research centers on (1) teamwork and team effectiveness, (2) performance behaviors involving teamwork, citizenship, voice, and adaptability, (3) leadership, and (4) engagement and occupational stress.
  • Marcie LePine is an Associate Professor of Management and Barrett Honors Faculty. Her research focuses on the negative and positive effects stress, leadership, and the work-nonwork interface.
  • Luthar's research interests include childhood resilience, stress and women's health.
  • Dr. Nesse is a physician who has dedicated his career to establishing evolutionary biology as a basic science for medicine.
  • Orchinik is a neuroscientist who studies how stress alters behavior, brain function, and the endocrine system. He is also interested in science education research, particularly in how undergraduates learn core concepts,