Justin Rodgers is a social epidemiologist interested in the interconnections between social environments, psychosocial factors, and chronic health conditions. He recently completed his Doctor of Science in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where his dissertation research examined the biopsychosocial mechanisms through which the accumulation of psychosocial stress from multiple life domains and across the lifecourse affects chronic disease and mortality, as well as the extent to which the psychosocial pathway drives social inequalities in health. Dr. Rodgers will be working with Dr. Daniel Kim as a postdoctoral research associate to investigate the effectiveness of targeting various social determinants on reducing the burden of cardiovascular disease in the United States.