The Sleep, Stress, and Health (STEALTH) Lab to present their research at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting!
The Sleep, Stress, and Health (STEALTH) Lab is proud to announce that eight outstanding team members have been accepted to present their research at the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting! Six of the eight team members will be presenting their research at a professional conference for the first time. Team members will present their original research at one of the most distinguished interdisciplinary conferences committed to research, education, and exploring best practices in the field of aging. GSA brings together some of the nation’s most prominent researchers, educators, scientists, health care professionals, and industry experts in the field of aging. In addition, Dr. Soomi Lee, the director of the STEALTH lab, will present and discuss the important role of sleep in health as part of several GSA symposia.
Congratulations to following team members for their noteworthy research:
Taylor Vigoureux, Lab Manager – “Job Strain and Late-Life Cognition: Findings from the Puerto Rican Elderly Health Conditions Study”
Christina Mu, Lab Manager – “The Effects of Severe and Frequent Back Pain on Mental Health: Does Perceived Socioeconomic Status Matter?”
Angelina Venetto, Research Assistant and Team Lead – “Daily Association Between Sleep and Stressors: Role of Personality Traits”
Breann LaRocque, Research Assistant and Team Lead – “Poor Sleep Health and Next Day Work Impairment: The Mediating Role of Fatigue”
Cassandra Richardson, Research Assistant and Team Lead – “Emotional Tone of Dreams and Daily Affect”
Karley Deason, Research Assistant – “Personality and Sleep Health: Do Lifestyle Habits Play a Role?”
Britney Veal, Lab Alumna – “Differences Between Day and Night Shifts: The Association of Nightly Sleep with Subjective Cognition”
Taylor Harris, Lab Alumna – “The Daily Association Between Sleep and Stress: The Moderating Role of Parenting Status”
We are very proud of our team members for achieving this honor! Keep up the outstanding work!