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EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND PATHWAYS OF EMBODIED MATERNAL HEALTH VULNERABILITY AMONG IMMIGRANT WOMEN ON THE US-MEXICO BORDER

EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND PATHWAYS OF EMBODIED MATERNAL HEALTH VULNERABILITY AMONG IMMIGRANT WOMEN ON THE US-MEXICO BORDER
PI: Carina Heckert
Co-PI: Ophra Leyser-Whalen, Katherine Serafine
Sponsor: NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION
Sociology and Anthropology
Amount awarded: $318,383

This research grant explores the emotional experience of pregnancy among first and second-generation Mexican-origin immigrants in the El Paso, TX border region using a mixed-methods, multi-phased research design that will utilize survey data, health records, cortisol levels (a stress biomarker), and ethnographic methods.

Posting date: Fri, 05/01/2020

Award start date: Tue, 09/15/2020
Award end date: Thu, 08/31/2023