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Kenzie Latham-Mintus is an Associate Professor of Sociology at IUPUI. Her research focuses on understanding how structural conditions and biopsychosocial processes shape disability and chronic illness experiences in later life. Much of her research investigates how physical and social environments shape disability transitions including risk of onset and recovery among older adults. Other recent work uses data from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) to examine the bidirectional relationship between social relationships and health including how health shocks influence the maintenance of close social ties.
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