Quick facts

$19,791,493

active & funded grant dollars in 2019-20

52

active & funded grants in 2019-20

67%

external grant proposals funded in 2019-20

41

articles, books, & chapters published in 2019-20

Research highlight

Within-Person Variability in Firearm Carriage among High-Risk Youth

Visual graphic of Flint Youth Injury study data detailing factors that increase or decrease odds of firearm carriage
Youth who carry firearms—and peers that surround them—are at increased risk for violent injuries. Because firearm carriage behaviors can change over time within an individual, it is important to identify individual and social-contextual determinants that explain this within-person variability in carriage. In recent research, Assistant Professor Rebeccah Sokol analyzed Flint Youth Injury Study data to identify individual and social-contextual determinants of firearm carriage in individuals aged 14-24 years.
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