Kevin M. KorousDr. Kevin is a proud husband and father, as well as a post-doctoral research scholar in Dr. Charles R. Rogers’ Men’s Health Inequities Research Lab. He earned his Ph.D. and M.S. in Family and Human Development at Arizona State University, and he earned his B.S. in Psychology at The University of Utah. His primary research agenda is to understand how socioeconomic status, and its interplay with systems of power (e.g., racism), shape individual development and contribute to health disparities with the goal of identifying interventions across different levels (e.g., individual, institutional). His favorite methodology is systematic reviews and meta-analysis. Outside of academia, he enjoys spending time outside with his family and dog, running, drinking espresso, playing the ukulele, and watching NFL football.