Robert E. Doherty Professor of Psychology
Sheldon Cohen's work studies the effects of stress and social support on immunity and susceptibility to infectious disease. He has published pioneering theoretical and empirical work on the effects of aircraft noise on health and development of school children, and on the roles of stress and social networks in physical and mental health.
For an interview, email Shilo Rea or call her at 412-268-6094.
For additional information, visit Cohen's faculty page.