Office Location: Lawrence Street Center, Suite 420-U
Teaching/Expertise Areas: Health, Demography, and Quantitative Methods
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholar, Harvard University, 2013-2015
Ph.D., Sociology & Demography, Pennsylvania State University, 2008-2013
Dr. Lippert is a sociologist and demographer whose research is centered on three aims: (1) understanding the role that contexts (e.g., schools, neighborhoods) play in shaping human health and health behaviors; (2) examining the joint contributions of poverty, work, and family circumstances to health and family well-being; and (3) exploring how families manage risk to protect parental and child health. He completed his PhD at the Pennsylvania State University in 2013 and post-doctoral training at Harvard University through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars program (2013-15). He enjoys working with students who share his interests and welcomes the chance to discuss student-led projects related to health, demography, and quantitative methods.
- Recent grants: "Food Insecurity among Urban Homeless and Precariously Housed Children and Families." NICHD R03HD087625. Co-I (Barrett A. Lee PI). $170,000. Completed 10/2019.
- Training and teaching interests in the following: Medical sociology, health disparities, social demography, demographic techniques, urban sociology, longitudinal analysis, multilevel modeling, data management and introductory statistics
- Programming: RStudio, Stata
Publications (since 2015)
(GS graduate student coauthor; UG undergraduate student coauthor)
Lippert, Adam M. and Grace E. VenechukGS. Forthcoming. “Job decision latitude lowers worker stress, but for whom? Results from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health," Population Research and Policy Review.
Kim, Rockli, Adam M. Lippert, Marcia P. Jimenez, Robbee Wedow, S.V. Subramanian. Forthcoming. "The relative contribution of socioeconomic and genetic factors to variation in body mass index among young adults," American Journal of Epidemiology.
Lippert, Adam M. and Sarah Damaske. 2019. “Finding Jobs, Forming Families, and Stressing Out? Work, Family, and Stress among Young Adult Women in the US,” Social Forces 98(2):885-914.
Lippert, Adam M., Daniel J. Corsi, and Grace E. VenechukGS. 2019. “Schools influence adolescent e-cigarette use, but when? Examining the interdependent association between school context and teen vaping over time” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 48(10):1899-1911.
Lippert, Adam M., Margaret Gough (equal authorship), and Molly A. Martin. 2019. "The Role of Time-Use Behaviors in the Risk of Obesity among Low-Income Mothers," Women’s Health Issues 29(1):23-30.
adams, jimi and Adam M. Lippert. 2019. “Under the radar: Representing latent class analysis posterior response probabilities” Socius 5:1-3.
Lippert, Adam M. 2018. "Association between school-level prevalence of electronic cigarette use and student-level use behaviors, pre-use intentions, and risk perceptions: Evidence from the 2014 U.S. National Youth Tobacco Survey," Nicotine & Tobacco Research 5;20(2):231-238 (online first 2016).
Bostean, Georgiana, Luis Sanchez, and Adam M. Lippert. 2018. "Sociodemographic disparities in e-cigarette retail environment: Vape stores and census tract characertistics in Orange County, CA," Health & Place 50:65-72.
Martin, Molly A., Adam M. Lippert, Kelly Chandler, and Megan Lemmon. 2018. "Home alone: Parents’ work hours, availability and adolescents’ weight-related behaviors," Social Science & Medicine 4:291-300.
Lippert, Adam M., Clare Rosenfeld, Fahad Razak, and S.V. Subramanian. 2017. "Association between continuity and change in early neighborhood poverty and adult cardiometabolic biomarkers in the US: Results from the 1995-2008 National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health," American Journal of Epidemiology 185(9).
Yu, EdwardGS and Adam M. Lippert. 2017. "Race/ethnicity modifies the association between school prevalence of e-cigarette use and student-level use: Results from the 2014 US National Youth Tobacco Survey," Health & Place 46.
Lippert, Adam M. 2016. "Stuck in unhealthy places: How entering, exiting, and remaining in poor neighborhoods is associated with obesity during the transition to adulthood," Journal of Health & Social Behavior 57(1).
Lippert, Adam M. 2016. "Temporal changes in the sociodemographic correlates of U.S. adolescent electronic cigarette use and role in tobacco cessation, 2011-2013," Health Education & Behavior 44(2).
Lippert, Adam M. and Daniel Corsi (equal authorship). 2016. "An examination of the shift in school-level clustering of US adolescent e-cigarette use and its multilevel correlates, 2011-2013," Health & Place 38:30-38.
Riina, Elizabeth M., Adam M. Lippert, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. 2016. "The roles of social support and residential stability for the quality of parent-child relationships among ethnically diverse urban families," Journal of Marriage and Family 78(4).
Yu, EdwardGS and Adam M. Lippert. 2016. "Neighborhood crime rate, physical activity, and obesity: A systematic review of the literature," Sociology Compass.
Lippert, Adam M. and Barrett A. Lee. 2015. "Stress, coping, and mental health differences among homeless people," Sociological Inquiry 85: 343-374.
Lippert, Adam M. 2015. "Do adolescent smokers use e-cigarettes to help them quit? The sociodemographic correlates and cessation motivations of US adolescent e-cigarette use," American Journal of Health Promotion 29:374-9.
- Article findings cited in testimony on the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act (Docket No. FDA-2014-N-0189, RIN 0910-AG38) and the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on E-cigarette Use among Youth and Young Adults: https://e-cigarettes.surgeongeneral.gov/documents/2016_SGR_Full_Report_non-508.pdf
Rosenfeld Evans, Clare, Adam M. Lippert, and S.V. Subramanian. 2015. "The persistent clustering of adult body mass index by school attended in adolescence," Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Published online first: July 29, 2015.
Lippert, Adam M. and Barrett A. Lee. “Parental capital, vulnerabilities, and management of food insecurity among homeless and precariously-housed families” (revise & resubmit)
Lee, Barrett A. and Adam M. Lippert. “Child food insecurity among homeless families: Evaluating a parental management model” (revise & resubmit)
Lippert, Adam M., Alexis MitsuhashiUG, and Annie FritschUG. “The spatial distribution of septic mortality in the US and its county-level correlates”
SOCY 4220/5220: Population Analysis
SOCY 4050/5050: Health Disparities
SOCY 4830: Work-Family Policies and Practices
SOCY 3440: Medical Sociology
SOCY 4995/5995: Surveying Spain: Population, Policy, & Social Issues (Summer study abroad)