Thomas E. Fuller-Rowell
Associate Professor
College of Human Sciences
Center for Health Ecology and Equity Research
Department of Human Development and Family Studies
Auburn University



Thomas Fuller-Rowell is an Associate Professor in the College of Human Sciences at Auburn University.  Information about his position can be found on the Auburn HDFS web page, and in the APS Observer.

He received his B.A. in biochemistry and psychology from the University of Colorado in 2003 with summa cum laude honors, and his PhD in developmental psychology from the Department of Human Development at Cornell University in 2010.  He also completed posdoctoral training as a Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2011-2013) and as a research fellow in the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan (2010-2011) before starting his current position at Auburn University.

His research focuses on the impact of social stress, discrimination, and broader contextual influences (e.g., neighborhood or social policy) on health and health disparities across the lifespan.  His work has been published in a range of psychological and medical journals including Psychological Science, Psychoneuroendocrinology, and Psychosomatic Medicine.  Dr. Fuller-Rowell has also worked for a civil rights organization in Buffalo, NY to address housing discrimination (2003-2004), and has implemented multi-site action research projects in New York City (2004-2006).