Asthma in the Lives Of Families Today (ALOFT) 2.0

This is an ongoing project.

Faculty Researcher: Samuele Zilioli

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James Mallare


The main aim of this study is to investigate the effects of biopsychosocial factors (e.g., everyday family life, perceived and physiological stress of self and others, daily behaviors), genetic factors, and asthmatic state on asthma health, biological processes related to asthma, and health more broadly. In this study, we are also interested in understanding the impact of caregiving on cardiometabolic health and children's biological and psychological responses to puberty and acute stress.


1. Qualified applicants are registered nurses, RN student or grad student, licensed provider, or have a certification in phlebotomy
2. Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
3. Able to commit to working early mornings (approximately 7:00 am – 1:00 pm) on Mondays through Friday (10 hours/week), with availability through next year (2022-23). Must have availability at least 3 out of those 5 days.
4. Must have a car or regular access to a car

Email Daniel Saleh at to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled


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October 20, 2022