Dr. Reyes' research focuses on family demography and health disparities across the life course. Her current work examines race/ethnic differences in intergenerational family relations, studying the consequences of living arrangements and economic transfers across generations for a variety of well-being outcomes. Adriana is also collaborating on a project examining nativity differences in mortality and health among older adults.
- Garcia, Marc A., and Adriana Reyes. Forthcoming. "Prevalence and Trends in Morbidity and Disability Among Older Mexican Americans in the Southwestern United States, 1993-2013." Research on Aging : 0164027517697800.
- Miranda, Patricia Y., Adriana Reyes, Darrell Hudson, Nengliang Yao, William K. Bleser, S. Amy Snipes, and Rhonda BeLue. 2017. "Reports of self-rated health by citizenship and homeownership, United States 2000-2010." Preventive Medicine 100: 3-9.
- Crystal, Stephen, Dennis G. Shea, and Adriana Reyes. 2017. "Cumulative Advantage, Cumulative Disadvantage, and Evolving Patterns of Late-Life Inequality." Gerontologist 57(5): 910-920.
- Hardy, Melissa A., and Adriana Reyes. 2016. "The Longevity Legacy of World War II: The Intersection of GI Status and Mortality." Gerontologist 56(1): 104-114.
- Reyes, Adriana, and Patricia Y. Miranda. 2015. "Trends in Cancer Screening by Citizenship and Health Insurance, 2000-2010." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 17(3): 644-651.
- Reyes, Adriana, and Melissa Hardy. 2015. "Health Insurance Instability among Older Immigrants: Region of Origin Disparities in Coverage." Journals of Gerontology B: Psychological and Social Sciences 70(2): 303-313.
- Kannan, S., J. T. Dvonch, A. J. Schulz, B. A. Israel, G. Mentz, James S. House, P. Max, and Adriana Reyes. 2010. "Exposure to fine particulate matter and acute effects on blood pressure: effect modification by measures of obesity and location." Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 64(1): 68-74.