The mission of the DAP lab is to conduct research that can help foster healthy development in children and families from diverse sociodemographic backgrounds. Guided by the notion that development is best informed by studying pathways that lead to both adaptation and maladaptation, our research examines risk and protective processes in typically- and atypically-developing youth and their families using a theoretically-driven, multi-level, multi-method assessment (physiological, behavioral, neurological, ecological momentary assessment) approach. Research at the DAP Lab has been funded by the National Institutes of Health, The Owens Institute of Behavioral Research, The Clinical & Translational Research Unit at the University of Georgia, and the University of Georgia Research Foundation. **Dr. Suveg will be reviewing applications for the admission of a graduate student for fall 2023. The lab is specifically recruiting a graduate student who is passionate about mental health and well-being in families from diverse sociodemographic backgrounds. The incoming student will be part of a new NICHD-funded project with Latinx parents and their children. Reach out with questions!