Marti DeLiema is a postdoctoral research assistant at the Stanford Center on Longevity in the Financial Security Division. Her current work focuses on identifying the sociodemographic, cognitive, and contextual factors related to elder financial exploitation using qualitative and quantitative analysis methods. Her graduate research focused on elder abuse and neglect in community settings, and the tactics scam artists use to deceive older victims. Marti has published studies on how older adults from different racial/ethnic backgrounds define elder abuse and how mandatory reporters and adult protective services workers perceive elder abuse response. Before joining the financial fraud research team at Stanford Center on Longevity, Marti received her Ph.D. in Gerontology from University of Southern California and a B.S. in biological psychology from UCLA.