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A Novel Model for Generating Creative, Community-Responsive Interventions to Reduce Gender-Based Violence on College Campuses
August 24, 2021. E&PH researchers Sophia Graham, Abby King, and Mike Baiocchi, and Stanford colleagues, released a new publication on a gender-based violence project undertaken here at Stanford, employing an Our Voice citizen science model for understanding college campus community factors affecting sexual violence risk. The article was recently published in the International Journal of Environmental Research & Public Health. [The Our Voice logo is pictured here].
Recent publication by Esther John featured in special online promotion for National Cancer Survivors Day on June 6th
June 3, 2021. We are thrilled to announce that an article published in the International Journal of Cancer (IJC), “Race, Ethnicity and Risk of Second Primary Contralateral Breast Cancer in the United States” by E&PH faculty member Esther John and colleagues, has been selected for special online promotion for the upcoming National Cancer Survivors Day (Sunday, June 6th). National Cancer Survivors Day is an annual, Celebration of Life that is held in hundreds of communities nationwide, on the first Sunday in June. IJC, the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), and Wiley will promote the paper on their various social media platforms. In addition to the online promotion, Wiley has made your paper “free to read” from Friday June 5th until Monday June 21st.
Association Between Income Inequality and County-Level COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in the US
May 3, 2021. E&PH researchers Annabel X. Tan, MPH (pictured here), Jessica Hinman, MS, Hoda S. Abdel Magid, PhD, Lorene M. Nelson, PhD, MS, and Michelle C. Odden, PhD, suggest that, during the COVID-19 pandemic, areas of higher income inequality may serve as effective targets for interventions to mitigate the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in this JAMA Network Open publication.
Four new publications from E&PH faculty member Jason Andrews and colleagues
April 12, 2021. E&PH faculty member Jason Andrews and colleagues have recently published four research papers. Follow the links below to access these publications.
- Local and Travel-Associated Transmission of Tuberculosis at Central Western Border of Brazil, 2014–2017 (CDC.gov)
- Blood-based host biomarker diagnostics in active case finding for pulmonary tuberculosis: A diagnostic case-control study (The Lancet)
- Incidence and prevalence of tuberculosis in incarcerated populations: a systematic review and meta-analysis (The Lancet Public Health)
- The escalating tuberculosis crisis in central and South American prisons (The Lancet)
Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Survival after Breast Cancer Diagnosis by Estrogen and Progesterone Receptor Status: A Pooled Analysis
February 10, 2021. In this new research article, published by Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, E&PH community members Esther John (pictured here), Valerie McGuire, and Allison Kurian and colleagues investigated racial/ethnic survival disparities for breast cancer defined by estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor status in a multiethnic population.
Racial Disparities in COVID-19 Testing and Outcomes
February 9, 2021. New E&PH faculty member Alyce Adams and colleagues at Kaiser Permanente released the results of their latest COVID-19 research in this study, published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Incorporating human mobility data improves forecasts of Dengue fever in Thailand
January 13, 2021. E&PH Instructor Mathew Kiang and colleagues released the results of their recent research in Scientific Reports. For this study, they compared time-series forecasts of dengue fever in Thailand, integrating epidemiological data with mobility models generated from mobile phone data.
A Decade of Disparities in Diabetes Technology Use and HbA1c in Pediatric Type 1 Diabetes: A Transatlantic Comparison
January 4, 2021. E&PH faculty member David Maahs (pictured here) and colleagues, including first-author Ananta Addala (Stanford Instructor of Pediatrics), released the results of their most recent research in Diabetes Care. The study was featured on the journal's January 2021 cover.