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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.