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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

Arline T. Geronimus - Honors, Media, and Features

Features

Unraveling the connection between unintended pregnancy and education

Impact of education on longevity during past two decades

Impact of education on longevity during past two decades

Validity of new biomeasures to gauge population health disparities

Health inequality and American politics

Do chronic stressors accelerate biological aging?

Excess mortality in high-poverty areas

Health-related residential mobility

Telomere length and biological aging

In the News

Geronimus says Postville raid had cascading effects on health of Latinos

Novak, Geronimus, Martinez-Cardoso: Threat of deportation harmful to immigrants' health

Bound, Geronimus, et al. find estimates of decreasing longevity among low-SES whites sensitive to measures and interpretations

Surprising findings on what influences unintended pregnancy from Wise, Geronimus and Smock

Work by Geronimus, Hicken, Keene, and Bound cited in piece on how current politics may impact stress at population level

Novak, Geronimus, and Martinez-Cardoso find fear of immigration can affect Latino birth outcomes

Rodriguez, Bound, and Geronimus find presidential party and infant mortality linked

Geronimus says black-white differences in mortality "help silence black voices in the electorate"

Geronimus's work on young childbearing among black women cited in new research on infant mortality by race

Geronimus says findings on health disparities plausible and disturbing

Geronimus says despite positive effects of ACA, medical expenses still contribute to poverty

Geronimus's work noted in discussion of "persistent racialized stigmatization" of black faculty

Geronimus says poor Detroiters face greater health risks given adverse social conditions

Geronimus says stress of poverty robs urban poor of many years of healthy living

Geronimus says urban poor experience cellular aging linked to chronic stress of poverty, racism, everyday life

Rodriguez, Geronimus, Bound and Dorling find excess mortality among blacks influences key elections

Rodriguez, Bound and Geronimus say infant mortality rates fluctuate by presidential party relative to general downward trend

Geronimus discusses causes, potential solutions to racial disparities in infant mortality

Geronimus says social stressors account for racial disparities in health among women and infants

Geronimus and Bound find high death rates persist for black Americans in 2000

Geronimus says US cultural influences dampen gains in life expectancy seen in other high-income nations

Geronimus cited for work on "weathering" in CHE article

Geronimus and Low cited in piece on evolutionary theory and early childbearing among poor

Geronimus' work on health and racism is Miller-McCune cover story

Geronimus tapped for Post story on new research challenging social assumptions

Geronimus et al. find excess mortality higher for urban vs. rural blacks

Honors & Awards

Arline Geronimus receives 2016 Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award

Arline Geronimus elected to Institute of Medicine, 2013

Arline Geronimus wins Excellence in Research Award from School of Public Health

Arline Geronimus awarded fellowship, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 2007-2008

Announcements

Paper by Wise, Geronimus and Smock on educational attainment and unintended pregnancy selected as Editor's Choice

Arline Geronimus and Colter Mitchell featured in AJPH issue on society, genetics, and health