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Margaret (Maggie) Hicken

Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.

Research Investigator, STARH Program, Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation.

Research Assistant Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.

Research Investigator, Internal Medicine, Medical School.

Ph.D., University of Michigan

Dr. Hicken studies racial inequalities in health, complex systems, gene-environment interactions, stress and environmental toxicants in health.

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Journal Articles

McCluney, Courtney L., Lauren Schmitz, Margaret Hicken, and Amanda Sonnega. Forthcoming. "Structural racism in the workplace: Does perception matter for health inequalities?" Social Science & Medicine. DOI. Abstract.

Hicken, Margaret, Hedwig Lee, and Anna K. Hing. Forthcoming. "The weight of racism: Vigilance and racial inequalities in weight-related measures." Social science & medicine. DOI. Abstract.

Needham, Belinda L., Margaret Hicken, Ishtar O. Govia, Colter Mitchell, and Cleopatra M. Abdou. 2017. "Maternal Social Disadvantage and Newborn Telomere Length in Archived Dried Blood Spots from the Michigan Neonatal Biobank." Biodemography and social biology, 63(3): 221-235. DOI. Abstract.

Kershaw, K.N., Ana V. Diez Roux, Margaret Hicken, W.R. Robinson, P. Gordon-Larsen, David C. Goff, Mercedes R. Carnethon, Catarina I. Kiefe, and Stephen Sidney. 2017. "Association of changes in neighborhood-level racial residential segregation with changes in blood pressure among black adults: The cardia study." JAMA Internal Medicine, 177(7): 996-1002. DOI. Abstract.

Hicken, Margaret. 2017. "Measurement and modeling of race and health in Brazil: continuing the discussion." Cadernos de Saúde Pública, 33(suppl. 1): 2-5. DOI. Abstract.

Esposito, Michael H., Hedwig Lee, Margaret Hicken, Lauren C. Porter, and Jerald R. Herting. 2017. "The consequences of contact with the criminal justice system for health in the transition to adulthood." Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 8(1): 57-74. DOI. Abstract.

Lee, Hedwig, and Margaret Hicken. 2016. "Death by a Thousand Cuts: The Health Implications of Black Respectability Politics." Souls, 18(2-4): 421-445. DOI.

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