Browse Recent Research Projects, 2016 to Present

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Developing Evidence-based Data Sharing and Archiving Policies (Pienta), NSF, 2019.

Hospital-Physician Integration: Causes and Consequences for Rural Communities and Physician Wage Gaps in Primary and Specialty Care (Buchmueller, Norton), AHRQ, 2019.

How Universities Have Failed on Sexual Violence and Why It Matters (Armstrong), Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2019.

Computational examination of RDoC threat and reward constructs in a representative, predominantly low-income, longitudinal sample at increased risk for internalizing disorders (Mitchell), NIMH, 2019.

University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center 2019-2024 (Stoddard), CDC, 2019.

Improving the Efficiency of Model-Informed Decisionmaking in Responsive and Adaptive Survey Designs (Wagner), NIA, 2019.

Exploring epigenetic profiles of neglect in mothers and child (Mitchell), Universidad de La Laguna, 2019.

READI Chicago Impact Evaluation (Laura and John Arnold Foundation) (Heller), Laura and John Arnold Foundation, 2019.

Helping Across Generations: A Qualitative Study of Retirement Challenges among Unionized Workers (Seefeldt), Russell Sage Foundation, 2019.

Eugenic Rubicon: Sterilization Stories in America (Stern), National Endowment for the Humanities, 2019.

Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing in Rehabilitation (Pienta), NICHD, 2019.

Effect of Concealed Carry Laws on Firearm Injury (Norton), Schwab Charitable Fund, 2019.

Trends and Dynamics in Caregiving for Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias: Extending the National Study of Caregiving (Freedman, Couper), NIA, 2019.

RAPID: Health Decision-Making in the Aftermath of a Disaster: Evidence from Cyclone Idai in Mozambique (Yang), NSF, 2019.

Building an Arts Data Repository at ICPSR (Leonard), NEA, 2019.

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