Browse Recent Research Projects, 2016 to Present

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ECR: BCSER: IRM: Building Big Data Capacity for Education and Social Science Research Communities Using Restricted Administrative Data (Owen-Smith), NSF, 2020.

CHS: Small: Collaborative Research: Shared Mobility Systems to Address Transportation Barriers of Underserved Urban and Rural Communities (Veinot), NSF, 2020.

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

Integrating social determinants of health into clinical services for the Arab American and immigrant community (Mendes de Leon), RWJ, 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.

Partner Violence in Transgender Populations: Context, Risk, and Health Impact (Stephenson), NICHD, 2019.

Enhancing Retrospective Life History Data in the Health and Retirement Study (Smith, Ofstedal, Weir), NIA, 2019.

Understanding the effects of Medicare's home health Quality of Patient Care Star Ratings: patient choice and unintended consequences (Norton), AHRQ, 2019.

Creating a Data Quality Control Framework for Producing New Personnel-Based S&E Indicators (Owen-Smith), NSF, 2019.

RIDIR: Developing and Deploying the Criminal Justice Administrative Records System (Mueller-Smith, Morenoff, Levenstein, Prescott), NSF, 2019.

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

Surveying Older Populations using Video Communication Technologies (Conrad), MiCDA, 2019.

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

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

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