Browse Recent Research Projects, 2016 to Present

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Transitional Support of the CJARS Pilot (Mueller-Smith, Morenoff), Laura and John Arnold Foundation, 2019.

Improving Reproducibility of Respondent Driven Sampling through Adaptive Design (Wagner, Elliott), NIA, 2019.

Governance, Citizenship, and Accountability: Community-Centered Development in the Ugandan Health Sector (Greenberg, Yang), DFID, 2019.

Electronic Dating Abuse: A longitudinal examination of precursors and sequelae (Fleming), NICHD, 2019.

A new model to reach vulnerable older adults with pain self-management support (Janevic), American Pain Society, 2019.

India Human Development Survey, Wave III (Heeringa), NICHD, 2019.

College and Beyond II: Outcomes of a Liberal Arts Education (Courant, Levenstein, Leonard, Jekielek), Mellon, 2018.

U-M/City of Detroit Homelessness Policy Fellow (Shaefer), Quicken Loans, 2018.

Racial/ethnic inequalities in poor birth outcomes: Clarifying the role of precarious work (Hicken, Bruns), EMD Serono, Inc, 2018.

Mobility from Poverty Center and National Criminal Justice Data Expansion (Mueller-Smith, Shaefer, Morenoff), Gates Foundation, 2018.

Deepening Our Understanding of America's Most Vulnerable Communities (Shaefer), RWJ, 2018.

EAGER: Crowdsourcing Metadata Enhancements to Improve the Discoverability and Reusability of Scientific Data: Experimental Evaluations (Levenstein), NSF, 2018.

Healthy Michigan Plan CMS Evaluation FY19 (Buchmueller, Levy), CMS, 2018.

Healthy Michigan Plan Impact on Hospital Uncompensated Care Costs FY 2019 (Buchmueller, Levy), CMS, 2018.

Optimizing Openness in Human Participants Research: Harmonizing Standards for Consent Agreements and Data Management Plans to Empower the Reuse of Sensitive Scientific Data (Levenstein), NSF, 2018.

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