Improving Population Health: Now, Across People’s Lives, and Across Generations to Come

AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center
The University of Texas at Austin
October 2-4, 2017

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Poster Participants
Monday, October 2, 2017
2:00 - 3:30

Instructions and Guidelines for Poster Session Participants (PDF)

  • P1: You make me Sick: Peer Network Processes of Adolescents' Healthy Lifestyles
    jimi adams, University of Colorado Denver

  • P3: Oxford County Wellness Collaborative: It’s Complicated—A Relationship-Based Approach to Rural Health
    Rebecca Boulos, University of Maine

  • P4: Does Telomere Length Indicate Biological, Physical & Cognitive Health Among White, Black & Hispanic Older Adults?
    Lauren Brown, University of Southern California

  • P5: From payday loans to pawn shops: predatory lending, the unbanked, and poor health
    Jerzy Eisenberg-Guyot, University of Washington

  • P6: Housing Assistance and Child Well-Being in the United States
    Andrew Fenelon, University of Maryland

  • P7: Life Course Contexts and Racial Birth Outcome Disparities
    Laura Freeman, Rice University

  • P8: Prospective Health Consequences of Socioeconomic Disadvantage Across the Life Span:The Mediating Role of Unfair Treatment
    Thomas Fuller-Rowell, Auburn University

  • P9: Father Absence and Accelerated Reproductive Development
    Lauren Gaydosh, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Daniel W. Belsky, Duke University, Benjamin W. Domingue, Stanford University, Jason D. Boardman, University of Colorado - Boulder, and Kathleen Mullan Harris, The University of North Carolina.

  • P10: Breast Cancer Prevention among Immigrant Women: Who Have Had a Physical Breast Exam? A Profile of Women at Risk of Undiagnosed Breast Cancer
    Federico Ghirimoldi, The University of Texas at San Antonio

  • P12: No title (childhood poverty and neuroscience)
    Nicole Hair, University of South Carolina

  • P13: Paradoxes and Lag Selection Bias: Testing Race- and Gender-Specific Lags in Predictors of Heart Disease Mortality in the United States
    Jeralynn Cossman, Misty Harris, Julia Kay Wolf, and Hannah Depoy, West Virginia University

  • P14: The downstream effects of state tobacco control policies on birth outcomes
    Summer Hawkins, Boston College

  • P15: Examining the social-influence factors predicting teen mothers' educational outcomes by age 30
    Emily Hendrick, The University of Texas at Austin

  • P16: Innovations in Late-Life Depression Care: Costs of Operating Innovative Collaborative Care Programs with Community-based Organizations and Family Care Partners
    Theresa Hoeft, University of Washington

  • P17: Exposure to Neighborhood Green Space, Noise and Sleep: Evidence from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW)
    Benjamin Johnson, Medical College of Wisconsin

  • P18: Childhood Adversity, Psychosocial Resiliency, and Later Life Functioning: Linking Early-Life Circumstances to Recovery from Mobility Limitation
    Kenzie Latham-Mintus, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

  • P20: Structural Stigma and Labor Market Opportunities: Examining the Protective Influence of Deaf Enclaves in Nineteenth Century America
    Megan Lemmon, Penn State University

  • P21: An examination of multi-sector impacts associated with changes in non-profit food distribution systems
    Tammy Leonard, The University of Dallas

  • P22: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Impact of Parental Incarceration on Childhood Obesity
    Amelia Li, The Ohio State University

  • P24: Immigrant Health Care Access
    Jose Louro

  • P25: TBD
    Caitlin McKillop, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center

  • P26: The Exception to the Rule? The Poor Health Status of African Americans in Relation to Global Black Immigrants
    Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Texas A&M University

  • P27: Estimating Mortality Risks Associated with Overweight & Obesity in the US Adult Population
    Ryan Masters, University of Colorado

  • P29: Effects of Delayed Transportation on Access to Health Care for the Insulin Dependent
    Jessica Omoregie

  • P30: TBD
    Kasim Ortiz, The University of New Mexico

  • P31: Does Age of Experiencing Kin Mortality Predict Educational Attainment?: Adding Life to the Linked Lives Perspective
    Sarah Patterson, Penn State University

  • P32: Measuring Health Behaviors in Health Care Settings for Population Health Improvement
    Jeffrey Pearson , Arbor Research Collaborative for Health

  • P33: Raíces de Salud (Roots of Health): Racial Classification and Self-Rated Health among Island Puerto Ricans
    Catherine Perez, University of Southern California

  • P34: Key Informants' Perceived Factors that Impact State Breastfeeding Rates in the U.S.: A qualitative analysis
    Cristell Perez, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

  • P35: Immigration Policy as Health Policy: Latino advocates' understanding of the relationship between state-level immigration policies and the health and wellbeing of Latinos in the United States
    Morgan Philbin, Columbia University

  • P37: Population Well-being and Maternal Risk of Preterm Delivery: A Cross-sectional Study
    Carley Riley, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

  • P38: The Effect of Age, Diet Integration, and Structural Incorporation on Diet Healthiness among Immigrant Children
    Sara Robinson, The University of Texas at San Antonio

  • P39: Identifying community characteristics associated with resident well-being: A population based study
    Brita Roy, Yale University

  • P40: Change in overweight and obesity prevalence among New York City adults: The NYC Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2004 and 2013-14
    Pasquale Rummo, NYU School of Medicine

  • P41: A double whammy: premium costs and cost-sharing are higher for employees in high-deductible health plans
    Joel Segel, Penn State University

  • P42: Long-term Neighborhood Poverty Trajectories and Child Sleep
    Connor Sheehan, The University of Texas at Austin

  • P44: Families' Health Insurance under the ACA: Perceived and Realized Access to Care
    Diane Shinberg, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

  • P45: Investigating Health Selectivity Differences Among Migrants Following Drought and Disaster
    Daniel Simon, University of Colorado

  • P46: Racial and ethnic disparities in health and access to care: a role for neighborhood quality?
    Laura Skopec, Urban Institute

  • P47: Pesticides, Protection and Policy: The Role of English Language Acculturation on Pesticide Protection Use among Latino Immigrant Farmworkers
    Amy Snipes, Penn State University

  • P48: Anti-Discrimination Laws and Insurance Coverage For Sexual Minorities
    Alexa Solazzo, Rice University

  • P49: Network Norms, Social Capital, and Health Behaviors: Contextualizing HIV Risk among Young Black Men who Have Sex with Men (YBMSM)
    Ryan Stillwagon, The University of British Columbia

  • P50: Validation of an iNspiring iNnnovation to Improve Patient Outcomes
    Carolyn Sun, Columbia University

  • P51: Anticipatory Stressors among Same-Sex Couples: A Relationship Timeline Approach
    Mieke Thomeer, The University of Alabama at Birmingham

  • P52: The County or The Mother?: A Multilevel Modeling Approach to Estimating Educational Differences in Low-Risk Caesarean Section Delivery
    Andrea Tilstra, University of Colorado

  • P53: Do twins agree on who is healthiest? Comparing self-rated health to twin-rated health assessments
    Megan Todd, Columbia University

  • P54: A Comparison of Key Community Stakeholder Input Compared to Input from the General Public in Relation To Health Issues in Northeast Texas
    Christina Tuell, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler

  • P55: Beyond Prevalence: Multivariate Regression with Respondent-Driven Sampling Data
    Ashton Verdery, Penn State University

  • P56: TBD
    Jeremy Whitaker, Allen College

  • P57: Four-Year Changes in Biological Risk Among Middle-Aged and Older Chinese
    Yuan Zhang, University of Southern California

  • P58: Motherhood and Body Weight at Midlife
    Zhe Zhang, The Ohio State University