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Di, Q. Wang, Y. Zanobetti, A. Wang, Y. Koutrakis, P. Choriat, C. Dominici, F. Schwartz, J. Air Pollution and Mortality in the Medicare PopulationNew England Journal of Medicine. 2017; 376:2513-2522.

Jhun, I. D, Mata. F, Nordio. M, Lee. J, Schwartz. A, Zanobetti. Ambient Temperature and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in the United StatesEpidemiology. 2017; 28(5):728-734

Rosofsky A, Levy JI, Zanobetti A, Janulewicz P, Fabian MP. Temporal trends in air pollution exposure inequality in Massachusetts. Environ Res 161: 76-86 (2018).

Wang Y, Shi L. Lee M, Liu P, Di Q, Zanobetti A, Schwartz JD. 2017. Long-term exposure to PM2.5 and mortality among older adults in the Southeastern US. Epidemiology. 28(2):207-214.

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Project 1: HEAL

PM2.5 and Mortality in 207 US Cities: Modification by Temperature and City Characteristics

Summer Temperature Variability and Long-Term Survival Among Elderly People with Chronic Disease

Susceptibility to Mortality in Weather Extremes Effect Modification by Personal and Small-Area Characteristics

A National Case-Crossover Analysis of the Short-Term Effect of PM2.5 on Hospitalizations and Mortality in Subjects with Diabetes and Neurological Disorders

Changing Patterns of the Temperature-Mortality Association by Time and Location in the US, and Implications for Climate Change

Project 2: HOME

Moving Environmental Justice Indoors: Understanding Structural Influences on Residential Exposure Patterns in Low-income Communities

Environmental Conditions in Low-Income Urban Housing: Clustering and Associations With Self-Reported Health

Indoor Air Quality in Green vs. Conventional Multi-family Low-income Housing

Project 3: MAP-EHD

Incorporating concepts of inequality and inequity into health benefits analysis

Community Engagement

A Walk in the Park: The Influence of Urban Parks and Community Violence on Physical Activity in Chelsea, MA

Meeting People Where They Are: Engaging Public Housing Residents for Integrated Pest Management

Engaging Communities in Research on Cumulative Risk and Social Stress-Environment Interactions: Lessons Learned from EPA’s STAR Program