Schollaert, C., Ackley, R. C., DeSantis, A., Polka, E., & Scammell, M. K. (2020). Natural gas leaks and tree death: A first-look case-control study of urban trees in Chelsea, MA USA. Environmental Pollution263. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Rosofsky AS, Fabian MP, Ettinger de Cuba S, Sandel M, Coleman S, Levy JI, Coull BA, Hart JE, Zanobetti A. (2020). Prenatal ambient particulate matter exposure and longitudinal weight growth trajectories in early childhood. Int J Environ Res Public Health 17: 1444.

Evans L, Charns MP, Cabral H, Fabian MP. (2019). Change in geographic access to community health centers after health center program expansion. Health Serv Res. 

Fong KC, Kosheleva A, Kloog I, Koutrakis P, Laden F, Coull BA, Schwartz JD. (2019). Fine particulate air pollution and birthweight: Differences in associations along the birthweight distribution. Epidemiology. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Rhee, J., Patricia Fabian, M., Ettinger de Cuba, S., Coleman, S., Sandel, M., Lane, K. J., Sade, M. Y., Hart, J. E., Schwartz, J., Kloog, I., Laden, F., Levy, J. I., Zanobetti, A. (2019). Effects of maternal homelessness, supplemental nutrition programs, and prenatal PM2.5 on birthweight. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Petropoulos Z, Levy J, Scammell MK, Fabian MP. (2019). Characterizing community-wide housing attributes using georeferenced street-level photography. JESEE. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Tomsho KS, Schollaert C, Aguilar T, Bongiovanni R, Alvarez M, Scammell MK, Adamkiewicz G. (2019). A Mixed Methods Evaluation of Sharing Air Pollution Results with Study Participants via Report-Back Communication. Environ Res. Public Health 16 (21). Click here for a lay summary of the article

Gillooly SE, Zhou Y, Vallarino J, Chu MT, Michanowicz DR, Levy JI, Adamkiewicz G. (2019). Development of an in-home, real-time air pollutant sensor platform and implications for community use. Environ Poll 244: 440-450. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Fong, K. Di, Q. Kloog, I. Laden, F. Coull, B. Koutrakis, P. Schwartz, J. (2019). Relative toxicities of major particulate matter constituents on birthweight in Massachusetts. Environmental Epidemiology. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Yitshak-Sade, M., et al. (2019), Neighborhood Greenness Attenuates the Adverse Effect of PM2.5 on Cardiovascular Mortality in Neighborhoods of Lower Socioeconomic Status. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Rosofsky A, Levy J, Zanobetti A, Janulewicz P, Fabian MP. (2018). The impact of air exchange rate on ambient air pollution exposure and inequalities across all residential parcels in Massachusetts. JESEE. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Rosofsky A, Levy JI, Zanobetti A, Janulewicz P, Fabian MP. (2018). Temporal trends in air pollution exposure inequality in Massachusetts. Environ Res 161: 76-86 Click here for a lay summary of the article

Mahalingaiah S, Lane K, Kim C, Cheng J, Hart J (2018). Impacts of Air Pollution on Gynecologic Disease: Infertility, Menstrual Irregularity, Uterine Fibroids, and Endometriosis: a Systematic Review and Commentary. Current Epidemiology Reports. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Di, Q. Wang, Y. Zanobetti, A. Wang, Y. Koutrakis, P. Choriat, C. Dominici, F. Schwartz, J. (2017). Air Pollution and Mortality in the Medicare PopulationNew England Journal of Medicine. Click here for a lay summary of the article

Jhun, I. D, Mata. F, Nordio. M, Lee. J, Schartz. A, Zanobetti. (2017). Ambient Temperatures and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in the United States. Epidemiology. Click here for a lay summary of the article

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.

Pilot Funding Supported Effort

Andrew Kalweit, Robert F Herrick, Michael A Flynn, John D Spengler, J Kofi Berko, Jr, Jonathan I Levy, Diana M Ceballos. (2020). Eliminating Take-Home Exposures: Recognizing the Role of Occupational Health and Safety in Broader Community Health. Annals of Work Exposures and Health.

Ceballos D, Guerrero M, Kalweit A, Rabin R, Spengler J, Herrick R. (2019). One-hour pilot training to prevent workers from taking home workplace contaminants. New Solut. Click here for a lay summary of the article


Related Readings

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

Evaluating Efficiency-Equality Tradeoffs for Mobile Source Control Strategies in an Urban Area

Quantifying the Efficiency and Equity Implications of Power Plant Air Pollution Control Strategies in the United States

Community-Wide Health Risk Assessment Using Geographically Resolved Demographic Data: A Synthetic Population Approach

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