2022-2023 Pilot Projects
Ryan Masters: “Life Expectancy Trends among U.S. States and Peer Countries, 1990-2020: Estimating the Impact of the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic on Widening Differences.” ($20,000).
Ryan Masters: “Life Expectancy Changes between 2020 and 2021 among 19 High-Income Countries and among U.S. Populations by Age, Sex, and Race/Ethnicity.” ($3,000).
Lori Hunter: “Environmental Extremes and Rural Health” ($15,000).
Adam Lippert: “Development of a Multi-Dimensional Measure of Neighborhood Socioeconomic Composition and Implications for Population Health Disparities.” ($11,000).
Leslie Root: “Quantifying the Impact of Abortion Restrictions in Colorado.” ($15,000).
Guofeng Cao: “Understanding Social Dynamics with Location-Based Social Media.” ($15,000).
Katie M. Combs: “Understanding the Effects of Swiftly Changing Abortion Access: The voice of Texas social service providers.” ($14,000).
Morteza Karimzadeh: “Forecasting COVID-19 in the Presence of Inconsistent Reporting.” ($13,000).
2021-2022 Pilot Projects
Jason Boardman: “Racial disparities in genetic associations: the role of environmentally induced epigenetic modifications.” ($15,000)
Myron Gutmann: “Understanding Mortality Disparities using High Spatial Resolution Data.” ($20,000)
Ryan Masters: “Immigration, Domestic Migration, and Geographic Variation in Adult Mortality Trends in the United States.” ($15,000)
David Cook-Martin: “How Immigration Became Temporary in Colorado, 2005-2020.” ($10,000)
Amanda Carrico: “Health and Well-being after Abrupt Return Migration in Coastal Bangladesh.” ($18,000)
Erin Kelly: “Youth Deaths Involving Firearms: Identifying Trends and Contextual Characteristics to Inform Prevention Strategies.” ($15,000)
Katie Combs: “Understanding and Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health of Youth with Child Welfare Involvement.” ($12,000)
Mara Goldman: “Covid-19, Tourism, and Conservation in Dryland Africa: Changing environments and populations” ($10,000)
Morteza Karimzadeh: “Spatiotemporal Forecasting of COVID-19 Cases and Early Detection of Variant Hotspots.” ($3,000)
2020-2021 Pilot Projects
Jane Menken: “Fertility, family planning, and reproductive health in Honduras under four municipal governance models.” ($2,000)
David Pyrooz: “Views from the inside: Prisoners on COVID‐19 risk and responses.” ($2,000)
Tani Barham: “The causal effect of preventative child health and family planning programs in Bangladesh on the health outcomes of participants’ children.” ($2,000)
David Cook-Martin: “Temporary Migration Schemes in the US, Australia, Canada and Germany.” ($2,000)
Ryan Masters: “Trends in obstetric practices and birth outcomes across U.S. states.” ($2,000)
Stefanie Mollborn: “How the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Shaping Health Lifestyles and Technology Use.” ($2,000)
Lori Hunter: “Does Men’s Engagement Matter? Women’s Use of Antenatal Care.” ($2,000)
Krister Andersson: “Household level Determinants in the Relationship Between Population Dynamics and Deforestation in Rural Settlements of the Amazon.” ($2,000)
Colleen Reid: “Understanding the mental health impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak and social distancing policies in Denver, CO.” ($2,000)
Francisca Antman: “Long‐Run Effects of Desegregating Mexican‐American Schools in the United States.” ($2,000)
Fernando Riosmena: “Understanding Latino aging in the Era of COVID.” ($2,000)
Lori Peek: “COVID-19 Research in Puerto Rico and Globally in the Public Health and the Social Sciences.” ($2,000)