Monthly Archives: April 2017


The Story Behind Russia’s Male Suicide Problem

By |April 24th, 2017|

April 18, 2017

CSDA Associate, and Dean of the School of Criminal Justice, William Alex Pridemore discusses Male suicide in an article on

Finding: Dads Left Out of Important Studies

By |April 24th, 2017|

April 15, 2017

CSDA Associate Jennifer Mangenello discusses her recent research on parenting and childhood obesity on “Upstate Issues,” a production of Wild Country 99.9.

Former Chernobyl Neighbors Diagnosed with Rare Cancer Years Later, in NYC

By |April 7th, 2017|

April 3, 2017

CSDA Associate Roxana Moslehi’s research on the clustering of a rare type eye cancer was covered by Yahoo News and LiveScience.

Mobile Response: Study Finds Mobile Technology Can Help Vulnerable Populations with HIV

By |April 7th, 2017|

April 7, 2017

Research on mobile health interventions by CSDA associate Archana Krishnan was featured in the UAlbany NewsCenter and

Trends in Nonfatal Agricultural Injury in Maine and New Hampshire: Results From a Low-Cost Passive Surveillance System

By |April 5th, 2017|

Journal of Agromedicine

Erika Scott, Erin Bell*, Liane Hirabayashi, Nicole Krupa, and Paul Jenkins


Objectives: Agriculture is a dangerous industry, and although data on fatal injuries exist, less is known about nonfatal injuries. The purpose of this study is to describe trends in agricultural morbidity in Maine and New Hampshire from 2008 to 2010 using a newly […]

Positive association between short-term ambient air pollution exposure and children blood pressure in China–Result from the Seven Northeast Cities (SNEC) study

By |April 5th, 2017|

Environmental Pollution

Xiao-Wen Zeng, Zhengmin (Min) Qian, Michael G. Vaughn, Erik J. Nelson, Shyamali C. Dharmage, Gayan Bowatte, Jennifer Perret, Duo-Hong Chen, Huimin Ma, Shao Lin*, Benjamin de Foy, Li-Wen Hu, Bo-Yi Yang, Shu-Li Xu, Chuan Zhang, Yan-Peng Tian, Min Nian, Jia Wang, Xiang Xiao, Wen-Wen Bao, Ya-Zhi Zhang, and Guang-Hui Dong


The impact of ambient air […]

Race, Juvenile Transfer, and Sentencing Preferences: Findings From a Randomized Experiment

By |April 5th, 2017|

Race and Justice

Peter S. Lehmann, Justin T. Pickett*, Stephanie Bontrager Ryon, Anna E. Kosloski


In light of the expansion of punitive “get tough” policies for juvenile offenders, some researchers have uncovered evidence that juveniles who are waived to the adult court receive more severe sanctions than retained juveniles. Theoretically, the transfer status of delinquents may serve […]

State political ideology, policies and health behaviors: The case of tobacco

By |April 5th, 2017|

Social Science & Medicine

Ashley M. Fox*, Wenhui Feng, and Rakesh Yumkham


Anti-smoking campaigns are widely viewed as a success case in public health policy. However, smoking rates continue to vary widely across U.S. states and the success of anti-smoking campaigns is contingent upon states’ adoption of anti-smoking policies. Though state anti-smoking policy is a product of […]

Comparison of 5-year outcomes of paclitaxel-eluting and endeavor zotarolimus-eluting stents in New York

By |April 5th, 2017|

Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions

Feng Qian*, Ye Zhong, and Edward L. Hannan


Objectives: To evaluate long-term outcomes in patients undergoing either paclitaxel-eluting stents (PES) or endeavor zotarolimus-eluting stents (E-ZES) placement and to assess comparative effectiveness of PES vs. E-ZES in different “off-label” and “high-risk” patient subgroups.
Background: PES and E-ZES are frequently used in percutaneous coronary interventions (PCIs). […]