Monthly Archives: December 2017


A cluster of vitreoretinal lymphoma in New York with possible link to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster

By |December 4th, 2017|Population Health, Research Highlights|

Leukemia & Lymphoma Kempin, Sanford, Paul T. Finger, Robert Peter Gale, John Rescigno, Jeffrey Rubin, Walter Choi, Rebecca Fisher, Alexander Aizman, Ilona Genis, Stephen C. Malamud, and Roxana Moslehi*. Click here for the full article * Denotes CSDA Associates, Affiliates, and Staff

Incorporating Space in Multimethod Research: Combining Spatial Analysis with Case-Study Research

By |December 4th, 2017|Research Highlights, Spatial Inequality|

PS: Political Science & Politics Harbers, Imke, and Matthew C. Ingram* Most outcomes that social scientists care about—including democracy, development, institutions, participation, and violence—are not distributed randomly across geographic space. Similar units are often located near one another so that phenomena of interest tend to cluster or exhibit similar patterns in space, making these phenomena [...]

Assessment of Mediastinal Lymph Node Size in Pneumococcal Pneumonia with Bacteremia

By |December 4th, 2017|Population Health|

Lung Chopra, Amit, Aakash Modi, Haroon Chaudhry, Recai Yucel*, Neha Rane, John Fantauzzi, Frederic J. Hellwitz, and Marc A. Judson. Abstract INTRODUCTION: The significance of mediastinal lymphadenopathy in bacterial pneumonia is unclear. METHODS: We performed a retrospective analysis of mediastinal lymph node size determined by chest CT in patients with bacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia. All patients [...]

Education with Racial Justice

By |December 4th, 2017|News|

December 4, 2017 CSDA Associate Kathryn Schiller discussed about her new project on Education with Racial Justice. Read more at  the UAlbany NewsCenter.

Breaking the Cycle

By |December 1st, 2017|News|

Nov. 23, 2017 CSDA Associate Melissa Tracy and Allison Appleton found a link suggesting the cycle of violence in families can be broken if the mother receives social support and if there is paternal involvement during a particular key year in the child’s life. Read more at  the UAlbany NewsCenter.