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Research from 2021

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Health and Social Impacts of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Uninsured Communities in the City of New Haven, Eesha Dave, Betty Duran-Becerra, Alyssa Kim, Senyte Pierce, and Weixi Wu

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Does rental assistance improve mental health? Insights from a longitudinal cohort study, Whitney Denary, Andrew Fenelon, Penelope Shlesinger, Jonathan Purtle, Kim M. Blankenship, and Danya Keene

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From Tent City to Tiny House Villages: Exploring Non-traditional Transitional Housing Models for New Haven, Anna Kapolka; Seema Doshi; John Park; Lakai Legg; Debbie Humphries , (Faculty Advisor); Mark Colville; and André Medeiros

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The Effects of Rental Assistance on Housing Stability, Quality, Autonomy, and Affordability, Rebecca Shapiro MPH, Kim Blankenship PhD, Alana Rosenberg MPH, and Danya Keene PhD

Research from 2020

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Medical Exemption From Disconnection of Utilities in Connecticut, Peter A. Kahn MD, Krishna R. Daggula MS, Wei Teng PhD, Richard C. Hintz MS, and Gretchen Berland MD

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COVID-19 and Hidden Housing Vulnerabilities: Implications for Health Equity, New Haven, Connecticut, Alana Rosenberg, Danya E. Keene, Penelope Schlesinger, Allison K. Groves, and Kim M. Blankenship

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Documenting the Impact of a Food Pantry Program in Promoting Stability and Independence Among New Haven Residents, Victoria Tran, Rucha Kandlur, Lakai Legg, Jakyung Lee, Debbie Humphries, Parmida Zarei, Bonita Grubbs, Nicole Smith, Mary Tyrrell, and Kelsey Hitchcock

Research from 2018

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Assessing Low-Income Community Members' Views on Food Access and Farmers' Markets in New Haven, Hillary Chisholm, Joey Clingerman, Libby Didomizio, Janine Kara, Emmy Pieper, Jieqiong Zhou, Debbie Humphries, Rachel Perler, and Amelia Reese Masterson

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Public Health Implications of Evictions: Modeling the Costs for Landlords, Tenants, and Society, Sam Levy, Madelynn Tice, Maria Sperduto, Ryan Yucha, Rachel Perler, Billy Huang, Debbie Humphries, and Jack Tsai