Thursday, April 11 / 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Griffin Hall (Level 2)

Poster Session 5
Health & Mortality 1

1. Substance Use Among Asian American Subgroups: A Longitudinal Analysis of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult HealthZobayer Ahmmad ; Daniel E. Adkins, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Bethany Everett, University of Illinois at Chicago.

2. Evaluating Causes of Geographic Disparities in Life Expectancy Using Partitioning ApproachIgor Akushevich , Duke University; Julia Kravchenko, Duke University; Arseniy Yashkin, Duke University; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University.

3. Time Trend Partitioning of Breast Cancer Prevalence and MortalityIgor Akushevich, Duke University; Arseniy Yashkin, Duke University; Julia Kravchenko, Duke University; Bryce Durgin, Duke University; Rachel Greenup, Duke Medical Center; Shelley Hwang, Duke University; Kenneth C. Land , Duke University; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University.

4. Self-reported Physical Health Outcomes of Caregivers Raising Very Low or Low Birth Weight ChildrenJennifer Andersen , University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

5. A Nationwide Investigation of the Effects of the Tipped Worker Subminimum Wage on Infant Size for Gestational AgeSarah Andrea ; Julia Goodman, OHSU-PSU School of Public Health; Miguel Marino, Oregon Health & Science University; Lynne Messer, The Ohio State University; Janne Boone-Heinonen, The Ohio State University.

6. Stress–to–CVD Pathways and Midlife Mortality Among U.S. Non-Hispanic White FemalesSerge Atherwood , University of Texas at San Antonio; Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio.

7. Lingering Questions: Race, Health, and the Role of NGOs in OhioCoralia Balasca , The Ohio State University; Christina Bijou, The Ohio State University.

8. Understanding the Role of Parents in Reinforcing Inequalities Over the Life CourseRakesh Banerjee ; Farhan Majid, Rice University.

9. Status of Young Mother’s Nutrition and Its Association With Birth Weight in IndiaAnuja Banerjee , Family Planning Association of India; Junaid Khan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Aparajita Chattopadhyay, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

10. Effects of Birth Intervals Vary With Level of Development: Evidence From the Utah Population Database, 1870–2016Kieron Barclay , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Ken R. Smith, University of Utah.

11. Interpregnancy Intervals and Perinatal and Child Health in Sweden: A Comparison Within Families and Across Social GroupsKieron Barclay , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Anna Baranowska-Rataj, Umeå University; Martin Kolk, Stockholm University; Anneli Ivarsson, Umeå University.

12. Encouraging Full Immunization in Ethiopia Through Health Worker FeedbackJeremy Barofsky, ideas42; Saugato Datta , ideas42; Abebual Demilew, Zerihun Associates; Tewodros Zerihun, Zerihun Associates.

13. A Counterfactual Approach to Analyzing the Effect of College Expansion on HealthShawn Bauldry , Purdue University; Robert Frase, Purdue University.

14. Health Status and Health Insurance in Same-Sex Married CouplesEdward Berchick , U.S. Census Bureau.

15. Towards a Diversification of Causes of DeathsMarie-Pier Bergeron-Boucher , Interdisciplinary Center on Population Dynamics (CPop), University of Southern Denmark.

16. The Impact of Unemployment on Depression: Combining the Parametric G-Formula and Individual Intercepts to Adjust for Time-Varying Confounding and Unobserved SelectionMaarten J. Bijlsma, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Ben Wilson, Stockholm University; Lasse Tarkiainen, University of Helsinki; Mikko Myrskyla , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

17. Generational Differences in Sexual Identity Development Milestones in a Nationally Representative Sample of LGB PeopleMeg Bishop , University of Texas at Austin; Allen Mallory, University of Texas at Austin; Jessica Fish, University of Maryland; Stephen T. Russell, University of Texas at Austin.

18. Co-Factors of Hypertension and Decomposition of Inequalities in Its Prevalence in India: Evidence From NFHS-4Ayantika Biswas , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rakesh Kumar Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

19. Risk Factors for Under-5 Mortality: Evidence From Ethiopian Demographic and Health SurveysFikrewold Bitew , University of Texas at San Antonio; Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio.

20. Is Fundamental Causality a Network Phenomenon? Network Education and Individuals’ HealthDustin Brown , Mississippi State University; Lucie Kalousova, Nuffield College, University of Oxford.

21. The Impact of Residential Schooling on Indigenous Health in Canada, Australia and the United States: A Systematic ReviewHelen Cerigo ; Alexander Levesque, University of Western Ontario; Nancy Wu, McGill University; Amelie Quesnel Vallee, McGill University.

22. Social Media Representation and Illness Detection on Social Media: Foodborne Illness as a Case StudyNina Cesare , Boston University; Quynh Nguyen, University of Maryland; Christan Grant, University of Oklahoma; Elaine Nsoesie, Boston University.

23. Representation and Bias in Self-reported Physical Activity Across Social Media PlatformsNina Cesare , Boston University; Christan Grant, University of Oklahoma; Elaine Nsoesie, Boston University.

24. The Influence of Sleep Duration and Sleep Problems on Health: Do Types of Work Shift Matter?Lei Chai , University of Toronto; Scott Schieman, University of Toronto.

25. Men in Maternal Care in India: Evidence From Large Scale SurveyAparajita Chattopadhyay , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Dipti Govil, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

26. The Importance of Perceived Network Support for Negative Life Events and Sleep Disruption: A Longitudinal Fixed-Effects AnalysisStephanie Child ; Emily Ruppel, University of California, Berkeley; Ruijie Zhong, University of California, Berkeley; Leora Lawton, University of California, Berkeley.

27. Measured and Diagnosed Diabetes and Mortality in the United StatesDaesung Choi , University of Pennsylvania.

28. Physician Race/Ethnicity and African American Women’s Reproductive HealthAngela Clague , University of California, Los Angeles; Julien O. Teitler, Columbia University; Rayven Plaza, Columbia University; Kayuet Liu, University of California, Los Angeles.

29. Quantifying the Contributions of Training Data and Algorithm Logic to the Performance of Automated Cause-Assignment Algorithms for Verbal AutopsySamuel J. Clark , The Ohio State University; Zehang Li, Yale University; Tyler McCormick, University of Washington, Seattle.

30. Identifying and Typing Latent Neuropathology Using Pattern Recognition on Longitudinal DataSean A. P. Clouston , Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY); Yun Zhang, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY).

31. The Association Between Neonatal Death and Facility Birth in Regions of IndiaDiane Coffey , Population Research Center.

32. Is the Social Gradient in Mortality Cause Specific? Social Class and Cause-Specific Mortality Over the Last Two Centuries in Southern SwedenEnrico Debiasi , Lund University; Martin Dribe, Lund University.

33. Does the Preference of Childbirth Locations Change for Successive Births in India? Evidence From States and Regions of IndiaBidyadhar Dehury , India Health Action Trust (IHAT); Mithlesh Chourase, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

34. Alcohol Impaired Driving Deaths and the Religious Composition of U.S. CountiesLeah Drakeford .

35. Life Course Determinants of Muscle Weakness: The Role of Stress and TraumaKate Duchowny , University of California, San Francisco; Maggie Hicken, University of Michigan; Philippa Clarke, University of Michigan.

36. Profiling HIV-Prevalence Among Women in East Africa: Who Are Most at Risk?Jacques B. O. Emina , University of Kinshasa.

37. Weight Differentials at Birth and Early Childhood by Nativity in France: A Growing GapTatiana Eremenko ; Hector Cebolla-Boado; Leire Salazar, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED).

38. The Impact of Violence in Venezuelan Life Expectancy and Lifespan InequalityJenny Garcia , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Jose Aburto, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

39. Diagonal Reference Modeling of Effects of Couples' Educational Differences on Women's Health Care Utilisation in Sub-Saharan Africa.Gebrenegus Ghilagaber , Stockholm University.

40. Determining Gentrification's Relationship to Low Birthweight in Los AngelesJoseph Gibbons , San Diego State University; Kyla Thomas, University of Southern California; Audrey N. Beck, San Diego State University; Brian K. Finch, University of Southern California.

41. Without Antibiotics and Quality of Life—The Role of Education: Decrease of Infant Mortality, Catalonia 1900–1950Margarita Gonzalvo-Cirac , Universitat Internacional Catalunya (UIC); Victoria Roque Sanchez, Researcher; Michel Zabalza, Professor; Isabel Morales Benito, Professor.

42. Sex Gaps in Potential Gain in Life Expectancy After Partial and Complete Elimination of a Specific Cause of Death in Urban IndiaBal Kishan Gulati , National Institute of Medical Statistics.

43. Work at Night: Psychological Health Implication of Night Work on Women Call Center EmployeesAmrita Gupta , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

44. Obesity Prevalence and Incidence Through Elementary School in the United StatesShakia Hardy , Emory University; Carmen Ng, Emory University; Michael R. Kramer, Emory University; Solveig Cunningham, Emory University.

45. A Culture of Fear Embodied: Do Gendered Patterns of Fear and Avoidance Contribute to Gender Disparities in Mental Health?Catherine Harnois, Wake Forest University; João Luiz Dornelles Bastos, University of Santa Catarina; Renee Luthra , University of Essex; Alita Nandi, University of Essex.

46. An Application of the Ecological Model to the Causes and Prevention of Sexual Harassment in Informal Areas of Greater CairoRasha Hassan , Population Council; Rania Roushdy, The American University in Cairo; Maia Sieverding, American University of Beirut.

47. The Effect of in Utero Exposure to the 1918 Influenza Pandemic on Life Expectancy in the United StatesElaine M. Hernandez , Indiana University; Jonas Helgertz, University of Minnesota/Lund University; John R. Warren, University of Minnesota; Florencia Torche, Stanford University; Claire Margerison, Michigan State University; Elizabeth Anderson, Indiana University.

48. The Relationship Between Education and Type 2 Diabetes Morbidity: Decomposing Change for Cohorts Born Between 1935–1954Erik Hernandez , Pennsylvania State University.

49. A Mother’s Death and Child Survival: A Comparative Analysis of Two Demographic Surveillance Sites in Rural South AfricaBrian Houle , Australian National University; Chodziwadziwa Kabudula, University of the Witwatersrand; Kobus Herbst, Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies; Samuel J. Clark, The Ohio State University.

50. The Influence of Childhood SES on Perceived Neighborhood Cohesion and Levels of Physical Activity Among Older AdultsCassandra Hua , Miami University of Ohio.

51. Grandparents’ Wealth and the Body Mass Index Trajectories of GrandchildrenYing Huang , University of Texas at San Antonio.

52. Disability, Medical Expenses, and State Medicaid Expansion StatusHeide Jackson , U.S. Census Bureau.

53. The Effect of Unemployment on Health and Mortality: A Longitudinal Study on Workplace Downsizing and Closure.Liina Junna , University of Helsinki; Heta Moustgaard, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki.

54. Discrimination, Stress, and Depressive Symptoms in the Context of Interracial Relationships: Evidence From the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult HealthClaire M. Kamp Dush, The Ohio State University; Patricia Pittman , The Ohio State University.

55. The Association Between Depression and Subjective Sleep Quality: Truth or Reporting Bias?Fabrice Kampfen, University of Lausanne, Switzerland; Zhiyong Huang , Southwestern University of Finance and Economics.

56. Socioeconomic and Demographic Disparities in Ownership and Use of Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets for Preventing Malaria Among Rural Reproductive-Aged Women in Northern GhanaEdmund Kanmiki ; John Awoonor-Williams, Ghana Health Service; James F. Phillips, Columbia University; Stephen P. Kachur, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University; Fabian Achana; James Akazili, Navrongo Health Research Centre; Ayaga A. Bawah, University of Ghana.

57. Examining the Effects of Timing of Earned Income Tax Credit on Preterm Births in California: Can a Natural Experiment Inform the Best Points of Intervention?Deborah Karasek , University of California, San Francisco; Akansha Batra, University of California, San Francisco; Rebecca Baer, University of California, San Diego; Laura Jelliffe-Pawlowski, University of California, San Francisco; Rita Hamad, University of California, San Francisco.

58. Heroin Initiation Among Unemployed or Uninsured Prescription Opioid UsersWilliam Kazanis .

59. Social Desirability Bias and Mixed-Mode Public Opinion Surveys About Health-Related TaxationMelissa Knox , University of Washington, Seattle; Vanessa Oddo, University of Washington, Seattle; Jessica Jones-Smith, University of Washington, Seattle.

60. Impacts of Maternal Histories of Violence and Displacement on Offspring Health at the Thai-Myanmar BorderStephanie Koning , Northwestern University.

61. Single Fathers High Risk to Die: A Longitudinal Analysis of Mortality for Single and Partnered Parents in DenmarkMine Kühn , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Angela Carollo, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Linda Ahrenfeldt, Unit of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Department of Public Health, University of Southern Denmark.

62. New Evidence of Skin Color Bias and Health Outcomes Using Sibling Difference ModelsThomas Laidley , New York University (NYU); Benjamin Domingue, University of Colorado Boulder; Kathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Piyapat Sinsub, Princeton University; Dalton Conley, New York University (NYU).

63. Trends in Triple Burden of Nutrition Among Women and Children in India: A ParadoxTejal Lakhan ; Sayeed Unisa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Chandana Maitra, Researcher.

64. Lung Cancer Mortality Among Nonsmokers in the United States: Estimating Smoking-Attributable Mortality With Nationally Representative DataJoseph Lariscy , University of Memphis; Robert Hummer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado Boulder.

65. Emerging Disparities in E-Cigarette UseElizabeth Lawrence , University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Cassidy Lopez, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Korey Tillman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

66. Optimal Maternal Nutrition Policy in IndiaNicholas Lawson , Université du Québec à Montréal; Dean Spears, Delhi School of Economics.

67. Does Rural Residence Cause Weight Gain?: Longitudinal Evidence of BMI Change in a Nationally Representative CohortMark Lee , University of Minnesota.

68. Prevalence of Comorbid Conditions and Utilization Patterns Among Medicaid Expansion EnrolleesXinqi Li , Brown University.

69. Effect of 24-Month Physical Activity on Cognitive Frailty and the Role of Inflammation: The Life Randomized Clinical TrialZuyun Liu , Yale University; Fang-Chi Hsu, Wake Forest University; Andrea Trombetti, Geneva University; Abby King, Stanford University; Christine Liu, Tufts University; Todd Manini, University of Florida; Roger Fielding, Tufts University; Marco Pahor, University of Florida; Anne Newman, University of Pittsburgh; Stephen Kritchevsky, Wake Forest University; Thomas Gill, Yale University.

70. The Association Between the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Reduced Disparities in Health Care Access by English Language ProficiencyTianyi Lu , University of Southern California; Rebecca Myerson, University of Southern California.

71. Forecasting the Prevalence of Overweight/Obesity in India to 2040 Using a Dynamic Markov ModelShammi Luhar ; Rebecca Jones, Emory University; Solveig Cunningham, Emory University; Shivani Patel, Emory University; Sanjay Kinra, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Rein Houben, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).

72. Prevalence of Childhood Diarrhea and Treatment Practices Adopted by Women in Northeast India.Strong Marbaniang ; H. Lhungdim, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

73. Ideal Cardiovascular Health in Adolescence and Young Adulthood: An International ComparisonMelissa L. Martinson , University of Washington, Seattle; Hazal Ercin, University of Washington, Seattle; Nancy Reichman, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

74. Alcohol Consumption and Mortality Risk in the United StatesMuntasir Masum , University of Texas at San Antonio; Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio.

75. Association of the Operation Peacemaker Fellowship in Richmond, California With City-Level Firearm and Nonfirearm Homicide and Assault: A Quasi-Experimental StudyEllicott Matthay , Evidence for Action; Kriszta Farkas, University of California, Berkeley; Kara Rudolph, University of California, Davis; Scott Zimmerman, University of California, Berkeley; Melissa Barragan, University of California, Irvine; Dana Goin, University of California, Berkeley; Jennifer Ahern, University of California, Berkeley.

76. Age Distribution, Trends, and Forecasts of Under-5 Mortality in Sub-Saharan AfricaIvan Mejia , Stanford University; Wenyun Zuo, Stanford University; Eran Bendavid, Stanford University; Nan Li, United Nations; Shripad Tuljapurkar, Stanford University.

77. Early to Work, Early to Rise? Gender Differences in the Relationship of Wake Time to Employment and Childcare Schedules Among Working-Age U.S. AdultsJess Meyer , Northwestern University.

78. Childhood Socioeconomic Status and Genetic Risk for Poorer Cognition in Later LifeSara Moorman , Boston College; Kyle Carr, Boston College; Emily Greenfield, Rutgers University.

79. Response to Sexual Assault in Bogotá, Colombia: A Qualitative Evaluation of Health Providers’ Readiness and Role in Policy ImplementationSophie Morse , University of Texas at Austin; Michele Decker, Johns Hopkins University.

80. Effects of Household Member Mortality on Mental Health: Evidence From South AfricaEllen Moscoe , University of Pennsylvania; Harsha Thirumurthy, University of Pennsylvania.

81. Application of a Singular Value Decomposition-Based Factorization and Parsimonious Component Model of Mortality to HIV Epidemics in AfricaJonathan Muir , The Ohio State University; Samuel J. Clark, The Ohio State University.

82. Is the Story About Worrying Women and Stoical Men True? Gender Differences in Health After Adjustment for Reporting BehaviorAnna Oksuzyan , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Maciej Danko, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Jennifer Caputo, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Domantas Jasilionis, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and Vytautas Magnus University; Vladimir M. Shkolnikov, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and New Economic School, Russia.

83. The Health Effects of Noncontributory Pension Expansion: Korean EvidenceTae-Young Pak , University of Alabama.

84. Socioeconomic Gradients in Low Birthweight in Three CountriesLidia Panico , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Alice Goisis, University College London; Melissa L. Martinson, University of Washington, Seattle; Beth Stuart, University of Southampton.

85. Do Conditional Cash Transfer Programs Reduce Infant Mortality? Long-term Evidence From MexicoSusan Parker, University of Maryland; Soomin Ryu , University of Maryland.

86. The Impact of Child Marriage on Utilization of Maternal Health Care Services in India: Evidence From a Nationally Representative Cross-Sectional SurveyPintu Paul , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

87. Older Mother’s Health and Adult Children’s Education: Conceptualization of Adult Children’s Education and Mother-Child RelationshipsSiyun Peng , Purdue University; Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; J. Jill Suitor, Purdue University; Megan Gilligan, Iowa State University.

88. Spatial-Temporal Variation in Population and Household Infrastructure Exposed to Urban Flood Risks in India, 2000–2014Jessie Pinchoff , Population Council; Mark R. Montgomery, Population Council; Deborah L. Balk, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Hasim Engin, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY).

89. Short-Term and Long-Term Exposure of Ambient Air Pollution and Its Impact on Respiratory Morbidity and Mortality: A Systematic ReviewRahul Rajak , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Aparajita Chattopadhyay, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

90. Child Nutrition in India: Composite Index of Anthropometric FailuresSripriya Reddy , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

91. The Impact of Parental and Own Unemployment on the Health of Adolescents in Portugal: Evidence From the Epiteen CohortErica Reinhard , King's College London / Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam; Ana Isabel Ribeiro, University of Porto, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Predictive Medicine, and Public Health; Sílvia Fraga, University of Porto, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Predictive Medicine, and Public Health; Emilie Courtin, Harvard University; Henrique Barros, University of Porto, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Predictive Medicine, and Public Health; Mauricio Avendano, King's College London / Harvard University.

92. Selected, Scarred, and Strengthened: The Postwar Survival of World War I Prisoners of WarEvan Roberts , University of Minnesota; Amy Verrando, University of Minnesota.

93. Assessing the Role of Women’s Autonomy and Acceptability of Intimate Partner Violence on Maternal Health Care Utilization in 63 Low- and Middle-Income CountriesPooja Sripad , Population Council; Charlotte Warren, Population Council; Michelle J. Hindin, Johns Hopkins University; Mahesh Karra, Boston University.

94. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Smoking Trajectories From Adolescence to Mid-AdulthoodJuhee Woo , University of Colorado Boulder.

95. Rural/Urban and Racial Disparities in Infectious Mortality in the United States, 1922–1944Elizabeth Wrigley-Field , University of Minnesota, Twin Cities; jim saliba, University of Minnesota; James Feigenbaum, Boston University; Christopher Muller, University of California, Berkeley.

96. Do Reporting Styles Affect the Predictive Utility of Self-rated Health?Qiong Wu , Institute of Social Science Survey, Peking University; Peikang Zhang, Peking University.

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