The Community Mental Health Journal has just accepted a paper on the experience of homeless women with children, titled "Characteristics of Mothers Caring for Children during Episodes of Homelessness" by Melissa Welch-Lazoritz, Les Whitbeck, and Brian Armenta.
This study provides a description of the physical, psychological,
The findings from the Street Outreach Program Data Collection Project were included in a recent Huffington Post article about youth homelessness.
Read the full article here.
In collaboration with Social Network Research Group at CUNY, the REACH Lab has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation, Division of Astronomical Sciences, as part of the Enhancing Access to the Radio Spectrum (EARS) program. the research will take place between August
Predictors of Police Reporting Among Hispanic Immigrant Victims of Violence
in RACE AND JUSTICE
The purpose of this study was to examine predictors of police reporting among Hispanic immigrant victims of violence. A sample of 127 Hispanic immigrants was generated through a chain-referral procedure
In collaboration with the Social Network Research Group, we are pleased to announce the launch of two new social network data collection software tools.
SNAPT was developed by the SNRG and REACH Teams as open-source software under NIH R34MH096884; NSF ARC-0908155 and National Science Foundation Social
Dombrowski, Khan, & Reyes' new NIH/NIDA funded grant, Injection Risk Networks in Rural Puerto Rico, was featured on UNL Today last week. This project will study HIV risk among injection drug users in central rural Puerto Rico (including the areas of Cayey, Cidra, Aguas Buenas,
Dr. Dombrowski’s Injection Risk Networks in rural Puerto Rico grant was featured on UNL Today.
Read the full article here.
July 2014-April 2017. “Developing Effective Proximal Care to Prevent Rural Alaska Native Youth Suicide”
Kirk Dombrowski and Lisa Wexler, Principal Investigators (in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts, $706,603).
The rate of suicide for rural, American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth represents a significant health disparity. AI/AN suicide
PIs Kirk Dombrowski (UNL), Bilal Khan (CUNY), Juan Carlos Reyes (UPRMC); Project Director Melissa Welch Lazoritz (UNL); Senior Investigators Roberto Abadie (UNL), Camila Gelpi-Acosta (CUNY); Consultants Richard Garfein (UCSD); Ric Curtis (CUNY)
Injection Risk Networks in Rural Puerto Rico
The most recent HIV surveillance data from the Centers for
Towards a Formal Understanding of Bateson's Rule: Chromatic Symmetry in Cyclic Boolean Networks and its Relationship to Organism Growth and Cell Differentiation
Yuri Cantor, Bilal Khan, and Kirk Dombrowski
There has been considerable prior research on the biological processes of morphogenesis and cellular differentiation, and the manner by which these processes