"Network Approaches to Substance Use and HIV/Hepatitis C Risk among Homeless Youth and Adult Women in the United States: A Review"
Kirk Dombrowski, Kelley Sittner, Devan Crawford, Melissa Welch-Lazoritz, Patrick Habecker, Bilal Khan
During the United States economic recession of 2008-2011, the number of homeless and unstably
Current Rural Drug Use in the US Midwest
Kirk Dombrowski, Devan Crawford, Bilal Khan and Kimberly Tyler
Abstract The nature and challenge of illicit drug use in the United States continues to change rapidly, evolving in reaction to myriad social, economic, and local forces. While the use
Reducing Health Disparities: Research updates from the field (Volume 1)
by Kirk Dombrowski (Author, Editor), Kimberly Gocchi Carrasco (Editor)
This volume of collected essays is a product of the 2015 Minority Health Disparities Initiative writing retreat at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The goal of UNL's MHDI is
Congratulations to REACH social network analysis undergraduate students, Miranda, Brandon, Sam, and Amanda, who presented at the Nebraska Summer Research Symposium on August 10, 2016.
Miranda Melson presenting "To Inject or Reject? The formation of Intravenous drug networks in rural Puerto Rico"
Samuel Rosenblatt presenting "An Analysis
REACH Lab Directors and University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers have earned a three-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to build a smart phone application and software that will analyze people’s behaviors, social networks and relationships in real time.
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REACH Lab directors Dr. Kirk Dombrowski and Dr. Bilal Khan were featured in the Lincoln Journal Star today for their new app focused on developing Dynamic Interaction Mobile Software.
Drs. Dombrowski and Khan want the software to benefit research in public and rural health, the workplace and
Measuring Social Behavior via Dynamic Network Interaction (R01GM118427)
PI's Bilal Khan and Kirk Dombrowski
This project will (Aim 1) build, test, and implement a cost-effective mobile/wearable cross-platform continuous time interaction (CTI) data acquisition system operated via (Aim 2) a web-based administration service. This combination of a mobile