Westat researchers publish on a wide array of topics that further our understanding of the field and focus on improving lives through research. Selected publications that communicate our findings, including books, peer-reviewed articles and technical reports, conference proceedings, and more are presented here.


de Winter L., Couwenbergh C., van Weeghel J., Sanches S., Michon H., and Bond G.R. (2022).

Who benefits from individual placement and support? A meta-analysis.

Anderson C.E., Martinez C.E., Ritchie L.D., Paolicelli C., Reat A., Borger C., and Whaley S.E. (2022).

Longer WIC participation duration is associated with higher diet quality at age 5 years.

Sugarbaker P.H. and Chang D. (2022).

Lymph node positive pseudomyxoma peritonei.

Lartey I., Kravchenko A., Bonito G., and Melakeberhan H. (2022).

Parasitic variability of Meloidogyne hapla relative to soil groups and soil health conditions.

White J.D., Wyss A.B., Hoang T.T., Lee M., Richards M., Parks C.G., Beene-Freeman L.E., Hankinson J.L., Umbach D.M., and London S.J. (2022).

Residential wood burning and pulmonary function in the Agricultural Lung Health Study.

Kumar V. and Encinosa W.E. (2022).

Revisiting the obesity paradox in healthcare expenditures among adults with diabetes.

Jones J.M., Opsomer J.D., Stone M., Benoit T., Ferg R.A., Stramer S.L., and Busch M.P. (2022).

Updated US Infection- and vaccine-induced SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence estimates based on blood donations, July 2020–December 2021.

Treviño M., Zhu X., Lu Y.Y., Scheuer L.S., Passell E., Huang G.C., Germine L., and Horowitz T.S. (2022).

Establishing construct validity of neuropsychological tests in cancer survivors.

George P., Ghose S., Goldman H., O'Brien J., Daley T., and Rosenblatt A.B. (2022).

Growth of coordinated specialty care in the U.S. with changes in federal funding policies: 2014-2018.

Akselrod H., Byrne M., Lundberg J., Czeresnia J.M., Lucar J., Secco A., Levy M., Monroe A., Castel A., Horberg M., Doshi R., Rivasplata H., Squires L., Parenti D., and Benator D. (2022).

Improvements in virologic control among PWH over time: Narrowing the gap between those with and without STIs.

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