Publications

Publications

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.

2019

Messier K.P., Wheeler D.C., Flory A.R., Jones R.R., Nolan B.T., and Ward M.H. (2019).

Modeling groundwater nitrate exposure in private wells of North Carolina for the Agricultural Health Study.

Stewart D.R., Best A.F., Williams G.M., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Harris A.K., Kratz C.P., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., Rosenberg P.S., Hill D.A., and Schultz K.A.P. (2019).

Neoplasm risk among individuals with a pathogenic germline variant in DICER1.

Wright K., Fisher C., Rising C., Burke-Garcia A., Afanaseva D., and Cai X. (2019).

Partnering with mommy bloggers to disseminate breast cancer risk information: Social media intervention.

Noel V.A., Acquilano S.C., Carpenter-Song E., and Drake R.E. (2019).

Use of mobile and computer devices to support recovery in people with serious mental illness: Survey study.

Adler C., Friesen M.C., Yeboah E.D., Tettey Y., Biritwum R.B., Adjei A.A., Tay E., Okyne V., Mensah J.E., Truelove A., Yang B., Kelly S.P., Zhou C.K., McCullough L.E., Pardo L., Hoover R.N., Hsing A.W., Cook M.B., and Koutros S. (2019).

Usual adult occupation and risk of prostate cancer in West African men: The Ghana Prostate Study.

Stanton C.A., Bansal-Travers M., Johnson A.L., Sharma E., Katz L., Ambrose B.K., Silveira M.L., Day H., Sargent J., Borek N., Compton W.M., Johnson S., Kimmel H., Kaufman A.R., Limpert J., Abrams D., Cummings K.M., Goniewicz M.L., Tanski S., Travers M.J., Hyland A.J., and Pearson J.L. (2019).

Longitudinal e-cigarette and cigarette use among US youth in the PATH Study (2013-2015).

Wang Y., Wong L.Y., Meng L., Pittman E.N., Trinidad D.A., Hubbard K.L., Etheredge A., Del Valle-Pinero A.Y., Zamoiski R., van Bemmel D.M., Borek N., Patel V., Kimmel H.L., Conway K.P., Lawrence C., Edwards K.C., Hyland A., Goniewicz M.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., and Calafat A.M. (2019).

Urinary concentrations of monohydroxylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in adults from the U.S. Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study Wave 1 (2013-2014).

2018

Jones R.R., VoPham T., Sevilla B., Airola M., Flory A.R., Deziel N.C., Nuckols J.R., Pronk A., Laden F., and Ward M.H. (2018).

Verifying locations of sources of historical environmental releases of dioxin-like compounds in the U.S.: Implications for exposure assessment and epidemiologic inference.

Young D.L. and Choi J. (2018).

Information and computer technologies for Improving international assessment.

Robins C. (2018).

Qualitative research.

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