Alicia Riley, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Epidemiology & Biostatistics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address550 16th. Street
San Francisco CA 94158
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    University of Chicago, Chicago, ILPhD06/2019Sociology
    University of Chicago, Chicago, ILMA03/2015Sociology
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MDMPH05/2012Epidemiology/Biostatistics
    Stanford University, Stanford, CAMA12/2008Latin American Studies
    Stanford University, Stanford, CABA06/2007Human Biology w/ Honors
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    National Opinion Research Center2019  - 2021NSHAP Fellow

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    I am a sociologist whose research focuses on the social causes of population health inequality. I have methodological expertise in complex survey analysis and substantive knowledge in older adult health, life course theory, racialization, and health inequality theory. By leveraging multiple data sources including population-based surveys, state policy data, and historical data on events or exposures, as well as innovative study design and estimation approaches, I seek to reveal social processes and policies that reduce social disparities in health and mortality.

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    1. Estimating the effects of Mexico to U.S. migration on elevated depressive symptoms: evidence from pooled cross-national cohorts. Ann Epidemiol. 2021 Aug 23. Murchland AR, Hazzouri AZA, Zhang L, Elfassy T, Grasset L, Riley A, Wong R, Haan M, Jones RN, Torres JM, Glymour MM. PMID: 34438024.
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    2. Geographically-targeted COVID-19 vaccination is more equitable and averts more deaths than age-based thresholds alone. medRxiv. 2021 Jul 07. Wrigley-Field E, Kiang MV, Riley AR, Barbieri M, Chen YH, Duchowny KA, Matthay EC, Van Riper D, Jegathesan K, Bibbins-Domingo K, Leider JP. PMID: 33791718.
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    3. Excess mortality among Latino people in California during the COVID-19 pandemic. SSM Popul Health. 2021 Sep; 15:100860. Riley AR, Chen YH, Matthay EC, Glymour MM, Torres JM, Fernandez A, Bibbins-Domingo K. PMID: 34307826.
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    4. Excess mortality associated with the COVID-19 pandemic among Californians 18-65 years of age, by occupational sector and occupation: March through November 2020. PLoS One. 2021; 16(6):e0252454. Chen YH, Glymour M, Riley A, Balmes J, Duchowny K, Harrison R, Matthay E, Bibbins-Domingo K. PMID: 34086762.
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    5. Projected All-Cause Deaths Attributable to COVID-19-Related Unemployment in the United States. Am J Public Health. 2021 Apr; 111(4):696-699. Matthay EC, Duchowny KA, Riley AR, Galea S. PMID: 33600244.
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    6. Cross-national Differences in the Association Between Retirement and Memory Decline. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2021 02 17; 76(3):620-631. Mäcken J, Riley AR, Glymour MM. PMID: 33301002.
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    7. Excess death among Latino people in California during the COVID-19 pandemic. medRxiv. 2021 Jan 25. Riley AR, Chen YH, Matthay EC, Glymour MM, Torres JM, Fernandez A, Bibbins-Domingo K. PMID: 33532794.
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    8. Association of US state policy orientation with adverse birth outcomes: a longitudinal analysis. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2021 Jan 06. Riley AR, Collin D, Grumbach JM, Torres JM, Hamad R. PMID: 33408163.
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    9. A human-machine partnered approach for identifying social media signals of elevated traumatic grief in Chicago gang territories. PLoS One. 2020; 15(7):e0236625. Stuart F, Riley A, Pourreza H. PMID: 32730354.
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    10. Advancing the study of health inequality: Fundamental causes as systems of exposure. SSM Popul Health. 2020 Apr; 10:100555. Riley AR. PMID: 32099895.
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    11. Neighborhood Disadvantage, Residential Segregation, and Beyond-Lessons for Studying Structural Racism and Health. J Racial Ethn Health Disparities. 2018 04; 5(2):357-365. Riley AR. PMID: 28573643.
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    12. Racial Differences in the Effects of Neighborhood Disadvantage on Residential Mobility in Later Life. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2016 11; 71(6):1131-1140. Riley A, Hawkley LC, Cagney KA. PMID: 27257227.
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