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Renee Mehra, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Family Health Care Nursing
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    Yale University, New Haven, CTPhD05/2020Public Health
    London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UKMS2009Epidemiology
    University of Queensland, Brisbane, AustraliaBS (Honors)1999Biochemistry
    Australian National University, Canberra, AustraliaBS1998Life Sciences

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    Renée Mehra is an ACTIONS Postdoctoral Fellow. Her research explores how social and psychosocial factors influence inequities in maternal and infant health. Using ecosocial and intersectionality frameworks, her research examines mechanistic pathways and health and social policies that may reduce these health inequities.

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    1. Considerations to promote sustainability of community health worker programs to improve maternal health. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health. 2020; 11:1-8. Mehra R, Boyd LM, Lewis J, Cunningham SD.View Publication.
    2. Black pregnant women “get the most judgment”: a qualitative study of the experiences of Black women at the intersection of race, gender, and pregnancy. Women’s Health Issues. 2020. Mehra R, Boyd LM, Magriples U, Kershaw TS, Ickovics JR, Keene DE.View Publication.
    3. Racial and ethnic disparities in adverse birth outcomes: Differences by racial residential segregation. SSM Population Health. 2019; 8. Mehra R, Keene DE, Kershaw TS, Ickovics JR, Warren JL.View Publication.
    4. Area-level deprivation and preterm birth: cross-sectional results from a national, commercially-insured population. BMC Public Health. 2019; 19(1):236. Mehra R, Shebl FM, Cunningham SD, Magriples U, Barrette E, Herrera C, Kozhimannil KB, Ickovics JR.View Publication.
    5. Recommendations for the pilot expansion of Medicaid coverage for doulas in New York State. American Journal of Public Health. 2019; 109(2):217-219. Mehra R, Cunningham SD, Lewis JB, Thomas JL, Ickovics JR.View Publication.
    6. Combining phylogenetic and network approaches to identify HIV-1 transmission links in San Mateo County, California. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2018; 9:2799. Dalai SC, Junqueira DM, Wilkinson E, Mehra R, Kosakovsky Pond SL, Levy V, Israelski D, de Oliveira T, Katzenstein D.View Publication.
    7. Why people smoke: addressing the ‘causes of causes’ of health inequities. 2018. Mehra R.. View Publication.
    8. Trump’s housing cuts put Americans’ health at risk. 2018. Mehra R.. View Publication.
    9. Racial residential segregation and adverse birth outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Social Science & Medicine. 2017; 191:237-50. Mehra R, Boyd LM, Ickovics JR.View Publication.
    10. Anemia in older persons: etiology and evaluation. Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases. 2011; 46(2):159-65. Price EA, Mehra R, Holmes TH, Schrier SL.View Publication.