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Adverse Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes: A multifaceted approach to examining risk factors and determinants
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chair: Timothy Ihongbe, Texas Department of State Health Services


Kaitlyn Jackson, University of California, San Francisco
Association of sugar-sweetened beverage taxes in U.S. cities and perinatal health outcomes

Holly Crowe, Boston University
Preconception pain medication use and spontaneous abortion: a prospective cohort study

Elizabeth A Suarez, Harvard University
Neonatal and Maternal Adverse Outcomes Following Use of Buprenorphine and Methadone for Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnancy

Angela Bengtson, Brown University
HIV, Cardiometabolic Health, and Birth Outcomes among HIV-infected and HIV-uninfected South African Women

Ellen C. Caniglia, University of Pennsylvania
Emulating a sequence of target trials to avoid immortal time bias in pregnancy studies – an application to antibiotic initiation and preterm delivery

Aging: From Proteins to Policy
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chairs: Diane Lauderdale, University of Chicago
Alvin Thomas, UNC Chapel Hill


Xiaojuan Liu, Stanford University
Plasma proteomic signature of decline in gait speed and grip strength

Therese Chan, uOttawa
Approaches to ascertaining hearing impairment and their impact on the studies of the association between hearing loss and dementia

Claire Adam, University of Montana
Falls and trajectories of activities of daily living in older adults

Ester Villalonga Olives, University of Maryland
The effects of volunteering in cognitive function of older adults in the Health and Retirement Study, data from 2008 to 2016.

Grace Christensen, Emory University
Joint effects of air pollution mixtures and neighborhood socioeconomic deprivation on cognitive decline in Metro Atlanta, USA

Peiyi Lu, Columbia University
The Associations of SNAP Use and Memory Function among US Older Adults: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study

Causal Inference for Policy Evaluation: Methods and Applications
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chairs: Roch Nianogo, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
Isabel Fulcher, Harvard Data Science Initiative


Dana Goin, University of California, San Francisco
The problems with two-way fixed effects: Identifying target parameters and estimating bias

Audrey Renson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Integrating g-methods with difference-in-differences: Identifying and estimating population-wide effects of sustained interventions under alternative causal assumptions

Pricila Mullachery, Drexel University
Measuring the effect of sobriety checkpoints on road traffic deaths in Mexico: a difference-in-difference approach with variation in treatment timing.

Aaron Shev, University of California, Davis
The Functional Synthetic Control Method: Setting the PACE for the Synthetic Control

Michael Garber,  Colorado State University
Have paved trails and protected bike lanes led to more bicycling in Atlanta? A generalized synthetic-control analysis with smartphone data

Julia M. Lemp, Heidelberg University
Regression discontinuity in electronic health record data to determine the causal effects of clinical interventions: an application to intensive lifestyle intervention for prediabetes

Environment/Climate Change
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chairs: Pam Factor-Litvak, Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University
Wei-Jen Chen, Baylor College of Medicine


Scott Delaney, Harvard University
Childhood neurocognitive effects of outdoor ambient temperature fluctuations

Wei-Lun Tsai, US Environmental Protection Agency
Associations between neighborhood greenery and birth outcomes: An ecosystem services approach

Mary D. Willis, Oregon State University
Residential Proximity to Oil and Gas Development and Markers of Psychosocial Stress and Depression in a North American Preconception Cohort Study

Anne Marie Z. Jukic, National Institutes of Health
Heat, season, and reproductive success

Yaguang Wei, Harvard University
The impact of exposure measurement error on the estimated dose-response relationship between long-term exposure to PM2.5 and mortality

Asmita Bhattarai, Harvard University
Childhood adversity and mental health outcomes among post-secondary students: A longitudinal study

Examining health disparities through a structural racism lens
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chairs: Lia Scott, Georgia State University
Jourdyn Lawrence, Harvard University


Stephanie Eick, Emory University
Neighborhood conditions and pregnancy outcomes: understanding the role of perceived and extrinsic measures of neighborhood quality

Sarah Haight, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Residential segregation and prenatal depression in non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic mothers in North Carolina, 2005-2009

Brooke EE Montgomery, University of Arkansas
The predictive interplay of county-level jail incarceration and community economic distress on preterm birth among Black women in the US South

Catherine Duarte, Stanford University
School suspension and expulsion predict higher dementia risk in late life with implications for racial health inequities: Findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 Cohort

Jordan Baeker Bispo, University of Miami
Heterogeneous effects of neighborhood gentrification on the burden of late-stage breast cancer across race and ethnicity: An exploratory analysis from Miami-Dade County, Florida

Infectious diseases
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chair: Jade Benjamin-Chung, Stanford University


Sharia M Ahmed, University of Utah
A Clinical Prediction Rule to Guide Diagnostic Testing in Children Under-5 Presenting with Diarrhea in LMICs

Lauren Peetluk, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Distinct drivers of unsuccessful TB treatment outcomes in Brazil: a multinomial logistic regression analysis

Sinead Morris, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
A new recommendation for enhanced seasonal influenza vaccines in adults age 65 and older could have wide-ranging impacts on influenza burden in the United States

Jun Hwang, Oregon Health & Science University
Inequity in performance of a prediction model to identify people who may benefit from HIV preexposure prophylaxis in community health centers

Qinyun Lin, University of Chicago
Social-spatial network structures among young urban and suburban persons who inject drugs: Implications for hepatitis C and HIV transmission

Policing and Prison as Determinants of Health Inequities
Jun 15 @ 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm

Session Chair: Justin Feldman, Harvard University


Abhery Das, University of California, Irvine
New York City’s Stop, Question, and Frisk Policy and Psychiatric Emergency Department Visits among Black Americans, 2006-2015

Sungwoo Lim, New York City Department of Health
Impact of jail-based methadone or buprenorphine treatment for opioid use disorder on overdose mortality immediately after release from New York City jail, 2011-2017

Julianne Skarha, Brown University
The Impact of Air Conditioning on Heat Index Related-mortality in Texas Prisons during Warm Months

Pia M. Mauro, Columbia University
Associations between drug-specific arrests and criminal legal system referrals to drug treatment, 1992-2017

Jaquelyn Jahn, Drexel University
Neighborhood Proactive Policing and Racial Inequities in Preterm Birth

Shadiya L. Moss, Columbia University
Estimating the relationship between lifetime maternal exposure to the criminal legal system and adolescent externalizing behaviors

Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Erin Aiello Bowles, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
Ami Sedani, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center


Che-Jung (Rong) Chang, National Institutes of Health
Use of Straightening and Other Hair Products and Risk of Uterine Cancer

Lauren Hurwitz, National Institutes of Health
Pesticide exposure, genetic susceptibility, and prostate cancer risk in the Agricultural Health Study

Jinhee Cha, University of Minnesota
Comparisons between area- and individual-level measures of socioeconomic status: a report from the Children’s Oncology Group (COG)

Ugonna Ihenacho, University of Southern California
Breast cancer incidence and trends among Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and non-Hispanic White women in Hawai‛i: evaluating racial/ethnic differences by age and breast cancer subtype

Rachel J. Meadows, JPS Health Network
Comparative effectiveness of treatment approaches for early invasive breast cancer among socioeconomically marginalized women

Meredith Shiels, National Institutes of Health
Trends in lung cancer mortality rates among never smokers in the United States, 1991-2018

COVID-19 Pandemic Session (B)
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Joseph Lewnard, UC Berkeley


Hannah Maier, University of Michigan
SARS-CoV-2 infection-induced immunity and the duration of viral shedding

Ayesha Sania, Harvard University
Risk factors for COVID-19 mortality among 326,700 telehealth patients in Bangladesh

Megha L. Mehrotra, California Department of Public Health
CalScope: SARS-CoV-2 Serostatus from Vaccination and Prior Infection in Adults and Children in California May 2021– July 2021

Tim Bruckner, University of California, Irvine
Hospital-based surveillance approximates population seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 in the pre-vaccine era

Doris Duran, McGill University
Excess cancer mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic in Chile and Peru

Machine Learning and Epidemiology
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Eric Polley, University of Chicago


Tiansheng Wang, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Using Iterative Causal Forest to Identify Heterogeneous Treatment Effects: Sodium-glucose Cotransporter-2 inhibitors (SGLT2i) versus Glucagon-like Peptide-1 Receptor Agonists (GLP1RA) on Hospitalization for Heart Failure in US Older Adults

Jungnam Joo, National Institutes of Health
NMR Metabolomics Signatures in Heart Failure: a population-based study National Institutes of Health

Bennett Allen, NYU Langone Health
Machine learning to predict future neighborhood-level overdose risk: Findings from a modeling study to inform overdose prevention in Rhode Island

Jeanette A Stingone, Columbia University
Investigating combined exposures to air toxics and children’s academic achievement: benefits and limitations of an application of data science to children’s environmental health research

Maria Kamenetsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Detecting Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Clusters of Disease Using Stacking

Georgia Tomova, University of Leeds
Distinguishing the Transparency, Explainability, and Interpretability of Algorithms

Opioid Epidemic: Temporal, Geographic, and Sociodemographic Trends and Advances in Measurement
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Jennifer Fonda, VA Boston Healthcare System


Shawn Thomas, University of Nevada, Reno
Rapid detection of suspected opioid overdose deaths: a pilot project

Haidong Lu, Yale University
Geographic and temporal trends in fentanyl-involved overdose deaths in Connecticut, 2009-2019

Melanie Askari, New York City Department of Health
Racial/ethnic inequities in opioid overdose deaths in New York City residents from 2000 to 2020: Recent increases among Black New Yorkers

Mathew Kiang, Stanford University
Sociodemographic and geographic disparities in excess fatal drug overdoses during the COVID-19 pandemic

Samuel Tobias, University of British Columbia
An interrupted time-series analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the variability in fentanyl concentrations in the unregulated drug supply of Vancouver, Canada

Ava D Hamilton, Columbia University
Simulating the simultaneous impact on opioid overdose death of medication for opioid use disorder and naloxone in four New York counties

Reproductive Health: From Methods to Lifecourse
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Brandie DePaoli Taylor, University of Texas Medical Branch
Christine Langton, National Institute of Environmental Health SciencesJustin Feldman, Harvard


Jingyuan Xiao, Yale University
An Assessment of Selection Bias in Multigenerational Cohort Studies

Julia Acker, University of California, Berkeley
Neighborhood racial and economic polarization and timing of pubertal onset in girls

Sharonda M. Lovett, Boston University
Childhood adversity and fecundability in a North American preconception cohort

Gabriela Vazquez Benitez, HealthPartners
COVID-19 Vaccine Surveillance Safety in Early Pregnancy: Design Factors Affecting Association Between Vaccine and Spontaneous Abortion

Mandy S. Hall, Michigan State University
Breastfeeding history and adenomyosis risk using data from a population-based case-control study employing two control groups

The effects of historical redlining and current neighborhood (dis)investment on health
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Collette Ncube, Northeastern University


Kendra D. Sims, University of California, San Francisco
Associations of Neighborhood Disinvestment and Gentrification with Hypertensive Risk: the Health and Retirement Study

Oluwatosin Ogunmayowa, Virginia Tech
The effects of historical redlining on present-day neighborhood social vulnerability in the United States

Monica P Jimenez, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Association between historical redlining and current environmental quality in the Los-Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim Metropolitan Statistical Area

Xing Gao, University of California, San Francisco
Remapping Racial/Ethnic Inequities in Severe Maternal Morbidities: The Legacies of Redlining in the State of California

Carolyn Fahey, University of Washington
Longitudinal associations between racial residential segregation, air pollution, and mortality

Topics in Study Designs and Analytical Methods
Jun 15 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Kazuki Yoshida, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School


Julie Barberio, Emory University
Adaptive validation substudy design to detect and account for time trends in classification parameters

Mark Warden, University of Washington
Evaluating Analytic Methods for Trial Designs that Utilize Historical Controls in the Context of Cystic Fibrosis

Anna Nguyen, Stanford University
Comparing cluster-randomized and ring trial designs for ring interventions in emerging infection and disease elimination settings: a simulation study

Joy Shi, Harvard University
Mendelian randomization with pharmaceutically modifiable biomarkers

Yongqi Zhong, Johns Hopkins University
Across-Cohort Heterogeneity in Collaborative, Pooled and Harmonized Study Designs

Associations between the environment and health
Jun 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Session Chair: Marcia P Jimenez, Boston University


Lief Pagalan, University of Toronto
Autism Spectrum Disorder, Prenatal Greenspace Exposure, and Mediation by Reduced Air Pollution: A Population-Based Birth Cohort Study in Vancouver, Canada

Michael Leung, Harvard University
Traffic-related air pollution and pregnancy loss in Eastern Massachusetts, USA

Mary D. Willis, Oregon State University
A population-based cohort study of traffic congestion and term birth weight using vehicle telematics data

Nasser Laouali, Inserm
Hypothetical interventions on fruit and vegetable intake to mitigate lead and cadmium induced mortality in US adults

Margaret Weiss, University of California, Irvine
Relationships between Urinary Metals and Diabetes Traits among Mexican Americans in Starr County, Texas

Ilkania M. Chowdhury-Paulino, Harvard University
The relationship between outdoor light at night and prostate cancer risk in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study

Assorted Topics in Health Disparities
Jun 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Session Chair: Corinne Riddel, University of California, Berkeley


Mabel Carabali, University of Toronto
Spatiotemporal Inequalities in COVID-19 Test Positivity Rates in Ontario, Canada from March 2020 to September 2021

Nichole Nidey, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Racial Inequities in Advice Not To Breastfeed If Using Cannabis

Jing Yu, National Institute of Health and Human Services
Associations among adverse childhood experiences, cognitive development, and premature mortality in a U.S. birth cohort

Carola T Sanchez Diaz, Rutgers University
Ethnic Enclaves, Socioeconomic Status And Associations With Obesity Among Latinas

Structural & Institutional Contributors to Mental Health
Jun 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Session Chair: Veronica Pear, University of California Davis School of Medicine; University of California Berkeley


Tim Bruckner, University of California, Irvine
Psychiatric emergencies in Los Angeles County during, and after, initial COVID-19 societal restrictions: an interrupted time-series analysis

Samuel Packard , Columbia University
Neighborhood-level associations between policing and hospitalizations for mental health, substance use, and violent injuries among adolescents and young adults in New York City, 2006 – 2014

Daniel Hagen, NYU
Institutional and socio-cultural determinants of gender differences in major depression and alcohol use disorder in the United States: Results from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System

Ava Hamilton, Columbia University
Measuring education inequality and its effect on adolescent mental health

Taylor M. Mobley, University of California, Los Angeles
School racial/ethnic composition, later-life depressive symptoms, and effect modification by having a supportive adult at school in STAR

Trends in substance use and substance use disorders
Jun 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Session Chair: Maria Parker, Indiana University


Lynsie R. Ranker, Boston University
Social media use, tobacco brand engagement, and subsequent tobacco product initiation among youth: Evidence from a nationally representative prospective cohort study

George Pro, University of Arkansas
National and state trends in the availability of telehealth services in substance use treatment facilities

Nick Zaller, University of Arkansas
National trends in methamphetamine use and injection: Differences by race/ethnicity and urbanicity

Spruha Joshi, NYU Langone Health
Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and Opioid Overdoses: Variations by Race and Ethnicity

Julian Santaella-Tenorio NYU Langone Health,
Changes in benzodiazepine misuse in the general U.S. adult population and among prescription opioid users from 2015-2016 to 2018-2019

Vulnerable populations and non-infection harms related to uncontrolled COVID-19
Jun 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:00 pm


Session Chair: Joanna Merckx, McGill University


Helena Archer, University of California, Berkeley
Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases in a Pre-Delta Setting, California State Prison Solano

Michelle Kelsey, Duke University
Burnout and Depressive Symptoms among Health Care Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Insights from the HERO Registry

Paula Strassle, National Institutes of Health
Association between COVID-Related Discrimination, Mental Health, and Sleep among a Nationally Representative Diverse Sample of U.S. Adults: COVID-19’s Unequal Racial Burden Survey, 2020-2021

Judy Nanaw, National Institutes of Health
Racial/ethnic differences in the association between mistrust in the U.S. healthcare system and unwillingness to test for and vaccinate against COVID-19

Leah Chapman, Texas Department of State Health Services
COVID-19 cases are associated with food insufficiency in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic

Talha Ali, Yale University
Social Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Analysis of Discussions Between Persons with Early-Stage Dementia and their Adult-Child Caregivers

Endometriosis, Uterine Fibroids, and Reproductive Hormones
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chair: Brianna Magnusson, Brigham Young University


Amy L Shafrir, Harvard University
Change in systemic inflammation levels after endometriosis-related treatment

Quaker Harmon, National Institutes of Health
Vitamin D and uterine fibroid development: a prospective study

Kristen Upson, Michigan State University
Vitamin D status and markers of inflammation, iron deficiency, and anemia in a cohort of reproductive-age women

Sneha Sharma, NYU Langone Health
Endogenous hormones in mid-life and later-life subjective memory impairment in women

Christine R. Langton, National Institutes of Health
Soy-based infant formula feeding and uterine fibroid incidence in a prospective ultrasound study of African American women

Global Health
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chair: Fausto Bustos, Sustainable Sciences Institute


Tsai-Chin Cho, University of Michigan
Association of short-term wealth change with cognitive function among older adults in China, England, Mexico, and the United States, 2012-2018

Rachel Yorlets, Brown University
Circular migration and initial viral suppression among adults living with HIV: a survival analysis of a population-based cohort in rural north-eastern South Africa

Jithin Sam Varghese, Emory University
Concordance of diabetes and hypertension among married couples in India: an analysis of nationally representative data

Helen O. Pitchik, University of California, Berkeley
Longitudinal relationships between childbearing and depressive symptoms in adolescent girls and young women in rural South Africa (HPTN 068 cohort)

Jade Benjamin-Chung, Stanford University
Spillover effects of reactive, focal malaria elimination interventions in Namibia

Ou Hsiang Hue, Taiwan University
Long term psychotic disorder and chronic kidney disease: a population-based longitudinal descriptive study

HIV and STIs: Methodology and Practical Applications
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chairs: Monique Brown, University of South Carolina
Daisy Ramirez Ortiz, Florida International University


Jiajun Luo, Yale University
Understanding the Causal Effect of HIV Prevention Mass Media Campaigns on HIV Incidence: Towards a Refined Analytical Approach

Erin Chase, University of Washington
Patterns of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Use in a Population Accessing PrEP in Jackson, Mississippi

Jessica Webster, Drexel University
Improving Accessibility of HIV Testing Sites Using Location-Allocation Analysis

Jessica Webster, Drexel University
HIV Service Organization Availability in Ending the HIV Epidemic Jurisdictions

Ashley V. Hill, University of Pittsburgh
Syndemic Profiles of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection in United States Adults

Indigenous Health
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chairs: Andrew Williams, University of North Dakota
Amy Stiffarm, University of North Dakota


Ceco Maples, Michigan State University
Racial Misclassification of American Indian and Indigenous Americans in Epidemiological and Public Health Research

Danielle Gartner, Michigan State University
Methodological & conceptual considerations when estimating cancer health disparity indicators among small, Native American populations

Helen Cerigo, McGill University
Family, financial, employment and housing stress: Associations with health among the Indigenous Population of Canada

Thoin Begum, University at Albany
Disability in an American Indian Community: Prevalence, Distribution, and the Role of Polychlorinated Biphenyls

Parvati Singh, The Ohio State University
Casino-based cash transfers and fertility among the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians in North Carolina: A time-series analysis

Interesting Approaches to Investigating Injuries
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chair: Jennifer Albrecht, University of Maryland School of Medicine


Brice Batomen, University of Toronto
The effect of bye-weeks on injury rates in the Canadian Football League

Victoria A. Joseph, Columbia University
Assessment of Trends and Prevalent Methods of Suicide in Racially Diverse U.S. Adolescents (1999-2019)

Robin Richardson, Columbia University
Does domestic violence legislation reduce intimate partner violence? Longitudinal evidence from 23 countries

Hannah Laqueur, University of California, Davis
Machine Learning Analysis of Handgun Transactions to Predict Firearm Suicide Risk

Brice Batomen, University of Toronto
Impact of traffic calming measures on road traffic collisions and injuries: a longitudinal study

Rose Kagawa, University of California, Davis
Effects of building demolitions on firearm violence in Detroit, Michigan

Novel Methodological Considerations and Applications in Nutritional and Obesity Epidemiology
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chair: Cara Frankenfeld, University of Puget Sound


Julie Petersen, University of Pittsburgh
Is the standard weighting of the Healthy Eating Index appropriate for pregnancy?

Georgia Tomova, NA
Theory and performance of substitution models for estimating relative causal effects in nutritional epidemiology

Conor-James MacDonald, Aarhus Universitet
Comparing food substitution models in nutritional epidemiology: An application for processed red meat and hypertension

Daniel Ibsen, Utah State University
Hypothetical diet intervention: Estimating the effect of adherence to the Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet on the 22-year risk of heart failure in Swedish men and women

Hyojun Park, Utah State University
Adolescent appetites, adult growth patterns, and the role of neighborhood conditions: Evidence from a twin/sibling model using Add Health

Christina Dahm, Aarhus Universitet
Associations between parental BMI and offspring BMI trajectories – potential effect modification by grandparental socio-economic position

Substance Abuse
Jun 16 @ 10:15 am – 12:45 pm

Session Chairs: Brian Fairman, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Michelle Nolan, Columbia University


Magdalena Cerdá, NYU Langone Health
Opioid prescribing laws and cannabis legalization: what is their synergistic impact on opioid overdose deaths in the current phase of the overdose crisis?

Holly Elser, University of Pennsylvania
State Cannabis Legalization and Increased Rates of Psychosis

Sarah Gutkind, Columbia University
Associations between medical cannabis laws and treatment for opioid use disorder in the United States, 2004-2017

Spruha Joshi, NYU Langone Health
Trends in psychosis-related hospitalizations following cannabis legalization in Colorado

Ellicott C. Matthay, NYU Langone Health
Evaluating the impacts of local cannabis policies on cannabis-related calls to the California Poison Control System

COVID-19 Pandemic Session (A)
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Justin Lessler, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Sophia Tan, University of California, San Francisco
Estimation of the public health impact of COVID-19 vaccination in California

Kristin Andrejko, University of California, Berkeley
Waning of mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness against SARS-CoV-2 symptomatic infection in California: a test-negative design case-control study

Karen Diepstra, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence: demographic and behavioral predictors of seropositivity among college students in the Southern US

Jihong Liu, University of South Carolina
Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Severe Maternal Morbidity: Data from the South Carolina COVID Cohort

Guilin Li, Harvard University
Tenofovir disoproxil and COVID-19 outcomes in men with HIV

Innovative Approaches in Health Services Epidemiology
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Pamela Jo Johnson, North Dakota State University


Alina Schnake-Mahl, Drexel University
Paid sick leave and COVID-19 vaccination Coverage: A longitudinal analysis of 37 large US cities

Hawazin Elani, Harvard University
Did expanding the dental therapist workforce improve access to dental care? A synthetic control analysis

Colleen L. MacCallum-Bridges, Michigan State University
The Affordable Care Act dependent coverage provision and unintended pregnancy

Joan Casey, Columbia University
Impact of a statewide livestock antibiotic use policy on resistance in human urinary tract infection: a synthetic control analysis

Vijaya L. Seegulam, Boston University
Using machine learning to predict suicide one year after discharge from a somatic hospitalization in Denmark

Paulina Kaiser, Samaritan Health Services
Identifying homelessness from EMRs: standard and custom approaches

Occupational Session
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Rachel Zeig-Owens, Montefiore Medical Center


Maggie Fuzak, University at Buffalo
The prevalence of endometriosis and work-related exposures: The Environmental Health Study for Western New York – a prospective cohort study

Garret M Guthrie, West Virginia University
Temporal Trends in COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake by Occupational Group

Hilary Colbeth, University of California, Berkeley
Metalworking fluids and cancer incidence in the United Autoworkers – General Motors cohortlary Colbeth, University of California, Berkeley

Alexandra Mueller, City of New York, FDNY
Self-reported obstructive airway disease in WTC-exposed firefighters compared with non-WTC-exposed firefighters

Kelly Reavis, VA RR&D National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research
Methods to Quantify Longitudinal Ototoxicant and Noise Exposure in Military Workplaces from Self-Reported Histories

Raquel Velazquez-Kronen, Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Associations between occupation-related factors and vitamin D deficiency: findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2005-2010

Overcoming gaps: missing data and pooled analyses
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Chanelle Howe, Brown University
Yongqi Zhong, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health


Sara Sauer, Harvard University
Statistical methods to impute missing race and ethnicity information in routinely collected data sources: investigating COVID-19 outcome disparities in Holyoke, Massachusetts

Rachael K. Ross, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Nonmonotone missing data: inverse probability weights or multiple imputation?

Amii Kress, Johns Hopkins University
Missing Data Interpolation among Cohorts with Disparate Covariate Information in the ECHO-wide Cohort

Katrina Kezios, Columbia University
Overcoming Data Gaps in Life Course Epidemiology Using Probabilistic Matching  Across Cohorts

Hayley Belli, NYU Langone Health
An algorithmic approach for establishing statistical convergence of the pooled treatment effect in meta-analysis

Michael Webster-Clark, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
How the Choice of Effect Measure Influences Minimally Sufficient Adjustment Sets for External Validity

Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Milena Gianfrancesco, University of California, San Francisco
Edgar Ortiz-Brizuela, McGIll University


Cheng Chen, University of Pennsylvania
Pharmacoepidemiologic Screening to Identify Drug Interaction Triads: A Real-World Application in Skeletal Muscle Relaxants Users

Amir Sarayani, University of Florida
How to win the war of exposure trends in a case-crossover design? An empirical example on the association between phentermine and risk of major cardiovascular events

Woo Jung Kim, University of British Columbia
Association of cognitive enhancers and the risk of incident seizure in patients with dementia: a nationwide population-based study

Peter Loewen, University of British Columbia
Impact of oral anticoagulant class on adherence in patients with atrial fibrillation:  A 23-year population-based cohort study in Canada

Nazleen Khan, Harvard University
Comparative risk of opioid overdose with concomitant use of prescription opioids and skeletal muscle relaxants

Social vulnerabilities and cardiovascular health and disease
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chairs: Gilles Paradis (McGill),  McGill University


Hridya C. Rao, PennState
Role of Citizenship and Immigration Status on Cardiometabolic Health among United States Hispanic/Latino Adults from the HCHS/SOL study

Noemie Letellier, University of California, San Diego
How do social and environmental neighborhood exposures jointly contribute to cardiometabolic health?

Nicole Fields, Emory University
A National Assessment of the Contribution of Social Factors in Racial Disparities in Ideal Cardiovascular Health

Karlon Johnson, University of Miami
Stroke Mortality in Black Populations in Florida

Kwanghyun Kim , Yonsei University
Heightened Cardiovascular disease risk increase byassociated with PTSD is more prominent in patients with lower socioeconomic position: longitudinal evidences from a representative nationwide longitudinal database.

George Pro, University of Arkansas
A national profile of cardiovascular disease deaths in the United States: The impact of community economic distress

Toxic Childhood Stress and Implications Over the Life Course
Jun 16 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm

Session Chair: Michelle Crozier, University of Central Florida


Asmita Bhattarai, University of Calgary
Childhood adversity and mental health outcomes among post-secondary students: A longitudinal study

Sivasankar Balakrishnan, University of Nevada, Reno
Effect modification of transgender identity on relationship between adverse childhood experiences and depressive disorders in US adults using the BRFSS 2020 survey

Laura Sampson, Harvard University
Pre-pandemic psychological resilience to trauma and changes in sleep and physical activity during COVID-19 among current and former female healthcare workers

Vanessa De Rubeis, McMaster University
The association between adverse childhood experiences and adulthood obesity on stressors and the perceived consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic: A longitudinal study using the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)

Debbie Jakubowski, University of Illinois Chicago
Association between adverse childhood experiences and later life allostatic load in UK Biobank female participants

Sakurako Okuzono, Harvard University
Adverse childhood experiences moderate the impact of disaster trauma on cognitive disability. A natural experiment from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

Maegan Trottier, University of Lethbridge
Do adverse childhood experiences predict the number of addictive disorders experienced by adults?