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Brite, Jennifer
 

Brite, Jennifer

Curriculum Vitae

Assistant Professor
Health and Human Performance

Phone:
Office Location:
jbrite@york.cuny.edu

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
DrPH  City University of New York  epidemiology and biostatistics  2017 
MS  Columbia University (MPH)  epidemiology  2012 
BA  New York University  journalism  2002 
My primary research interest lies in the association between social exposures and health status and mortality. Specifically my work has examined the mediators and effect measure modifiers that link early life and demographic risk factors with health outcomes during middle and later age using large high dimensional datasets that include health record and biomarker data. I have applied research experience through my position as the manager of the emerging medical conditions subunit at the World Trade Center Health Registry.

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Pollari, Cristina D., Jennifer Brite, Robert M. Brackbill, Lisa M. Gargano, Shane W. Adams, Pninit Russo-Netzer, Jonathan Davidov, Victoria Banyard, and James E. Cone.. "World Trade Center Exposure and Posttraumatic Growth: Assessing Positive Psychological Change 15 Years after 9/11.." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18 2021: 104.

Alper, H.E.; Tuly, R.A.; Seil, K.; Brite, J.. "Post-9/11 Mental Health Comorbidity Predicts Self-Reported Confusion or Memory Loss in World Trade Center Health Registry Enrollees.." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17 2020: 7330.

Asher, J., Resnick, D, Brite, J., Brackbill, R., Cone, J.. "An introduction to probabilistic record linkage with a focus on linkage processing for WTC registries.." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17 2020: 6937.

Brite, J., Friedman, S., Takemoto, E., Locke, S., Alper, H., Cone, J. "The Association Between Socioeconomic Status and Asthma Inpatient Hospitalizations and Emergency Department Visits Among World Trade Center Rescue Workers and Survivors.." JAMA Open Network.. 3 2020: .

Lim, S., Liu, S., Jacobson, M., Poirot, E., Crossa, A., Locke, S., Brite, J., Hamby, E., Farquhar, S.. "Housing Stability and Diabetes Among New York City Public Housing Residents Who Were Affected by 9/11 Disaster.." Social Science & Medicine – Population Health. pre-press 2020: .

Takemoto, E., Van Oss, K., Chamany, S., Brite, J., Brackbill, R.. "Post-traumatic stress disorder and the association with overweight, obesity, and weight change among individuals exposed to the World Trade Center disaster, 2003–2016.." Psychological Medicine. 10 2020: 1-10.

Brite, J., Friedman, S., de la Hoz, R. E., Reibman, J., & Cone, J.. "Mental health, long-term medication adherence, and the control of asthma symptoms among persons exposed to the WTC 9/11 disaster.." Journal of Asthma. 57 2020: 1253-1262.