Health and Human Performance
|DrPH||City University of New York||epidemiology and biostatistics||2017|
|MS||Columbia University (MPH)||epidemiology||2012|
|BA||New York University||journalism||2002|
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.
Gargano, L. M., Locke, S. H., Alper, H. E., & Brite, J.. "Hospitalizations among World Trade Center Health Registry Enrollees Who Were under 18 Years of Age on 9/11, 2001–2016." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 14 2021: 7527.
Alper, H.E., Brite, J., Cone, J.E., Brackbill, R.. "Comparison of Prevalence and Exposure-disease Associations Using Self-report and Hospitalization Data Among Enrollees of the World Trade Center Health Registry." BMC Medical Research Methodology. 21 2021: 62.
PSC-CUNY, Rehospitalization risk among persons exposed to the September 11, 2001, disaster: A machine-learning approach. 7/1/2021-7/1/2022: .