Twelve DGHI Faculty and Affiliates Publish Research in December

Published December 30, 2014 under Research News


Twelve DGHI faculty members and affiliates shared new discoveries on a variety of global health topics in peer-reviewed publications in December. Findings from the 14 studies include:  

  • The use of a targeted prevention program focused on helmet law enforcement is expected to decrease severe traumatic brain injury in motorcyclists in sub-Saharan Africa 
  • Body mass index progression over time may be a clinically useful indicator of neurocognitive risk in children with sickle cell disease
  • Child care practices in northeastern U.S. states had the highest number of administrative regulations promoting healthy sleep practices in child care consistent with the Institute of Medicine sleep recommendations

Want to learn more about DGHI studies? Here’s a roundup of this month’s DGHI faculty publications:

Sara Benjamin Neelon

Ralph Corey

Gregory Gray

Michael Haglund

Barton Haynes

Charles Nunn

Eve Puffer

Nimmi Ramanujam

Susan Reif, Kathryn Whetten

Mary Story

Kristen Sullivan