The Health Outcomes group investigates spatial and temporal analysis of diverse health outcomes throughout the life-course and access to health care in our focus cities. The group also works on quantifying links between housing and built environment, transportation, water and sanitation, and health services and these outcomes, directly as well as via intermediate exposures. As a part of this work, we also advance methods for high-resolution analysis of health outcomes in cities.
Changes in life expectancy and house prices in London from 2002 to 2019: hyper-resolution spatiotemporal analysis of death registration and real estate data
The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, In Press, 2023.
Neighborhood infrastructure-related risk factors and non-communicable diseases: a systematic meta-review
Environmental Health, 22, pp. 2, 2023.
Cities and global health: fragmented housing policies increase health risks for vulnerable people
BMJ, 379, pp. e069671, 2022.
Household air pollution from solid fuel use as a dose-dependent risk factor for cognitive impairment in northern China
Scientific Reports, 12, iss. 1, pp. 6187, 2022.