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Barriers to and Facilitators of Stocking Healthy Food Options: Viewpoints of Baltimore City Small Storeowners

Journal Article published 14 Nov 2016 in Ecology of Food and Nutrition volume 56 issue 1 on pages 17 to 30

Research funded by Abell Foundation (None) | National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (1R21HL102812-01A1) | The Johns Hopkins Global Obesity Prevention Center (U54HD070725)

Authors: Mhinjine Kim, Nadine Budd, Benjamin Batorsky, Carleigh Krubiner, Swathi Manchikanti, Greer Waldrop, Angela Trude, Joel Gittelsohn

Characterizing the subjective, observer-rated, and physiological effects of hydromorphone relative to heroin in a human laboratory study

Journal Article published 21 Dec 2017 in Psychopharmacology volume 235 issue 4 on pages 971 to 981

Research funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse (R01DA03546) | Abell Foundation | Open Society Institute

Authors: Kelly E. Dunn, Bruna Brands, David C. Marsh, George E. Bigelow

Planning with justice in mind in a shrinking Baltimore

Journal Article published 26 Apr 2018 in Journal of Urban Affairs on pages 1 to 20

Research funded by Abell Foundation (Did not receive a grant number)

Authors: Jeremy NĂ©meth, Justin B. Hollander, Eliza D. Whiteman, Michael P. Johnson

What Happened in Sandtown-Winchester? Understanding the Impacts of a Comprehensive Community Initiative

Journal Article published 16 Dec 2015 in Urban Affairs Review volume 53 issue 3 on pages 463 to 494

Research funded by Abell Foundation

Authors: Peter Rosenblatt, Stefanie DeLuca

Changes in long-term water quality of Baltimore streams are associated with both gray and green infrastructure

Journal Article published 27 Jul 2018 in Limnology and Oceanography

Research funded by Abell Foundation | Chesapeake Bay Trust | National Science Foundation (DEB 1027188)

Authors: Alexander J. Reisinger, Ellen Woytowitz, Emily Majcher, Emma J. Rosi, Kenneth T. Belt, Jonathan M. Duncan, Sujay S. Kaushal, Peter M. Groffman

Walking Away From The Wire: Housing Mobility and Neighborhood Opportunity in Baltimore

Journal Article published 28 Mar 2017 in Housing Policy Debate volume 27 issue 4 on pages 519 to 546

Research funded by Abell Foundation (N/A) | Annie E. Casey Foundation (906612) | National Science Foundation (SES 1124004) | The Century Foundation (N/A) | William T. Grant Foundation (Scholars Award #9031) | Spencer Foundation (# 201600048)

Authors: Stefanie DeLuca, Peter Rosenblatt