David M. Abramson
David M. Abramson
Associate Professor of Public Health, New York University
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The resilience activation framework: a conceptual model of how access to social resources promotes adaptation and rapid recovery in post-disaster settings
DM Abramson, LM Grattan, B Mayer, CE Colten, FA Arosemena, ...
The journal of behavioral health services & research 42, 42-57, 2015
Housing need, housing assistance, and connection to HIV medical care
AA Aidala, G Lee, DM Abramson, P Messeri, A Siegler
AIDS and Behavior 11, 101-115, 2007
Prevalence and predictors of mental health distress post-Katrina: findings from the Gulf Coast Child and Family Health Study
D Abramson, T Stehling-Ariza, R Garfield, I Redlener
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 2 (2), 77-86, 2008
Patient satisfaction with different interpreting methods: a randomized controlled trial
F Gany, J Leng, E Shapiro, D Abramson, I Motola, DC Shield, J Changrani
Journal of general internal medicine 22, 312-318, 2007
The impact of ancillary HIV services on engagement in medical care in New York City
PA Messeri, DM Abramson, AA Aidala, F Lee, G Lee
AIDS care 14 (sup1), 15-29, 2002
Children and disasters
L Peek, DM Abramson, RS Cox, A Fothergill, J Tobin
Handbook of disaster research, 243-262, 2018
Measuring individual disaster recovery: A socioecological framework
DM Abramson, T Stehling-Ariza, YS Park, L Walsh, D Culp
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 4 (S1), S46-S54, 2010
Children as bellwethers of recovery: dysfunctional systems and the effects of parents, households, and neighborhoods on serious emotional disturbance in children after …
DM Abramson, YS Park, T Stehling-Ariza, I Redlener
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 4 (S1), S17-S27, 2010
On the edge: Children and families displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita face a looming medical and mental health crisis
DM Abramson, RM Garfield
Hurricane Sandy: lessons learned, again
DM Abramson, I Redlener
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 6 (4), 328-329, 2012
Targeting EphA3 inhibits cancer growth by disrupting the tumor stromal microenvironment
ME Vail, C Murone, A Tan, L Hii, D Abebe, PW Janes, FT Lee, M Baer, ...
Cancer research 74 (16), 4470-4481, 2014
Children and megadisasters: Lessons learned in the new millennium
AL Garrett, R Grant, P Madrid, A Brito, D Abramson, I Redlener
Advances in pediatrics 54 (1), 189-214, 2007
Antiretroviral therapy and declining AIDS mortality in New York City
P Messeri, G Lee, DM Abramson, A Aidala, MA Chiasson, DJ Jessop
Medical Care, 512-521, 2003
Factors associated with continued food insecurity among households recovering from Hurricane Katrina
LA Clay, MA Papas, KB Gill, DM Abramson
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (8), 1647, 2018
Persistence of mental health needs among children affected by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans
A Olteanu, R Arnberger, R Grant, C Davis, D Abramson, J Asola
Prehospital and disaster medicine 26 (1), 3-6, 2011
Impact on children and families of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill: Preliminary findings of the Coastal Population Impact Study
DM Abramson, IE Redlener, T Stehling-Ariza, J Sury, AN Banister, ...
Public health disaster research: surveying the field, defining its future
DM Abramson, SS Morse, AL Garrett, I Redlener
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 1 (1), 57-62, 2007
The recovery divide: Poverty and the widening gap among Mississippi children and families affected by Hurricane Katrina
DM Abramson, RM Garfield, IE Redlener
Risk salience of a novel virus: US population risk perception, knowledge, and receptivity to public health interventions regarding the Zika virus prior to local transmission
R Piltch-Loeb, DM Abramson, AA Merdjanoff
PLoS One 12 (12), e0188666, 2017
HIV-positive men sexually active with women: sexual behaviors and sexual risks
AA Aidala, G Lee, JM Howard, M Caban, D Abramson, P Messeri
Journal of Urban Health 83, 637-655, 2006
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