Cancer Risk From Air Toxics in Relation to Neighborhood Isolation and Sociodemographic Characteristics: A Spatial Analysis of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area, USA

Ekenga, C. C., Yeung, C. Y., Oka, M. (2019). Cancer risk from air toxics in relation to neighborhood isolation and sociodemographic characteristics: A spatial analysis of the St. Louis metropolitan area, USA. Environmental Research, 179(Pt. B), 108844.

Examining Public Perceptions About Lead in School Drinking Water: A Mixed-Methods Analysis of Twitter Response to an Environmental Health Hazard

Ekenga, C. C., McElwain, C.-A., & Sprague, N. (2018). Examining public perceptions about lead in school drinking water: A mixed-methods analysis of Twitter Response to an Environmental Health Hazard. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(1), E162.

Increasing Community Research Capacity to Address Health Disparities: A Qualitative Program Evaluation of the Community Research Fellows Training Program

Komaie, G., Ekenga, C. C., Sanders Thompson, V. L., & Goodman, M. S. (2017). Increasing community research capacity to address health disparities: A qualitative program evaluation of the community research fellows training program. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 12(1), 55–56.