Jerel M. Ezell
Health disparities; environmental health; opioid use; urban planning; psychological trauma; mixed-methods research; social networks; spatial analysis; cultural humility training
Current Research Interest
The impacts of deindustrialization on the health of racial and ethnic minority populations; the epidemiology of opioid use and drug injection in rural populations
Robert Wood Johnson Health Equity Scholar
Ezell, Jerel M., Danielle C. Ompad, and Suzan Walters. “How Urban and Rural Built Environments Influence the Health Attitudes and Behaviors of People Who Use Drugs.” Health & Place 69 (2021): 102578.
Ezell, Jerel M., and Elizabeth C. Chase. “A Population-Based Assessment of Physical Symptoms and Mental Health Outcomes among Adults Following the Flint Water Crisis.” Journal of Urban Health 98 (2021): 642–653.