Ryan Masters & co-authors Publish in Journal of Health and Social Behavior

May 4, 2023

Ryan Masters and co-authors Andrea Tilstra (Oxford University and CU PhD 2022), Dan Simon (CU PhD student), and Kate Coleman-Minahan (CU Anschutz Medical Campus), have published their article, "Differences in Determinants: Racialized Obstetric Care and Increases in U.S. State Labor Induction Rates," in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior...


Ryan Masters Published Article

March 17, 2023

Ryan Masters published an article with co-authors Andrea Tilstra (CU PhD, 2021) and Kate Coleman-Minahan (CU Anschutz) in the Journal of Women's Health titled, "Increases in Obstetric Interventions and Changes in Gestational Age Distributions of U.S. Births."

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Ryan Masters Published Article

Feb. 10, 2023

Ryan Masters published an article, "Sources and Severity of Bias in Estimates of the BMI-Mortality Association," in Population Studies.

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Ryan Masters with co-authors Published in The Journals of Gerontology

Feb. 25, 2022

Ryan Masters , with co-authors Steven H. Woolf and Laudy A. Aron , published, "Age-specific Mortality during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic and Life Expectancy Changes in the United States and Peer Countries, 1980-2020", in The Journals of Gerontology: Series B .


Ryan Master's research featured on Denver Channel 7 & CU Boulder Today

June 25, 2021

Denver channel 7: Life expectancy in the U.S. takes biggest hit since World War II CU Boulder today: US life expectancy took an alarming plunge amid pandemic

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Ryan Master's article published in PLoS ONE

Oct. 9, 2020

Ryan Masters's article (with Dan Powers, UT-Austin), "Clarifying Assumptions in Age-Period-Cohort Analyses and Validating Results", was published in PLoS ONE.

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Graduate student, Dan Simon, presents paper at ASA session

Aug. 31, 2020

Dan Simon presented his paper, "Structural Shocks and Suicide Mortality: The Cases of the Opioid Epidemic and the Great Recession in the United States" (co-authored with Ryan Masters) at the ASA Health and Mortality session sponsored by the Section on the Sociology of Population.