Rachel Morello-Frosch
Rachel Morello-Frosch
Professor, School of Public Health & Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Mgt, UC Berkeley
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Embodied health movements: new approaches to social movements in health
P Brown, S Zavestoski, S McCormick, B Mayer, R Morello‐Frosch, ...
Sociology of health & illness 26 (1), 50-80, 2004
Environmental justice and Southern California’s “riskscape” the distribution of air toxics exposures and health risks among diverse communities
R Morello-Frosch, M Pastor, J Sadd
Urban Affairs Review 36 (4), 551-578, 2001
Separate and unequal: residential segregation and estimated cancer risks associated with ambient air toxics in US metropolitan areas
R Morello-Frosch, BM Jesdale
Environmental health perspectives 114 (3), 386-393, 2006
Maternal exposure to particulate air pollution and term birth weight: a multi-country evaluation of effect and heterogeneity
P Dadvand, J Parker, ML Bell, M Bonzini, M Brauer, LA Darrow, ...
Environmental health perspectives 121 (3), 267-373, 2013
Understanding the cumulative impacts of inequalities in environmental health: implications for policy
R Morello-Frosch, M Zuk, M Jerrett, B Shamasunder, AD Kyle
Health affairs 30 (5), 879-887, 2011
The environmental “riskscape” and social inequality: implications for explaining maternal and child health disparities
R Morello-Frosch, ED Shenassa
Environmental health perspectives 114 (8), 1150-1153, 2006
The three Rs: How community-based participatory research strengthens the rigor, relevance, and reach of science
CL Balazs, R Morello-Frosch
Environmental justice 6 (1), 9-16, 2013
Environmental justice and regional inequality in southern California: implications for future research.
R Morello-Frosch, M Pastor Jr, C Porras, J Sadd
Environmental health perspectives 110 (suppl 2), 149-154, 2002
The riskscape and the color line: examining the role of segregation in environmental health disparities
R Morello-Frosch, R Lopez
Environmental research 102 (2), 181-196, 2006
The air is always cleaner on the other side: Race, space, and ambient air toxics exposures in California
M Pastor Jr, R Morello-Frosch, JL Sadd
Journal of urban affairs 27 (2), 127-148, 2005
The racial/ethnic distribution of heat risk–related land cover in relation to residential segregation
BM Jesdale, R Morello-Frosch, L Cushing
Environmental health perspectives 121 (7), 811-817, 2013
Elevated house dust and serum concentrations of PBDEs in California: unintended consequences of furniture flammability standards?
AR Zota, RA Rudel, RA Morello-Frosch, JG Brody
Environmental science & technology 42 (21), 8158-8164, 2008
Associations between historical residential redlining and current age-adjusted rates of emergency department visits due to asthma across eight cities in California: an …
A Nardone, JA Casey, R Morello-Frosch, M Mujahid, JR Balmes, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 4 (1), e24-e31, 2020
The haves, the have-nots, and the health of everyone: the relationship between social inequality and environmental quality
L Cushing, R Morello-Frosch, M Wander, M Pastor
Annual Review of Public Health 36, 193-209, 2015
Semivolatile endocrine-disrupting compounds in paired indoor and outdoor air in two northern California communities
RA Rudel, RE Dodson, LJ Perovich, R Morello-Frosch, DE Camann, ...
Environmental science & technology 44 (17), 6583-6590, 2010
Contested illnesses: Citizens, science, and health social movements
P Brown, R Morello-Frosch, S Zavestoski
Univ of California Press, 2011
Social disparities in nitrate-contaminated drinking water in California’s San Joaquin Valley
C Balazs, R Morello-Frosch, A Hubbard, I Ray
Environmental health perspectives 119 (9), 1272-1278, 2011
Birth weight following pregnancy during the 2003 Southern California wildfires
DM Holstius, CE Reid, BM Jesdale, R Morello-Frosch
Environmental health perspectives 120 (9), 1340-1345, 2012
Redlines and greenspace: the relationship between historical redlining and 2010 greenspace across the United States
A Nardone, KE Rudolph, R Morello-Frosch, JA Casey
Environmental health perspectives 129 (1), 017006, 2021
Race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, residential segregation, and spatial variation in noise exposure in the contiguous United States
JA Casey, R Morello-Frosch, DJ Mennitt, K Fristrup, EL Ogburn, P James
Environmental health perspectives 125 (7), 077017, 2017
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