BiographyCandice Belanoff, ScD, MPH, is a Maternal and Child Health Epidemiologist with a particular interest in the relationship of social forces and inequities to patterns of population health. She is currently investigating associations between area-level disadvantage, its distribution by race/ethnicity and the occurrence of preterm birth, low birthweight and other adverse perinatal outcomes. Recent research has also addressed health outcomes related to cesarean delivery; substance use among women of reproductive age; and health outcomes related to assisted reproductive technology. Candice designed and is the founding Director of the Community Assessment, Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation (CAPDIE) certificate program, which has over 100 enrolled students (as of 2018). She also teaches several courses at BUSPH, including Perinatal Epidemiology (MC759), Assessment and Planning for Health Promotion (SB820), and Social Justice and the Health of Populations: Racism and other systems of oppression (MC775). Candice has won multiple teaching awards and is known for authentic community engagement and the explicit incorporation of social justice frameworks in her coursework. In addition to everything public health, Candice loves music, yoga, politics, dogs, her family and her friends.
- Harvard University, ScD
- Hunter College, MPH
- Macalester College, BA
- Published on 8/26/2019
Declercq ER, Belanoff C, Sakala C. Intrapartum Care and Experiences of Women with Midwives Versus Obstetricians in the Listening to Mothers in California Survey. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2020 Jan; 65(1):45-55. PMID: 31448884.
- Published on 3/6/2018
Khalili R, Bartell SM, Hu X, Liu Y, Chang HH, Belanoff C, Strickland MJ, Vieira VM. Correction to: Early-life exposure to PM2.5 and risk of acute asthma clinical encounters among children in Massachusetts: a case-crossover analysis. Environ Health. 2018 03 06; 17(1):25. PMID: 29510726.
- Published on 2/21/2018
Khalili R, Bartell SM, Hu X, Liu Y, Chang HH, Belanoff C, Strickland MJ, Vieira VM. Early-life exposure to PM2.5 and risk of acute asthma clinical encounters among children in Massachusetts: a case-crossover analysis. Environ Health. 2018 02 21; 17(1):20. PMID: 29466982.
- Published on 12/21/2017
Girguis MS, Strickland MJ, Hu X, Liu Y, Chang HH, Kloog I, Belanoff C, Bartell SM, Vieira VM. Exposure to acute air pollution and risk of bronchiolitis and otitis media for preterm and term infants. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2018 06; 28(4):348-357. PMID: 29269754.
- Published on 7/1/2017
Girguis MS, Strickland MJ, Hu X, Liu Y, Chang HH, Belanoff C, Bartell SM, Vieira VM. Chronic PM2.5 exposure and risk of infant bronchiolitis and otitis media clinical encounters. Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2017 Aug; 220(6):1055-1063. PMID: 28701289.
- Published on 4/1/2017
Kotelchuck M, Cheng ER, Belanoff C, Cabral HJ, Babakhanlou-Chase H, Derrington TM, Diop H, Evans SR, Bernstein J. The Prevalence and Impact of Substance Use Disorder and Treatment on Maternal Obstetric Experiences and Birth Outcomes Among Singleton Deliveries in Massachusetts. Matern Child Health J. 2017 Apr; 21(4):893-902. PMID: 27832443.
- Published on 3/1/2016
Belanoff C, Declercq ER, Diop H, Gopal D, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Nguyen T, Stern JE. Severe Maternal Morbidity and the Use of Assisted Reproductive Technology in Massachusetts. Obstet Gynecol. 2016 Mar; 127(3):527-34. PMID: 26855105.
- Published on 2/4/2016
Diop H, Gopal D, Cabral H, Belanoff C, Declercq ER, Kotelchuck M, Luke B, Stern JE. Assisted Reproductive Technology and Early Intervention Program Enrollment. Pediatrics. 2016 Mar; 137(3):e20152007. PMID: 26908668.
- Published on 1/28/2016
Bernstein J, Bernstein E, Hudson D, Belanoff C, Cabral HJ, Cherpitel CJ, Bond J, Ye Y, Woolard R, Villalobos S, Ramos R. Differences by gender at twelve months in a brief intervention trial among Mexican-origin young adults in the emergency department. J Ethn Subst Abuse. 2017 Jan-Mar; 16(1):91-108. PMID: 26821181.
- Published on 12/1/2015
Cheng ER, Declercq ER, Belanoff C, Stotland NE, Iverson RE. Labor and Delivery Experiences of Mothers with Suspected Large Babies. Matern Child Health J. 2015 Dec; 19(12):2578-86. PMID: 26140835.
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