Research Scientist

Enrique Acosta

Laboratory of Population Health

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Behavioral Determinants of Health and Mortality Projects details
Monitoring Lifespan Inequality Projects details

MPIDR Publications

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Pifarré i Arolas, H.; Acosta, E.; López-Casasnovas, G.; Lo, A.; Nicodemo, C.; Riffe, T.; Myrskylä, M.:
Scientific Reports 11:3504, 1–6. (2021)       
Nepomuceno, M. R.; Acosta, E.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Aburto, J. M.; Gagnon, A.; Turra, C. M.:
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117:25. (2020)    
Acosta, E.; Hallman, S. A.; Dillon, L. Y.; Ouellette, N.; Bourbeau, R. R.; Herring, D. A.; Inwood, K.; Earn, D. J. D.; Madrenas, J.; Miller, M. S.; Gagnon, A.:
Demography 56:5, 1723–1746. (2019)       
Acosta, E.; Gagnon, A.; Ouellette, N.; Bourbeau, R. R.; Nepomuceno, M. R.; van Raalte, A. A.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2020-003. (2020)       

Other Publications

Acosta, E.; van Raalte A.A. :
Demographic Research 41:42, 1205-1234 (2019)
Gagnon, A.; Acosta, E.; Hallman, S.; Bourbeau, R.; Dillon, L.; Earn, D.; Herring, D.A.; Inwood, K.; Madrenas, J.; Miller, M.S.:
mBio, 9: 1 (2018)

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