Faculty

Alyson Littman

Research Professor, Epidemiology

206-277-4182
alyson@uw.edu

Education

PhD University of Washington, 2003
MPH University of Washington, 2000

Contact

206-277-4182
alyson@uw.edu

Department of Veterans Affairs - Seattle ERIC
1660 S. Columbian Way
Box 358280 (152-E)
Seattle, WA 98108

Research Interests

Dr. Littman's key research focus areas are in physical activity, obesity, lower limb amputation, and access to care. She is based at the VA, within the Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center and the Seattle-Denver Center for Innovation for Veteran Centered and Value-Driven Care. She recently co-led a national evaluation of access to care for rural Veterans. Currently, she is conducting a study on the outcomes after toe amputation. Littman is a collaborator on several studies, including one on incentives for physical activity and weight loss, and another examining associations between military service and health outcomes in the Millennium Cohort, a longitudinal study of more than 150,000 active duty and Reserve/National Guard personnel.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Cross-sectional Associations of Multiracial Identity with Self-Reported Asthma and Poor Health Among American Indian and Alaska Native Adults.
(2022 Oct 7)
J Racial Ethn Health Disparities
Stern KE, Hicks S, Gavin AR, Littman AJ, Wander PL

Diet Quality and Depression in a Cohort of American Indians: The Strong Heart Family Study.
(2022)
Am Indian Alsk Native Ment Health Res 29(3): 90-121
Neff Warner LR, Littman AJ, O'Leary M, Sarche M, Nelson LA, Gray JS, Fretts AM

Voices of Women Veterans with Lower Limb Prostheses: a Qualitative Study.
(2022 Sep)
J Gen Intern Med 37(Suppl 3): 799-805
Lehavot K, Young JP, Thomas RM, Williams RM, Turner AP, Norvell DC, Czerniecki JM, Korpak A, Littman AJ

Association between health care access and food insecurity among lower-income older adults with multiple chronic conditions in Washington State, USA.
(2022 May 23)
Public Health Nutr
Hill CM, Tseng AS, Holzhauer K, Littman AJ, Jones-Smith JC

Risks and Risk Factors for Contralateral Amputation in Patients who have Undergone Amputation for Chronic Limb Threatening Ischaemia.
(2022 Jul)
Eur J Vasc Endovasc Surg 64(1): 111-118
Czerniecki JM, Littman AJ, Landry G, Norvell DC

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