Steve J. Mooney

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology



PhD Epidemiology, Columbia University, 2016
MS Epidemiology, Columbia University, 2012
BS Computer Science, Yale University, 1998



Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center
Box 359960
Seattle, WA
University of Washington
Office F-261B
Box 357236
Department of Epidemiology

Research Interests

Dr. Mooney is interested, broadly, in how cities affect health, and how we can know whether they do. His research focuses on built environment influences on pedestrian injury and physical activity, augmented with a stable of side projects digging into epidemiologic methodology.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Associations between neighborhood disinvestment and breast cancer outcomes within a populous state registry.
(2021 Sep 8)
Plascak JJ, Rundle AG, Xu X, Mooney SJ, Schootman M, Lu B, Roy J, Stroup AM, Llanos AAM

Differential associations of the built environment on weight gain by sex and race/ethnicity but not age.
(2021 Aug 27)
Int J Obes (Lond)
Buszkiewicz JH, Bobb JF, Kapos F, Hurvitz PM, Arterburn D, Moudon AV, Cook A, Mooney SJ, Cruz M, Gupta S, Lozano P, Rosenberg DE, Theis MK, Anau J, Drewnowski A

G-computation and agent-based modeling for social epidemiology: Can population interventions prevent post-traumatic stress disorder?
(2021 Aug 18)
Am J Epidemiol
Mooney SJ, Shev AB, Keyes KM, Tracy M, Cerdá M

Using universal kriging to improve neighborhood physical disorder measurement.
(2020 Nov 1)
Sociol Methods Res 49(4): 1163-1185
Mooney SJ, Bader MD, Lovasi GS, Neckerman KM, Rundle AG, Teitler JO

The association between three key social determinants of health and life dissatisfaction: A 2017 behavioral risk factor surveillance system analysis.
(2021 Jul 13)
Prev Med 153(): 106724
Lund JJ, Chen TT, LaBazzo GE, Hawes SE, Mooney SJ

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