Publications

Young ME and Wallace SP. (2019) Included, but Deportable: A New Public Health Approach to Policies that Criminalize and Integrate Immgrants. American Journal of Public Health. Published online ahead of print July 18, 2019.

Wallace SP, Young ME, Rodriguez M, Brindis C. (2019) A social determinants framework identifying state-level immigrant policies and their influence on health. SSM-Population Health; 7.

Young ME, Leon-Perez G, Wells CR, Wallace SP. (2018) More inclusive states, less poverty among immigrants? An examination of poverty, citizenship stratification, and state immigrant policies. Population Research and Policy Review; 37(2): 205-228.

Pourat N, Bonilla A, Young ME, Rodriguez M, Wallace SP. (2018) There and Back Again: How the Repeal of ACA Can Impact Community Health Centers and the Populations They Serve. Journal of Family and Community Health;41(2):83-94.

Young ME, Pebley AR. (2017) Legal status, time in the US, and the well-being of Latinos in Los Angeles. Journal of Urban Health; 94: 764-775.

Young ME, Madrigal DS. (2017) Documenting legal status: A systematic review of measurement of undocumented status in health research. Public Health Reviews; 38: 26.

Young ME, Leon-Perez G, Wells CR, Wallace SP. (2017) Inclusive state immigrant policies and health insurance among Latino, Asian, Black, and White noncitizens. Ethnicity and Health. Epub 20 October 2017.

Torres J, Young ME. (2016) A Life-Course Perspective on Legal Status Stratification and Health. SSM – Population Health; 2: 141-148. 

Castañeda H, Holmes S, Madrigal DS, Young ME, Beyeler N, Quesda J. (2015) Immigration as a Social Determinant of Health. Annual Review of Public Health; 36:1.1–1.18.