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Jean Bikomeye

Jean Bikomeye_Academic Profile

Jean Bikomeye

PhD Student

Locations

  • Public & Community Health

Contact Information

Biography

Faculty Advisor: Kirsten Beyer, PhD, MPH, MS
Year Entered MCW: 2019
Previous Education: BA Biology with Minors in Chemistry and Physics - William Penn University; MPH - Mount Kenya University - Kigali Campus

Research Interests

Global health, social determinants of health, community & families well-being improvement, neighborhood characteristics (social and built neighborhood environment) and how they affect chronic disease outcomes

Publications

  1. The Impact of Schoolyard Greening on Children’s Physical Activity and Socioemotional Health: A Systematic Review of Experimental Studies: Jean C. BikomeyeJoanna Balza, and Kirsten M.M. Beyer: Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202118(2), 535; ( PMCID: PMC7827958, PMID: 33561082, doi: 10.3390/ijerph18020535).
  2. Positive Externalities of Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation for Human Health: A Review and Conceptual Framework for Public Health Research: Jean C. BikomeyeCaitlin S. Rublee, and Kirsten M. M. Beyer: Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202118(5), 2481 (PMCID: PMC7967605; PMID: 33802347, doi: 10.3390/ijerph18052481).
  3. Resilience and Equity in a Time of Crises: Investing in Public Urban Greenspace Is Now More Essential Than Ever in the US and Beyond: Jean C. BikomeyeSima NaminChima AnyanwuCaitlin S. Rublee, Jamie FerschingerKen LeinbachPatricia LindquistAugust HoppeLawrence HoffmanJustin HegartyDwayne Sperber, and Kirsten M. M. Beyer: Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202118(16), 8420 (PMCID: PMC8392137, PMID: 34444169, doi: 10.3390/ijerph18168420).
  4. Greenspace, Inflammation, Cardiovascular Health, and Cancer: A Review and Conceptual Framework for Greenspace in Cardio-Oncology Research: Jean C. BikomeyeAndreas M. Beyer, Jamila L. Kwarteng and Kirsten M.M. Beyer: Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 202219(4), 2426 (PMID: 35206610; PMCID: PMC8872601; doi: 10.3390/ijerph19042426).  

  5. Balza, J.S.; Bikomeye, J.C.; Beyer, K.M.M.; Rublee, C.S.; Flynn, K.E. Elevated blood lead levels of refugee children in the United States: A systematic review of recent literature (2011-2021): Rev. Environ. Health 2022 (PMID: 35443103; doi:10.1515/reveh-2022-0015).