Rupali Limaye, PhD ’12, MPH, MA, studies how health information can best be communicated to individuals in different contexts and through different channels.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Limaye, R.J., Sauer, M., Ali, J., Bernstein, J., Wahl, B.P., Barnhill, A., Labrique, A.B. (2020). Building trust while influencing online COVID-19 content in a socially mediated world. The Lancet Digital Health, 2(6), e277-e278.
- Limaye, R.J., Malik, F., Frew, P.M., Randall, L.A., Ellingson, M.K., O’Leary, S.T., Bednarczyk, R.A., Oloko, O., Salmon, D.A., Omer, S.B. (In press). Patient decision-making related to maternal and childhood vaccines: exploring the role of trust in providers through a relational theory of power approach. Health Education & Behavior, 47(3), 449-456.
- Dudley, M.Z., Halsey, N., Omer, S.B., Orenstein, W.A., O’Leary, S.T., Limaye, R.J., Salmon, D.A. (2020). Updated Evidence and Causality Assessment for 46 Adverse Events Following Immunization with Routinely Recommended Vaccines in the United States: A Systematic Review. The Lancet Infectious Diseases.
- Holroyd, T., Oloko, O., Omer, S.B., Salmon, D.A., Limaye, R.J. (2020). Communicating Recommendations in Public Health Emergencies: The Role Of Public Health Authorities. Health Security,18(1), 21-28.
- Holroyd, T. A., Sauer, M. A., & Limaye, R. J. (2020). Vaccine decision-making among parents of children on Medicaid with and without autism spectrum disorder. Vaccine, 38(43), 6777-6784.