Daniel Webster, ScD '91, MPH, studies policies and programs intended to reduce gun violence and teaches public health approaches to violence prevention..
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Honors & Awards
- Webster DW, Wintemute GJ. Effects of policies designed to keep firearms from high-risk individuals. Annual Reviews of Public Health. 2015;36:21-37. PMID: 25581152.
- Webster DW, Crifasi CK, Vernick JS. Effects of the repeal of Missouri’s handgun purchaser licensing law on homicides. Journal of Urban Health 2014;91:293-302. Erratum: J Urban Health 2014; 91:598-601.
- Webster DW, Vernick JS, Eds. Reducing Gun Violence in America: Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013.
- Webster DW, Whitehill JM, Vernick JS, Curriero FC. Effects of Baltimore’s Safe Streets Program on gun violence: a replication of Chicago’s CeaseFire program. Journal of Urban Health, 2013; 90:27-40.
- Rudolph KE, Stuart EA, Vernick JS, Webster DW. Association between Connecticut’s permit-to-purchase handgun law and homicides. American Journal of Public Health, published online ahead of print June 11, 2015: e1–e6. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2015.302703.