Jason Schnittker (PSC Research Associate) and Duy Do (GGD PhD Candidate) tied for the IPUMS Health Surveys Published Research award for their paper, "Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Mental Health Paradoxes Among Racial-Ethnic Minorities."
Jason Schnittker, John M. MacDonald and colleagues discuss the long term consequences of mass incarceration in the US in the new Penn SAS magazine Omnia.
Jason Schnittker's newly published study on the correlation between incarceration rates and health care is highlighted in Penn News.
Jason Schnittker writes on "Crime and Health" in the Faculty Opinion section of the Fall/Winter 2013 Penn Arts & Sciences Magazine.
A study co-authored by Jason Schnittker shows that many of the most common psychiatric disorders found among former inmates, including impulse-control disorders, emerge in childhood and adolescence and predate incarceration.
Jason Schnittker comments in the Wall Street Journal on the impacts of not polling prison communities.
The Utne Reader reported on an article by Jason Schnittker and Michael Massoglia published in the journal Contexts in 2009 entitled "No Real Release."