Publications and Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

Moradi-Jamei, B. Kramer, B.L., Santiago Calderón, J.B., & Korkmaz, G. “Community Formation and the Detection of GitHub Collaboration Networks.” Proceedings of the 2021 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining.

Kramer, B.L. (2020). “The Molecularization of Race in Testosterone Research.” BioSocieties. [Impact Factor = 3.083] [GitHub Repo] [Project Abstract]

Wotecki, C. E., Kramer, B. L., Lancaster, V. & Cohen, S. (2020). “Impacts and Echoes: The Lasting Influence of the White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health.” Annual Review of Nutrition. [Impact Factor = 10.897] [GitHub Repo] [Project Website]

Carlin, L. & Kramer, B.L. (2020). “Hair, Hormones & Ghosts: How Race is Submerged in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.” Science, Technology & Human Values. [Impact Factor = 3.160] [Project Abstract]

Himmelstein, M.S., Kramer, B.L., & Springer, K.W. (2019). Stress in Strong Convictions: Precarious Manhood Beliefs Moderate Cortisol Reactivity to Masculinity Threats. Psychology of Men and Masculinity. [Impact Factor = 1.813] [Project Abstract]

Kramer, B.L., Himmelstein, M.S., & Springer, K.W. (2017). Getting to the Heart of Masculinity Stressors: Masculinity Threats Induce Pronounced Vagal Withdrawal During a Speaking Task. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. [Impact Factor = 3.118] [Project Abstract]


Papers Under Review

Gitre, E., Kramer, B. L., Dawson, C., & Korkmaz, G. “Across the Color Line: Using Text Networks to Examine Black and White US Soldiers’ Views on Race and Segregation during World War II.” Revise and Resubmit at Current Research in Digital History. Project Website Available.

Pristavec. P., Kramer, B. L., & Goldstein, J. “Modeling Neighborhood Change to Mitigate Gentrification: A Case Study of Fairfax County, VA.” Revise and Resubmit at Urban Studies.

Kramer, B. L. & Lee, C. “The Rise of Diversity and Population Terminology in Biomedical Research.” Draft and Project Website Available.

Keller, S., Pristavec. P., Kramer, B. L., Montalvo, C., Shipp, S., Dorius, C., Lancaster, V., Lambur, M., Linehan, Van Selous, K., Stockham, M., Voss, M., & Saimun, H. “A Review of Data Underlying Community-Based Research.” Draft Available.

Glenn, S., Greene, K., Ray A., Kramer, B. L., Lyons, R. & Hecht, M. “The Relationship Between Social Media Use and Substance Use: Results from a Study of REAL media.” Draft Available.


Other Public-Facing Work

Kramer, B. L., Santiago Calderón, J.B., & Korkmaz, G. “U.S.-International Collaborations in Open-Source Software: 2018.” (forthcoming) Invention, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation. Science and Engineering Indicators (2022). Official Report Published by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics.

Santiago Calderón, J.B., Kramer, B. L., & Korkmaz, G. “Cumulative Contribution to U.S. Federal Departments and Agencies to Open-Source Software on GitHub: 2010-2019.” (forthcoming) Invention, Knowledge Transfer, and Innovation. Science and Engineering Indicators (2022). Official Report Published by the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics.

Kramer, B. L., Lancaster, V., and Moltavo, C. (2020) “Three-State Comparison: Virginia, Iowa, and Oregon.” Contextual Report for UVA Biocomplexity & Gates Foundation Economic Mobility Shiny App

Tobin, E., Cong, C., Halewicz, V., Neville, Q., Pristavec, T., Goldstein, J., Kramer, B. L., Shipp, S., Tobin, J. (2020) “Creating CommunityScapes: Using Data Science to Inform Evidence-Based Health Policy.” MethodSpace. SAGE Publishing.

Cong, C., Isch, C., Tobin, E., Korkmaz, G., Santiago Calderón, J. B., Schroeder, A. and Kramer, B. L. (2020) “Open Source: The Future of Software Innovation.” MethodSpace. SAGE Publishing.