Matthew E. Dupre

Matthew E. Dupre

Professor of Sociology

External Address: 
215 Morris Street, Imperial Bldg., Suite 210, Durham, NC 27701
Internal Office Address: 
Duke Box 104023, Durham, NC 27708
Phone: 
(919) 681-6811
Office Hours: 
By appointment.Contact:   Naomi PrattAdministrative Assistant toMatthew E. Dupre, Ph.D.(919) 668-8101

Overview

Areas of Expertise:
Social epidemiology; Medical sociology; Health services research; Cardiovascular disease; Aging; and Quantitative methods

Education & Training

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Unc Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2005 - 2007

  • Ph.D., Duke University 2005

Selected Grants

Behavioral and Physiology in Aging awarded by National Institutes of Health (Mentor). 2015 to 2020

HeartRescue awarded by University of Washington (Co Investigator). 2016 to 2019

Evaluating and Improving Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Efforts in Hemodialysis Clinics awarded by National Institutes of Health (Senior Statistician). 2017 to 2019

Evaluation of Healthy Places NC--Phase III awarded by Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust (Investigator). 2017 to 2018

An Innovative Model to Predict Readmissions in Adults with Cardiovascular Disease awarded by National Institutes of Health (Principal Investigator). 2013 to 2018

Heart Rescue Flagship Premier Partner Program "RACE CARs" awarded by Medtronic Foundation (Statistician). 2013 to 2017

Healthy Places North Carolina Evaluation Phase II awarded by Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust (Investigator). 2015 to 2017

HeartRescue awarded by University of Washington (Co Investigator). 2016 to 2017

Marital Trajectories and Cardiovascular Disease in the United States awarded by National Institutes of Health (Principal Investigator). 2013 to 2017

Gu, D, and Dupre, ME. "Assessment of reliability of mortality and morbidity in the 1998–2002 CLHLS waves." Healthy Longevity in China: Springer NY. Springer Netherlands, 2008. 99-116.

Xu, H, Dupre, ME, Østbye, T, Vorderstrasse, AA, and Wu, B. "Residential Mobility and Cognitive Function Among Middle-Aged and Older Adults in China." Research on Aging 41.1 (January 2019): 3-30. Full Text

Zhang, X, Dupre, ME, Qiu, L, Zhou, W, Zhao, Y, and Gu, D. "Age and sex differences in the association between access to medical care and health outcomes among older Chinese." Bmc Health Services Research 18.1 (December 29, 2018): 1004-null. Full Text

Xu, H, Vorderstrasse, AA, Dupre, ME, McConnell, ES, Østbye, T, and Wu, B. "Gender differences in the association between migration and cognitive function among older adults in China and India." Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 81 (November 22, 2018): 31-38. Full Text

Hansen, SM, Hansen, CM, Fordyce, CB, Dupre, ME, Monk, L, Tyson, C, Torp-Pedersen, C, McNally, B, Vellano, K, Jollis, J, Granger, CB, and CARES Surveillance Group, . "Association Between Driving Distance From Nearest Fire Station and  Survival of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest." Journal of the American Heart Association 7.21 (November 2018): e008771-null. Full Text

Malta Hansen, C, Kragholm, K, Dupre, ME, Pearson, DA, Tyson, C, Monk, L, Rea, TD, Starks, MA, Nelson, D, Jollis, JG, McNally, B, Corbett, CM, and Granger, CB. "Association of Bystander and First-Responder Efforts and Outcomes According to Sex: Results From the North Carolina HeartRescue Statewide Quality Improvement Initiative." Journal of the American Heart Association 7.18 (September 2018): e009873-null. Full Text

Dupre, ME, Xu, H, Granger, BB, Lynch, SM, Nelson, A, Churchill, E, Willis, JM, Curtis, LH, and Peterson, ED. "Access to routine care and risks for 30-day readmission in patients with cardiovascular disease." American Heart Journal 196 (February 2018): 9-17. Full Text

Xu, H, Vorderstrasse, AA, McConnell, ES, Dupre, ME, Østbye, T, and Wu, B. "Migration and cognitive function: a conceptual framework for Global Health Research." Global Health Research and Policy 3 (January 2018): 34-null. (Review) Full Text

Xu, H, Ostbye, T, Vorderstrasse, AA, Dupre, ME, and Wu, B. "Place of Residence and Cognitive Function among the Adult Population in India." Neuroepidemiology 50.3-4 (January 2018): 119-127. Full Text

Dupre, ME, Nelson, A, Lynch, SM, Granger, BB, Xu, H, Churchill, E, Willis, JM, Curtis, LH, and Peterson, ED. "Socioeconomic, Psychosocial and Behavioral Characteristics of Patients Hospitalized With Cardiovascular Disease." The American Journal of the Medical Sciences 354.6 (December 2017): 565-572. Full Text

Dupre, ME, Gu, D, Xu, H, Willis, J, Curtis, LH, and Peterson, ED. "Racial and Ethnic Differences in Trajectories of Hospitalization in US Men and Women With Heart Failure." Journal of the American Heart Association 6.11 (November 16, 2017). Full Text

Pages

Pun, PH, Dupre, M, Anderson, M, Hansen, SM, Tyson, C, Frizzelle, B, Vellano, K, Jollis, J, McNally, B, and Granger, C. "CHARACTERISTICS OF CARDIAC ARREST AND BYSTANDER RESUSCITATION WITHIN OUTPATIENT DIALYSIS CLINICS IN NORTH CAROLINA." March 2018. Full Text

Hansen, S, Hansen, CM, Fordyce, C, Dupre, M, Monk, L, Tyson, C, Jollis, J, Granger, C, and Grp, CARESS. "EARLY DEFIBRILLATION BY FIRST-RESPONDERS IN RELATION TO FIRE STATIONS: OPTIMAL BENEFIT ACCORDING TO LOCATION." March 21, 2017.

Fordyce, CB, Hansen, CM, Kragholm, K, Jollis, JG, Roettig, ML, Dupre, ME, Becker, LB, Corbett, CC, Monk, L, Nelson, RD, Pearson, DA, Tyson, C, Van Diepen, S, Anderson, ML, McNally, B, and Granger, CB. "STATEWIDE INITIATIVES IMPROVE THE CARE AND OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS WITH OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST AT HOME AND IN PUBLIC LOCATIONS: RESULTS FROM THE HEARTRESCUE PROJECT." April 2016. Full Text

Kragholm, K, Hansen, CM, Pearson, DA, Tyson, C, Monk, L, Nelson, D, Dupre, M, Jollis, J, McNally, B, and Granger, C. "Improved survival after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest most substantial in younger patients - results from a statewide quality improvement initiative in North Carolina during 2010-2013." August 1, 2015.

Hansen, CM, Kragholm, K, Pearson, DA, Tyson, C, Monk, L, Nelson, D, Dupre, ME, Jollis, JG, McNally, B, and Granger, CB. "Survival improved for men but not women, despite increased bystander CPR and first resonder defibrillation for both: results form a statewide quality improvement initiative." August 1, 2015.

Rao, MP, Dupre, M, Hansen, C, Milford-Beland, S, Monk, L, Tyson, C, Pearson, DA, Nelson, RD, Meyers, B, Jollis, JG, and Granger, CB. "Pre-Hospital Initiation of Therapeutic Hypothermia Associated With Better Survival and Neurologic Outcome in a Broad Population of Patients in North Carolina." November 25, 2014.

Hansen, CM, Jollis, JG, Dupre, M, McNally, B, Monk, L, Tyson, C, Pearson, DA, Nelson, RD, Myers, B, and Granger, CB. "Improved Rates of Bystander and First Responder Intervention Are Associated with Improved Survival After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Following Statewide Quality Improvement Initiative." November 25, 2014.

Hansen, CM, Jollis, JG, Dupre, M, McNally, B, Monk, L, Tyson, C, Pearson, DA, Nelson, RD, Myers, B, and Granger, CB. "Early Defibrillation, Mainly by Bystanders and First Responders, Associated with Higher Survival in Statewide Data." November 25, 2014.

Fosbol, EL, Strauss, B, Swanson, D, Myers, B, Dupre, M, McNally, B, Anderson, M, Bagai, A, Monk, L, Garvey, J, Bitner, M, Jollis, J, and Granger, C. "NEIGHBORHOOD CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH INCIDENCE OF OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIAC ARREST AND LOW RATES OF BYSTANDER-INITIATED CPR: IMPLICATIONS FOR COMMUNITY-BASED EDUCATION INTERVENTION.": Elsevier BV, March 2013. Full Text

Al-Khatib, SM, Allen LaPointe, N, Chatterjee, R, Crowley, MJ, Dupre, ME, Kong, DF, Lopes, RD, Povsic, TJ, Raju, SS, Kosinski, A, McBroom, AJ, Chobot, MM, Gray, R, and Sanders, GD. Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation. Comparative Effectiveness Review 119. Rockville, MD: AHRQ Publication, June 28, 2013.