Weekly Recap: Recent Publications

February 13, 2020

Rollins students and faculty are frequent authors and collaborators on articles that advance research, provoke thought, and inspire action. Below are a few of this week’s publication highlights.

Yi-An Ko, PhD, Amit J. Shah, MD, and Viola Vaccarino, MD, PhD, were authors on the article, “An unbiased, efficient sleep-wake detection algorithm for a population with sleep disorders: Change Point Decoder,” published in Sleep.

Caroline Barry was an author on the article, “Trends Over Time and Jurisdiction Variability in Supplemental Security Income and State Supplementary Payment Programs for Children With Disabilities,” published in Journal of Public Health Management & Practice.

Jose Binongo, PhD, Jane Wei, MPH, and Yuan Liu, PhD, were authors on the article, “Priorities in coronary artery bypass grafting: Is midterm survival more dependent on completeness of revascularization or multiple arterial grafts?” published in The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.

Courtney R. Yarbrough, PhD, was an author on the article, “Gaps In Access To Opioid Use Disorder Treatment For Medicare Beneficiaries,” published in Health Affairs.

Kathryn Yount, PhD, was an author on the article, “Comfort in Labor: ‘Like Being Able to Exhale’” published in The Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing.

Kimberly R. Jacob Arriola, PhD, Anna Ellis, MDP, Amy Webb-Girard, PhD, Emily Awino Ogutu, Emilie McClintic, MPH, Bethany Caruso, PhD, and Matthew C. Freeman, PhD, were the authors of the article, “Designing integrated interventions to improve nutrition and WASH behaviors in Kenya,” published in Pilot and Feasibility Studies.

Joseph Lipscomb, PhD, Cam Escoffery, PhD, Robert A. Smith, PhD, Toni Chociemski, MPH, Lyn Almon, MSPH, Renjian Jiang, MS, MPH, Xi Sheng, MPH, Michael Goodman, MD, and Kevin Ward, PhD, were authors on the article, “Improving Screening Uptake among Breast Cancer Survivors and Their First-Degree Relatives at Elevated Risk to Breast Cancer: Results and Implications of a Randomized Study in the State of Georgia,” published in International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

Amy E. Kirby, PhD, Yvonne Kienas, MPH, Wanzhe Zhu, PhD, Jerusha Barton, MPH, Emeli Anderson, MSPH, Melissa Sizemore, MPH, and Christine L. Moe, PhD, were authors on the article, “Norovirus Seroprevalence among Adults in the United States: Analysis of NHANES Serum Specimens from 1999–2000 and 2003–2004,” published in Viruses.

Metrecia L. Terrell, MSPH, and Michele Marcus, PhD, were authors on the article, “Endometriosis, endocrine disrupters, and epigenetics: an investigation into the complex interplay in women with polybrominated biphenyl exposure and endometriosis,” published in Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.

Renee Moore, PhD, and Yi Lasanajak, MS, MSPH, were authors on the article, “Self-reported sleep disturbance in Crohn’s disease is not confirmed by objective sleep measures,” published in Scientific Reports.

Angela Campbell, MA, Salim Allana, MD, and Neel R. Gandhi, MD, were authors on the article, “CD4 T Cells in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Schistosoma mansoni Co-infected Individuals Maintain Functional TH1 Responses,” published in Frontiers in Immunology.

Dian Luo was an author on the article, “Research on the economic risk of diseases in middle-aged and elderly patients with diabetes—evidence from China,” published in Journal of Public Health.

Kevin C. Ward, PhD, was an author on the article, “Association of Germline Genetic Testing Results With Locoregional and Systemic Therapy in Patients With Breast Cancer,” published in JAMA Oncology.