Weekly Recap: Recent Publications

February 27, 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.

Natalie D. Crawford, PhD, Taynel Albarran, Allison Chamberlain, PhD, Roderick Hopkins, Dorie Josma, and Joseph Morris were authors on the article, “Willingness to Discuss and Screen for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Pharmacies Among Men Who Have Sex With Men,” published in Journal of Pharmacy Practice.

Felipe Lobelo, MD, PhD, was an author on the article, “Validation of Maximal, Submaximal, and Nonexercise Indirect V˙O2max Estimations at 2600 m Altitude,” published in High Altitude Medicine & Biology.

Timothy L. Lash, DSc, was an author on the article, “The role of H1 antihistamines in contralateral breast cancer: a Danish nationwide cohort study,” published in British Journal of Cancer.

Maria Zlotorzynska, PhD, was an author on the article, “Association between STI screening intensity in men who have sex with men and gonococcal susceptibility in 21 States in the USA: an ecological study,” published in Sexually Transmitted Infections.

Jannie Nielsen, PhD, was an author on the article, “Effect of familial diabetes status and age at diagnosis on type 2 diabetes risk: a nation-wide register-based study from Denmark,” published in Diabetologia.

Siran He, MSPH, Reynaldo Martorell, PhD, K.M. Venkat Narayan, MD, and Aryeh D. Stein, PhD, were authors on the article, “Leptin partially mediates the association between early-life nutritional supplementation and long-term glycemic status among women in a Guatemalan longitudinal cohort,” published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

Guannan Geng, PhD, Xia Meng, PhD, and Yang Liu, PhD, were authors on the article, “Random forest models for PM2.5 speciation concentrations using MISR fractional AODs,” published in Environmental Research Letters.

Tené T. Lewis, PhD, was an author on the article, “Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factor Burden During the Menopause Transition and Late Midlife Subclinical Vascular Disease: Does Race/Ethnicity Matter?” published in Journal of the American Heart Association.

Allison T. Chamberlain, PhD, Robert A. Bednarczyk, PhD, and Fauzia Malik, PhD, were authors on the article, “Characterizing the vaccine knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and intentions of pregnant women in Georgia and Colorado,” published in Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics.

Jeb Jones, PhD, Karen Dominguez, MPH, Samuel Jenness, PhD, Aaron Siegler, PhD, and Patrick Sullivan, PhD, were authors on the article, “A Theoretically Based Mobile App to Increase Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Uptake Among Men Who Have Sex With Men: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial,” published in JMIR Research Protocols.

Kyle Steenland, PhD, was an author on the article, “Nitrogen dioxide exposures from biomass cookstoves in the Peruvian Andes.” published in Indoor Air.

Karla Galaviz, PhD, Alysse Kowalski, MPH, Matthew Magee, PhD, K. M. Venkat Narayan, MD, and Mohammed K. Ali, MD, were authors on the article, “Comparison of Cardiovascular Events Among Users of Different Classes of Antihypertension Medications,” published in Cardiology.

Jeffrey M. Switchenko, PhD, and Lance A. Waller, PhD, were authors on the article, “Exploring spatially varying demographic associations with gonorrhea incidence in Baltimore, Maryland, 2002–2005,” published in Journal of Geographical Systems.

Allison L. Hargreaves, MPH, Paula Frew, PhD, Allison T. Chamberlain, PhD, Laura A. Randall, MPH, and Robert A. Bednarczyk, PhD, were authors on the article, “Adherence to Timely Vaccinations in the United States,” published in Pediatrics.

George Cotsonis, MS, Azhar Nizam, MS, and Carolyn Drews-Botsch, PhD, were authors on the article, “Long-term Effect of Intraocular Lens vs Contact Lens Correction on Visual Acuity After Cataract Surgery During Infancy,” published in JAMA Opthalmology.

Peter Teunis, PhD, was an author on the article, “Tracing the Origin of Food-borne Disease Outbreaks: A Network Model Approach.” published in Epidemiology.

Abu Mohd Naser Titu, PhD, was an author on the article, “Modeling the Relationship of Groundwater Salinity to Neonatal and Infant Mortality From the Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey 2000 to 2014,” published in GeoHealth.

Metrecia L. Terrell, MSPH, M. Elizabeth Marder, PhD, Dana Boyd Barr, PhD, and Michele Marcus, PhD, were authors on the article, “Examining Reproductive Health Outcomes in Females Exposed to Polychlorinated Biphenyl and Polybrominated Biphenyl,” published in Scientific Reports.