Recent Rollins Research Publications

October 30, 2020

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

Michael D. Garber, MPH; R.L. Felipe, Lobelo, MD, PhD, FAHA; and W. Dana Flanders, MD, DSc, MPH, MA; were authors on the article, “At-risk-measure sampling in case–control studies with aggregated data,” published in Epidemiology.

Patrick Sean Sullivan, DVM, PhD; Elizabeth Pembleton, MPH; Jennifer Taussig, MPH; Alexandra Ricca, MPH; Nicole Luisi, MPH; Ann N. Do, MD, MPH; Ronald O. Valdiserri, MD, MPH; Chandni Jaggi, MPH; Rebecca Filipowicz, MPH, MS; James Curran, MD, MPH; Travis H. Sanchez, MPH, DVM; and Aaron J. Siegler, PhD; were authors on the article, “A Data Visualization and Dissemination Resource to Support HIV Prevention and Care at the Local Level: Analysis and Uses of the AIDSVu Public Data Resource,” published in Journal of Medical Internet Research.

Terah Kalk, Irina Bergenfeld, Zoe Robbin, and Carl Jo Clark, ScD, MPH, were authors on the article, “A qualitative examination of alcohol use and IPV among Nepali couples in a violence prevention intervention,” published in Global Public Health.

Whitney L. Do; Mohammed K. Ali, MBChB, MSc, MBA; Aryeh D. Stein, MPH, PhD; and K. M. Venkat Narayan, MD, MSc, MBA; were authors on the article, “Consumption of Foods Derived from Subsidized Crops Remains Associated with Cardiometabolic Risk: An Update on the Evidence Using the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2009–2014,” published in Nutrients.

Meghan K. Herring, MPH, and Cassandra A. Kersten, MPH, were authors on the article, “Exploring Spatial Differences Between 2 US Firearm Mortality Data Sets in 2017,” published in Preventing Chronic Disease.

Jacqueline E. Rudolph, Matthew P. Fox, and Ashley I. Naimi were authors on the article, “Simulation as a Tool for Teaching and Learning Epidemiologic Methods,” published in American Journal of Epidemiology.

Xichi Zhang was the author on the article, “Pregnant women with COVID-19 and risk of adverse birth outcomes and maternal-fetal vertical transmission: a population-based cohort study in Wuhan, China,” published in BMC Medicine.

Azhar Nizam, MS; Angela Campbell, MA; N. Sarita Shah, MD, MPH; Lance A. Waller, PhD; Neel R. Gandhi, MD; and David Benkeser, PhD; were the authors on the article, “Schistosoma mansoni infection is associated with a higher probability of tuberculosis disease in HIV-infected adults in Kenya,” published in Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.