Recent Rollins Research Publications

January 27, 2022

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.

Amit Shah, MD, was an author on the article "Stress Measurement in Primary Care: Conceptual Issues, Barriers, Resources and Recommendations for Study" published in Psychosomatic Medicine Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 

 David Benkeser, MPH, PHD, was an author on the article "Causal Inference Methods for Vaccine Sieve Aanalysis with Effect Modification" published in Statistics in Medicine.

Rachel A. Spencer, Emily D. Lemon, Kelli A. Komro,  Melvin D. Livingston, and Briana Woods-Jaeger were authors on the article "Women’s Lived Experiences with Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF): How TANF Can Better Support Women’s Wellbeing and Reduce Intimate Partner Violence "published in the International Journal of Environmental and Public Health Research.

 Timothy L. Lash, DSc, MPH, was an author on the article "Risk-stratified selection to colonoscpoy in FIT colorectal cancer screening: development and temporal validatiion of a prediction of model" published in the British Journal of Cancer.

Brian C Zanoni, MD, MPH was an author on the article "Mobile Phone-Based Intervention Among Asolescents LiVing With Perinatally Acquired HIV Transitioning from Pediactric to Adult Care: Protocol for the Interactive Transition Support for Adolescents living With HIV using Social Media (InTSHA) Study" published in the JMIR Publications.