Publications

Lohr S.L., Riddles M.K., and Brick J.M. (2019).

Goodness-of-fit tests for distributions estimated from complex survey data.

Vericker T., Dixit-Joshi S., Taylor J., Giesen L., Gearing M., Baier K., Lee H., Trundle K., Manglitz C., and May L. (2019).

The evaluation of Food Insecurity Nutrition Incentives (FINI): Interim report.

Psoter W.J., Morse D.E., Kerr A.R., Tomar S.L., Aguilar M.L., Harris D.R., Stone L.H., Makhija S.K., Kaste L.M., Strumwasser B., Pihlstrom D.J., Masterson E.E., and Meyerowitz C. (2019).

Oral cancer examinations and lesion discovery as reported by U.S. general dentists: Findings from the National Dental Practice-Based Research Network.

Dirajlal-Fargo S., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Weinberg A., Yu Q., Cohen R., Harris D.R., Bowman E., Gabriel J., Kulkarni M., Funderburg N., Chakhtoura N., and McComsey G.A. (2019).

HIV-exposed-uninfected infants have increased inflammation and monocyte activation.

Hempel S., Miake-Lye I., Brega A.G., Buckhold F., Hassell S., Nowalk M.P., Rubenstein L., Schreiber K., Spector W.D., Kilbourne A.M., and Ganz D.A. (2019).

Quality improvement toolkits: Recommendations for development.

Kirkpatrick S. I., Guenther P.M., Douglass D., Zimmerman T., Kahle L.L., Atoloye A., Marcinow M., Savoie-Roskos M.R., Dodd K.W., and Durward C. (2019).

The provision of assistance does not substantially impact the accuracy of 24-hour dietary recalls completed using the Automated Self-Administered 24-H Dietary Assessment Tool among women with low incomes.

Soule E.K., Plunk A.D., Harrell P.T., Hayes R.B., and Edwards K.C. (2019).

Longitudinal analysis of associations between reasons for electronic cigarette use and change in smoking status among adults in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.

Chang C.M., Rostron B.L., Chang J.T., Corey C.G., Kimmel H.L., Sosnoff C.S., Goniewicz M.L., Edwards K.C., Hatsukami D.K., Wang Y., Del Valle-Pinero A.Y., Yang M., Travers M.J., Arnstein S., Taylor K., Conway K., Ambrose B.K., Borek N., Hyland A., Wang L., Blount B.C., and van Bemmel D.M. (2019).

Biomarkers of exposure among U.S. adult cigar smokers: Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study Wave 1 (2013-2014).

Wright K.B., Fisher C., Rising C., Burke-Garcia A., Afanaseva D., and Cai X. (2019).

Partnering with mommy bloggers to disseminate breast cancer risk information: Social media intervention.

Boyle R.G., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., and Tang Z. (2019).

Examining quit attempts and successful quitting after recent cigarette tax increases.

Messier K.P., Wheeler D.C., Flory A.R., Jones R.R., Nolan B.T., and Ward M.H. (2019).

Modeling groundwater nitrate exposure in private wells of North Carolina for the Agricultural Health Study.

Adler C., Friesen M.C., Yeboah E.D., Tettey Y., Biritwum R.B., Adjei A.A., Tay E., Okyne V., Mensah J.E., Truelove A., Yang B., Kelly S.P., Zhou C.K., McCullough L.E., Pardo L., Hoover R.N., Hsing A.W., Cook M.B., and Koutros S. (2019).

Usual adult occupation and risk of prostate cancer in West African men: The Ghana Prostate Study.

Stewart D.R., Best A.F., Williams G.M., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Harris A.K., Kratz C.P., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., Rosenberg P.S., Hill D.A., and Schultz K.A.P. (2019).

Neoplasm risk among individuals with a pathogenic germline variant in DICER1.

Siegel S., Leath B., Fry S., Pierce C., Teixeira N., Burns W., Freed N., Weinfurter P., Dorsey B., Nooney J., and Williams S. (2018).

State and territorial efforts to reduce health disparities: Findings of a 2016 survey by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health.

Wyss A.B., House J.S., Hoppin J.A., Richards M., Hankinson J.L., Long S., Henneberger P.K., Beane Freeman L.E., Sandler D.P., O'Connell E.L., Cummings C.B., Umbach D.M., and London S.J. (2018).

Raw milk consumption and other early-life farm exposures and adult pulmonary function in the Agricultural Lung Health Study.

Pradhan R., Garnick K., Barkondaj B., Jordan H.S., Ash A., and Yu H. (2018).

Inadequate diversity of information resources searched in US-affiliated systematic reviews and meta-analyses: 2005-2016.

Kurti A.N., Redner R., Bunn J.Y., Tang K., Nighbor T., Lopez A.A., Keith D.R., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., Phillips J., Parker M.A., Quisenberry A.J., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Examining the relationship between pregnancy and quitting use of tobacco products in a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age.

Nighbor T.D., Doogan N.J., Roberts M.E., Cepeda-Benito A., Kurti A.N., Priest J.S., Johnson H.K., Lopez A.A., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Redner R., Parker M.A., Keith D.R., Quisenberry A.J., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Smoking prevalence and trends among a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age in rural versus urban settings.

Kurti A.N., Bunn J.Y., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Redner R., Lopez A.A., Gaalema D.E., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., Phillips J.K., Quisenberry A.J., Keith D.R., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Patterns of single and multiple tobacco product use among US women of reproductive age.

Silveira M.L., Conway K.P., Green V.R., Kasza K.A., Sargent J.D., Borek N., Stanton C.A., Cohn A., Hilmi N., Cummings K.M., Niaura R.S., Lambert E.Y., Brunette M.F., Zandberg I., Tanski S.E., Reissig C.J., Callahan-Lyon P., Slavit W.I., Hyland A.J., and Compton W.M. (2018).

Longitudinal associations between youth tobacco and substance use in waves 1 and 2 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Corey C.G., Holder-Hayes E., Nguyen A.B., Delnevo C.D., Rostron B.L., Bansal-Travers M., Kimmel H.L., Koblitz A., Lambert E., Pearson J.L., Sharma E., Tworek C., Hyland A.J., Conway K.P., Ambrose B.K., and Borek N. (2018).

US adult cigar smoking patterns, purchasing behaviors, and reasons for use according to cigar type: Findings from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, 2013-2014.

Tanski S., Emond J., Stanton C., Kirchner T., Choi K., Yang L., Ryant C., Robinson J., and Hyland A. (2018).

Youth access to tobacco products in the United States: Findings from Wave 1 (2013-2014) of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study.

Kasza K.A., Coleman B., Sharma E., Conway K.P., Cummings K.M., Goniewicz M.L., Niaura R.S., Lambert E.Y., Schneller L.M., Feirman S.P., Donaldson E.A., Cheng Y.C., Murphy I., Pearson J.L., Trinidad D.R., Bansal-Travers M., Elton-Marshall T., Gundersen D.A., Stanton C.A., Abrams D.B., Fong G.T., Borek N., Compton W.M., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Correlates of transitions in tobacco product use by U.S. adult tobacco users between 2013-2014 and 2014-2015: Findings from the PATH Study Wave 1 and Wave 2.

Green V.R., Conway K.P., Silveira M.L., Kasza K.A., Cohn A., Cummings K.M., Stanton C.A., Callahan-Lyon P., Slavit W., Sargent J.D., Hilmi N., Niaura R.S., Reissig C.J., Lambert E., Zandberg I., Brunette M.F., Tanski S.E., Borek N., Hyland A.J., and Compton W.M. (2018).

Mental health problems and onset of tobacco use among 12- to 24-year-olds in the PATH Study.

Cooper M., Pacek L.R., Guy M.C., Barrington-Trimis J.L., Simon P., Stanton C., and Kong G. (2018).

Hookah use among U.S. youth: A systematic review of the literature from 2009-2017.

Cohn A.M., Johnson A.L., Rose S.W., Pearson J.L., Villanti A.C., and Stanton C. (2018).

Population-level patterns and mental health and substance use correlates of alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco use and co-use in US young adults and adults: Results from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health.

Tourangeau R., Yan T., Sun H., Hyland A., and Stanton C.A. (2018).

Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) reliability and validity study: Selected reliability and validity estimates.

Parker M.A., Villanti A.C., Quisenberry A.J., Stanton C.A., Doogan N.J., Redner R., Gaalema D.E., Kurti A.N., Nighbor T., Roberts M.E., Cepeda-Benito A., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Tobacco product harm perceptions and new use.

Kasza K.A., Borek N., Conway K.P., Goniewicz M.L., Stanton C.A., Sharma E., Fong G.T., Abrams D.B., Coleman B., Schneller L.M., Lambert E.Y., Pearson J.L., Bansal-Travers M., Murphy I., Cheng Y.C., Donaldson E.A., Feirman S.P., Gravely S., Elton-Marshall T., Trinidad D.R., Gundersen D.A., Niaura R.S., Cummings K.M., Compton W.M., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Transitions in tobacco product use by U.S. adults between 2013-2014 and 2014-2015: Findings from the PATH Study Wave 1 and Wave 2.

Jones R.R., VoPham T., Sevilla B., Airola M., Flory A.R., Deziel N.C., Nuckols J.R., Pronk A., Laden F., and Ward M.H. (2018).

Verifying locations of sources of historical environmental releases of dioxin-like compounds in the U.S.: Implications for exposure assessment and epidemiologic inference.

Lin T.-H., Flores Cervantes I., Saito S., and Bain R. (2018).

Evaluating nonresponse weighting adjustment for the Population-Based HIV Impact Assessments Surveys: On incorporating survey outcomes.

Marker D.A., Mardon R., Jenkins F., Campione J., Nooney J., Li J., Saydeh S., Zhang X., Shrestha S., and Rolka D. (2018).

State-level estimation of diabetes and prediabetes prevalence: Combining national and local survey data and clinical data.

Lunsford N.B., Berktold J., Holman D.M., Stein K., Prempeh A., and Yerkes A. (2018).

Skin cancer knowledge, awareness, beliefs and preventive behaviors among Black and Hispanic men and women.

Khan N.E., Ling A., Raske M.E., Harney L.A., Carr A.G., Field A., Harris A.K., Williams G.M., Dehner L.P., Messinger Y.H., Hill D.A., Schultz K.A.P., and Stewart D.R. (2018).

Structural renal abnormalities in the DICER1 syndrome: A family-based cohort study.

Tucker M.A., Elder D.E., Curry M., Fraser M.C., Pichler V., Zametkin D., Yang X.R., and Goldstein A.M. (2018).

Risks of melanoma and other cancers in melanoma-prone families over 4 decades.

Seeger M.W., Pechta L.E., Price S.M., Lubell K.M., Rose D.A., Sapru S., Chansky M.C., and Smith B.J. (2018).

A conceptual model for evaluating emergency risk communication in public health.

Lally M.A., van den Berg J.J., Westfall A.O., Rudy B.J., Hosek S.G., Fortenberry J.D., Monte D., Tanney M.R., McFarland E.J., Xu J., Kapogiannis B.G., Wilson C.M., and The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN) (2018).

HIV continuum of care for youth in the United States.

Lin T., Weil N.V., Flores Cervantes I., and Saito S. (2017).

Developing nonresponse weighting adjustments for population-based HIV impact assessments surveys in three African countries.

Noar S.M., Cappella J.N., and Price S.M. (2017).

Communication regulatory science: Mapping a new field.

Sandler D.P., Hodgson M.E., Deming-Halverson S.L., Juras P.S., D'Aloisio A.A., Suarez L.M., Kleeberger C.A., Shore D.L., DeRoo L.A., Taylor J.A., Weinberg C.R., and Sister Study Research Team (2017).

The Sister Study cohort: Baseline methods and participant characteristics.

Mast A.E., Bialkowski W., Bryant B.J., Wright D.J., Birch R.J., Kiss J.E., Spencer B.R., Cable R., and D'Andrea P. (2017).

Estimates of total body iron indicate 19 mg and 38 mg oral iron are equivalent for the mitigation of iron deficiency in individuals experiencing repeated phlebotomy.

Maitland A., Lin A., Cantor D., Jones M., Moser R., Hesse B., Davis T., and Blake K. (2017).

A nonresponse bias analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS).

Sarr M., Mbengue M.A.S., Mboup S., Bei A.K., Mboup A., Ahouidi A., and Gaye O. (2017).

Factors influencing the use of malaria prevention strategies by women in Senegal: A cross-sectional study.

Boyle R.G., D'Silva J., Stanton C.A., Carusi C., and Tang Z. (2017).

Disparities in cigarette smoking and use of other tobacco products in Minnesota, 2003-14.

Levis D.M., Hillard C.L., Price S.M., Reed-Gross E., Bonilla E., Amin M., Stowell J.D., Clark R., Johnson D., Mask K., Carpentieri C., and Cannon M.J. (2017).

Using theory-based messages to motivate U.S. pregnant women to prevent cytomegalovirus infection: Results from formative research.

Pan E., Botts N., Jordan H., Olinger L., Donahue M., and Hsing N. (2016).

Assessments of the veteran medication allergy knowledge gap and potential safety improvements with the Veteran Health Information Exchange (VHIE).

Botts N., Pan E., Olinger L., Donahue M., and Hsing N. (2016).

Improved veteran access to care through the Veteran Health Information Exchange Retail Immunization Coordination Project.

Botts N., Pan E., Olinger L., Donahue M., and Hsing N. (2016).

Improved veteran access to care through the Veteran Health Information Exchange (VHIE) Retail Immunization Coordination Project.

Berktold J., Brady T.J., Brick M., Sonnefeld J., Gaddes R., and Bartenfeld T. (2016).

Expanding the reach of evidence-based self-management education and physical activity interventions: Results of a cross-site evaluation of state health departments.

Rychik J., Zhang X., Goldmuntz E., Peyvandi S., and Shea J.A. (2015).

Preconceptual folic acid use and recurrence risk counseling for congenital heart disease.

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