- James Amell, 2006-2008 Cohort, Community Track
- D. Phuong (Phoenix) Do, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Karen Ertel, 2008-2010 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Gina Evans, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Chandra L. Ford, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Angelica Herrera, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Betty Izumi, 2008-2010 Cohort, Community Track
- Dara Mendez, 2009-2011 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Lisa Goldman Rosas, 2008-2010 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Shedra Amy Snipes, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Mindi Spencer, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Kalahn Taylor-Clark, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Angela Thrasher, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
- Anita Wells, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
James W. Amell, PhD, MPH, MSW, 2006-2008 Cohort, Community Track
Ornelas, I.J., Amell, J.W., Eng, E., Royster, M., Tran, A. & Armstrong-Brown, J. (accepted for Publication 2008-9). Understanding African American men’s perceptions of racism, male gender socialization, and social capital using photovoice. Qualitative Health Research.
Ayala, G.X., Ornelas, I.J., Rhodes, S.D., Amell, J.W., Dodds, J., Mebane, E., Horton, E., Montano, J., Armstrong-Brown, J., Eng, E.A. (2008). “Correlates of dietary intake among men involved in the MAN Health Study”. American Journal of Men’s Health, 20 (10).
Sellers, S.L., Bonham, V., Neighbors, H.W. & Amell, J.W. (2006). Effects of discrimination and health promoting behaviors on mental and physical health of high SES African American men. Health Education and Behavior, 11/27/06.
D. Phuong (Phoenix) Do, 2006-2008 Cohort, Multidisciplinary Track
Finch, Brian K., D. Phuong Do, and Reanne Frank. 2009. Could ‘Acculturation’ Effects be Explained by Latent Health Disadvantages among Mexican Immigrants? In Press: International Migration Review
Hale, Lauren, D. Phuong Do, et al. 2009. Does Mental Health History Explain Insomnia Disparities between Men and Women in Early Adulthood? In Press: Sleep Medicine
Do, D. Phuong. 2009. The Dynamics of Income and Neighborhood Context for Population Health: Do Long Term Measures of Socioeconomic Status Explain More of the Black/White Health Disparity than Single-Point-In-Time Measures? 2009. Social Science and Medicine. 68:1368-1375.
Do, D. Phuong and Brian K. Finch. 2008. Neighborhood Poverty and Health: Context or Composition? Am. J. Epidemiol. 168(6):611-619.
Do, D. Phuong, Brian K. Finch, Ricardo Basurto-Davila, Chloe Bird, Nicole Lurie, and Jose Escarce. 2008. Does Place Explain Racial Health Disparities? Quantifying the Contribution of Residential Context to the Black/White Health Gap in the United States. Social Science and Medicine. 67(8):1258-1268.
Elliott, Marc, Brian Finch, David Klein, Sai Ma, D. Phuong Do, Megan Beckett, Nathan Orr, and Nicole Lurie. 2008. Sample Designs for Measuring the Health of Small Racial/Ethnic Subgroups. Stat Med. 27(20): 4016-4029.
Hale, Lauren and D. Phuong Do. 2007. RE: “Objectively Measured Sleep Characteristics among Early- Middle-Aged Adults: The CARDIA Study.” Am. J. Epidemiol. 165:231-232.
Do, D. Phuong, Tamara Dubowitz, Chloe Bird, Nicole Lurie, Jose Escarce, Brian K. Finch. 2007. Neighborhood Context and Ethnicity Differences in Body Mass Index: A Multilevel Analysis Using the NHANES III Survey (1988-1994). Economics and Human Biology. 5(2): 179-203.
Bluthenthal, Ricky N., D. Phuong Do, Brian K. Finch, Alexis Martinez, Brian R. Edlin, Alex H. Kral. 2007. Community Context and HIV Risk Among IDUs. Journal of Urban Health. 84(5): 653-666.
Hale, Lauren and D. Phuong Do. 2007. Racial Differences in Self-Reports of Sleep Duration in a Population-Based Study. Sleep. 30(9):1096-1103.
Finch, Brian Karl, Nelson Lim, William Perez, and D. Phuong Do. 2007. Toward a Population Health Model of Segmented Assimilation: The Case of Low Birth-Weight in Los Angeles. Sociological Perspectives: 50(3): 445-468.
Karen Ertel, 2008-2009 Cohort
Ertel, KA, Koenen, KC, Rich-Edwards, JW, Gillman, MW (Forthcoming, 2009). Antenatal and postpartum depressive symptoms are differentially associated with early childhood weight and adiposity. Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology.
Glymour MM, Ertel KA, and Berkman LF (Forthcoming, 2009). What Can Life-Course Epidemiology Tell Us About Health Inequalities in Old Age? In Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 29, 2009: Life Course Perspectives on Late Life Health Inequalities, Antonucci TC and Jackson JS, Eds.
Ertel, KA, Glymour, MM, Berkman, LF (2009). Social Networks and health: A life course perspective integrating observational and experimental evidence. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships; 26(1): 73-92.
Gareis, KC, Barnett, RC, Ertel, KA, Berkman, LF (2009). Work-family enrichment and conflict: Additive effects, buffering, or balance? Journal of Marriage and Family; 71(August 2009): 696-707.
Clark, CR, Kawachi, I, Ryan, L, Ertel, K, Fay, ME, Berkman, LF (2009). Perceived neighborhood safety and incident mobility disability among elders: the hazards of poverty. BMC Public Health; 9: 162.
Ertel, KA, Koenen, KC, Berkman, LF (2008). Incorporating home demands into models of job strain: Findings from the Work, Family and Health Network. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine; 50(11): 1244-1252.
Subramanian, SV, Ertel, K (2008). Is the use of self-rated health measures to assess health inequalities misleading? International Journal of Epidemiology; 37(6): 1436-1437.
Ertel, KA, Glymour, MM, Berkman, LF (2008). Social integration and memory loss over six years of follow-up in the Health and Retirement Study. American Journal of Public Health; 98(7): 1215-1220.
Koenen, KC, Fu, QJ, Ertel, K, Lyons, MJ, Eisen, SA, True, WR, Goldberg, J, Tsuang, MT (2008). Common genetic liability to major depression and posttraumatic stress disorder in men. Journal of Affective Disorders; 105(1-3): 109-115.
Glymour, MM, Berkman, LF, Ertel, KA, Fay, ME, Glass, TA, Furie, KL (2007). Lesion characteristics, NIH stroke scale, and functional recovery after stroke. American Journal of Physical and Medical Rehabilitation; 86(9): 725-733.
Ertel, KA, Glymour, MM, Glass, TA, Berkman, LF (2007). Frailty modifies effectiveness of psychosocial intervention in recovery from stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation; 21(6): 511-522.
Gina L. Evans, 2006-2008 Cohort
Evans, G.L., & Cokley, K.O. (2008). African American women and the academy: Using career mentoring to increase research productivity. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 2(1), 50-57.
Struchen, M.A., Clark, A.N., Sander, A.M., Mills, M.R., Evans, G., & Kurtz, D. (2008). Relation of executive functioning and social communication measures to functional outcomes following traumatic brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation, 23(2)185-98.
Sander A.M., Pappadis M.R., Davis L.C., Clark A.N., Evans G., Struchen M.A, Mazzei DM. (2009). Relationship of race/ethnicity and income to community integration following traumatic brain injury: Investigation in a non-rehabilitation trauma sample. NeuroRehabilitation, 24(1):15-27.
Accepted or In press:
Evans, G.L., McNeil, L.H., Laufman, L., & Bowman, S.L. Determinants of low-fat eating behaviors among midlife African American women. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Evans, G.L. Community responses to the EDICT recommendations. Cancer Care and Education.
Chandra L. Ford, 2006-2008 Cohort
Harawa NT and Ford CL. The foundation of modern racial categories and implications for research on black/white disparities in health. Ethnicity & Disease 2009;19:209-17.
Godette DC, Edwards E, Ford CL, Strunin L, Heeren T, Kawachi I. Social status, gender and alcohol-related problems: The black young adult experience. Ethnicity & Health Jun 2009:1-18.
Ford CL, Daniel M, Earp JL, Kaufman JS, Golin CE, Miller WC. Perceived Everyday Racism, Residential Segregation and HIV Testing in an STD Clinic Sample. American Journal of Public Health 2009;99(Supp1):S137-S143.
Godette DG, Ford CL and Ford PK. Health disparities in Georgia: A social injustice. In: African Americans in Georgia: A Reflection of Politics and Policy in the New South. Ford PK (Ed.) Mercer University Press. [Book chapter] (Accepted and In Press)
Fuller CM, Ford CL, Rudolph A. (2009) Injection drug use and HIV: Past and future considerations for HIV prevention and interventions. In: Mayer K and Pizer HF, eds. HIV Prevention. San Diego, CA: Elsevier/Academic Press:305-339.
Angelica Herrera, 2006-2008 Cohort
Herrera, A.P., Lee, J.W., Palos, G., & Torres-Vigil, I. (2008). Cultural Influences in the Patterns of Long-term Care Use among Mexican-American Family Caregivers. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 27, 141-165.
Herrera, A.P., Lee, J.W., Nanyonjo, R., Laufman, L., & Torres Vigil, I. (2009). Religious Coping and Caregiver Well-being in Mexican American families. Aging and Mental Health. 13(1): 84-91.
Thiel de Bocanegra H, Trinh-Shevrin C, Herrera A.P., Gany F. (2008). Mexican Immigrant Male Knowledge and Support Toward Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening. J Immigr Minor Health. 2008 Jun 13. [Epub ahead of print]
Gany, F.M., Herrera, A.P, Avalone, M., & Changrani, J. (2006). Attitudes, knowledge, and health-seeking behaviors of five immigrant minority communities in the prevention and screening of cancer: A focus group approach. Ethnicity and Health, 11, 19-39.
Snipes, S.A., Thompson, B., O’Conner, K., Shell-Duncan, B., King, D., Herrera, A.P., & Navarro, B. (2008). Pesticides Protect the Fruit, But Not the People�” Using Community-Based Ethnography to Understand Farmworker Pesticide Exposure Risks. American Journal of Public Health (In Press).
Torres Vigil, I., Aday, L.A., Reyes-Gibby, C., De Lima, L, Herrera, A.P., Mendoza, T., & Cleeland, C.S. (2008). Assessments of the Quality of Advanced Cancer Care in Latin American Medical Institutions: A Comparison of Predictors in Five Countries: Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru. Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy, 22:1, 7 – 20.
King, D.W., Snipes, S.A., Herrera, A.P., & Jones, L.A. (2008). Health and Healthcare Perspectives of African American Residents of an Unincorporated Community: A Qualitative Assessment. Health and Place. Online. [online: August 2008].
Hernandez-Valero, M., Herrera, A.P., Zahm, S.H., & Jones, L.A. (2007). Community-Based Participatory Research and Gene-Environment Interaction Methodologies Addressing Environmental Justice among Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Women and Children in Texas: “From Mother to Child Project”. Californian Journal of Health Promotion. 5, Sp. Iss. (Hlth Disp. & Soc Justice), 114-127
King, D.W., Torres Vigil, I., Herrera, A.P., Chilton, J., Hayek, R., & Jones, L.A. (2007). Working Toward Social Justice: Center for Research on Minority Health Summer Workshop on Health Disparities. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 5, 1 – 8.
Herrera, A.P., Snipes, S.A., King, D.W., Torres-Vigil, I., Goldberg, D.S., & Weinberg, A. (2009). Disparate inclusion of older adults in clinical trials: Overview and multilevel policy solutions. American Journal of Public Health. Special Issue “The Science of Eliminating Health Disparities”. (In Press)
Crist, J.D., Kim, S-S., Herrera, A.P., and Hepworth, J.T. (2009). Caregiving Burden and Mexican American Elders’ Use of Home Care Services. Research and Theory for Nursing Practice. (In Press).
Angel, J.; Herrera, A.P., H. Brown, S (III). (2009). Effect of kin time demands on long-term care use among older Mexican-American women. Journal of Women and Aging. (Under Review).
Applewhite, S.R., Biggs, M.J., and Herrera, A.P. (2009). U.S. Handbook on Latino Psychology. Health and Mental Health Perspectives on Elderly Latinos in the United States. Sage Publications. [book chapter]
Betty Izumi, PhD, 2008-2010 Cohort, Community Track
Izumi, BT., Wright, DW, Hamm, MW. (2009) Farm to school programs: exploring the role of regionally-based food distributors in alternative agrifood networks. Agriculture and Human Values. Published online 26 July 2009.
Dara Mendez, 2009-2011 Cohort
Mendez DD. and Spriggs AL. Race as a social construct: The genetic fallacy. The Amer J of Obs and Gynec. Apr 2008; 198(4): 484.
Liverpool J, Francis S, Liverpool C, Dean G, Mendez DD. Leptospirosis: The under-reporting of a hidden and emerging public health problem.” Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. 2008; 102(3): 1�7.
Moultrie SZ, Mendez DD, Hogan VK, Whitmire T, Buescher P. Medicaid Infant Claims, Costs and Regional Characteristics for Women Receiving Maternity Care Coordination in North Carolina. SER Abstracts. Am J Epid Suppl. Jun 2007; 165(11): S18.
Lisa Goldman Rosas, 2008-2010 Cohort
Lara D, Garc�a SG, Goldman L. Conocimientos, actitudes y pr�cticas de los m�dicos mexicanos sobre el aborto: Resultados de una encuesta nacional. Gaceta M�dica de M�xico, Suppl 1. Vol 139. July-August 2003.
Goldman L, Eskenazi B, Bradman A, Jewell N. Risk behaviors of pesticide exposure among pregnant farmworkers in Salinas, California. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 2004 Jun;45(6):491-9.
Tatum C, Garcia SG, Goldman L, Becker D. Valuable safeguard or unnecessary burden? Characterization of physician consultations for oral contraceptive use in Mexico City. Contraception. 2005 Mar;71(3):208-13.
Goldman L, Garcia SG, Diaz J, Yam EA. Brazilian obstetrician-gynecologists and abortion: a survey of knowledge, opinions and practices. Reproductive Health 2005: Vol2(10).
Goldman L, Richmond K, Garcia SG, Yam EA, Becker D. Analyzing successful condom use among factory workers and students in Mexico and the Dominican Republic. Gaceta Medica de Mexico, 2006;142(S2):117-127.
Yam EA., Grossman A, Goldman L, Garc�a, SG. Introducing birth plans in Mexico: An exploratory study in a hospital serving Mexicans of low socioeconomic status. Birth. 2007 34(1):42-48.
Eskenazi B, Rosas LG, Marks AR, Bradman A, Harley K, Holland N, Johnson C, Fenster L, Barr DB. Pesticide Toxicity and the Developing Brain. Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology.2008 Feb; 102(2):228-36. Review.
Rosas LG, Eskenazi B. Pesticides and Child Development. Current Opinion in Pediatrics. 2008 Apr;20(2):191-7. Review.
Rosas LG, Harley K, Fernald LCH, Guendelman S, Mejia F, Neufeld LM, Eskenazi B. Dietary Associations of Household Food Insecurity Among Children of Mexican Descent: Results of a Binational Study. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. In press.
Shedra Amy Snipes, 2006-2008 Cohort
Snipes SA, Thompson B, O’Connor K, Shell-Duncan B, King D, Herrera AP, Navarro B. “Pesticides Protect the Fruit, But Not the People� Using Community-Based Ethnography to Understand Farmworker Pesticide Exposure Risks” American Journal of Public Health. (Accepted and in press)
Herrera AP, Snipes SA, King DA, Torres I, Laufman L, Weinberg A. “Age-Based Disparities in Clinical Trials: Barriers and Multi-Level Policy Solutions” American Journal of Public Health. (Accepted and in press)
King D, Miranda PY, Chilton J, Gor B, Hajek R, Fuchs-Young R, Hernandez-Valero M, Torres I, Snipes SA, Jones LA “Addressing Global Health Disparities through a Bio-Psychosocial Approach” Cancer. (Accepted and in press)
Snipes SA, Jones LA, Wilson D, Ezparza A (2009). “Cancer Burden of African Americans” in Health Issues in the Black Community. Ronald Braithwaite and Sandra Taylor, Eds. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Hoboken, NJ.
King D, Snipes SA, Herrera AP, Jones LA. “Health and Healthcare Perspectives of African American Residents of an Unincorporated Community: A Qualitative Assessment” Health and Place 2009; 15: 420-428.
Snipes SA, Thompson B, O’Connor K, Godina R, Ibarra G. “An Anthropological and Psychological Merge: Design of a Stress Measure for Mexican Immigrant Farmworkers” Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 2007; 31:3:359-388.
Thompson B, Coronado G, Islas I, Snipes SA. “Methodologic Advances and Ongoing Challenges in Designing Community-Based Health Promotion Programs” Annual Review of Public Health 2003; 24:20:1-26.
Spencer, S. M., & Patrick, J. H. (2009). Revisiting traditional survey methodology to recruit and survey lesbian, gay, and bisexual older adults. In D. L. Streiner & S. Sidani (Eds.), When research goes off the rails (pp. 211-218). New York: Guilford.
Spencer, S. M., & Patrick, J. H. (2009). Social support and personal mastery as protective resources during emerging adulthood. Journal of Adult Development, in press. Epub ahead of print retrieved August 20, 2009, from http://www.springerlink.com/content/l25m183576144303/fulltext.pdf
Spencer, S. M., Patrick, J. H., & Steele, J.C. (2009). An exploratory look at preferences for seven long-term care options. Seniors Housing & Care Journal, 17(1), 17-25.
Spencer, S. M., Schulz, R., Rooks, R., Albert, S., Thorpe, Jr., R., Brenes, G., et al. (2009). Racial differences in self-rated health at similar levels of physical functioning: An examination of health pessimism in the Health, Aging and Body Composition Study. Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 64(1), 87-94.
Goins, R. T., Spencer, S. M. & Byrd, J. C. (2009). Research on rural caregiving: A literature review. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 28(2), 139-170.
Spencer, S. M., Albert, S. M., Bear-Lehman, J., & Burkhardt, A. (2008). Relevance of culture for self-reported functional limitation. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 56, 553-557.
Hash, K., & Spencer, S. M. (2008). “You’ve got subjects”: The promise of the Internet in research with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations. In W. Meezan & J. I. Martin (Eds.), Handbook of research with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. New York: Routledge.
McCallum, T. J., Spencer, S. M., & Goins, R. T. (2008). Lost in summation: Depression among African American caregivers and noncaregivers. Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology, 23, 77-84.
Fredman, L., Cauley, J. A., Satterfield, S., Simonsick, E., Spencer, S. M., Ayonayon, H. A., et al. (2008). Caregiving, mortality and mobility decline: Findings from Health ABC. Archives of Internal Medicine, 168(19), 2154-2162.
Goins, R. T., & Spencer, S. M. (2005). Public health issues among older American Indians and Alaska Natives. Generations, 29(2), 30-35.
Goins, R. T., Spencer, S. M., Roubideaux, Y., & Manson, S. (2005). Differences in functional ability of rural American Indian and White elders with comorbid diabetes. Research on Aging, 27(6), 643-658.
Goins, R. T., Williams, K. A., Carter, M. W., Spencer, S. M., & Solovieva, T. (2005). Perceived barriers to healthcare access among rural elderly: A qualitative study. Journal of Rural Health, 21(3), 206-213.
Goins, R. T., Gainor, S. J., Pollard, C., & Spencer, S. M. (2003). Geriatric knowledge and educational needs among rural health care professionals. Educational Gerontology, 29(3), 261-272.
Goins, R. T., Spencer, S. M., & Krummel, D. A. (2003). Effect of obesity on health-related quality of life among Appalachian elderly. Southern Medical Journal, 96(6), 552-557.
Goins, R. T., Tichner, A., & Spencer, S. M. (2003). Awareness and use of home- and community-based long-term care by rural American Indian and white elderly with co-morbid diabetes. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 22(3), 65-81.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., Viswanath, K., Blendon, R.J. In press. “Communication Inequalities during Disasters: Implications of Katrina’s Wake.” Health Communication.
Flynt-Wallington, S., Blake, K., Taylor-Clark, K.A., and Viswanath, K. Forthcoming December 2009. “Antecedents to Agenda Setting and Framing in Health and Medical Science News,” Journal of Health Communication.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., Koh, H., Viswanath K. 2007. “Communication Inequalities on Cancer and the Environment: Implications for Communicating Environmental Risk in Low-SEP Populations.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, National Cancer Institute Supplement.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., Mebane, F.E., SteelFisher, G.K., Blendon, R.J. 2007. “News of Disparity: Content Analysis of News Coverage on Racial Healthcare Inequalities in the United States, 1994-2004.” Social Science and Medicine.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., Blendon, R.J., Zaslavsky, A.M., Benson, J.M. 2005. “Confidence in Crisis? Understanding Public Attitudes toward Mandatory Emergency State Health Powers.” Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science.
Bleich, S., Taylor-Clark, K.A. 2005. “Black Men on the “Down Low?” and the HIV Epidemic: The Need for Research and Intervention Strategies.” Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy.
Blendon, R.J., Benson, J.M., DesRoches, C.M., Raleigh, E., Taylor-Clark, K.A. 2004. “The Public’s Response to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome in Toronto and the United States.” Clinical Infectious Diseases.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., Blendon, R.J., Benson, J.M. 2003. “African-Americans’ Views on Health Policy: Implications for the 2004 Elections.” Health Affairs, Web Exclusive.
Blendon R.J., DesRoches, C.M., Benson, J.M., Herrmann, M.J., Taylor-Clark, K.A., Weldon, K.J. 2003. “The Public and the Smallpox Threat.” New England Journal of Medicine.
Taylor-Clark, K.A., “Black and Latino Views of Health Policy.” In: Altman, Brodie, Blendon, eds. Health Policy and Public Opinion. Harvard University Press: forthcoming 2008.
Blendon, R.J., Benson, J.M., DesRoches, C.M., Weldon, K.J., Taylor-Clark, K.A., Fleischfresser C. 2007. “Research on Americans’ Response to Bioterrorist Threats and Emerging Epidemics.” In: Bioterrorism: New Research. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Thrasher AD, Earp JA, Golin CE, and Zimmer CR. (2008) Discrimination, distrust, and racial/ethnic disparities in antiretroviral therapy adherence among a national sample of HIV-infected patients. Journal of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndromes, 49(1), 84-93.
Ford CL, Whetten K, Hall SA, Kaufman JS, and Thrasher AD. (2007) Black sexuality, social construction, and research targeting “the Down Low” (“the DL”). Annals of Epidemiology, 17(3), 209-216.
Thrasher AD, Golin CE, Earp JA, Tien H, Porter C, and Howie L. (2006) Motivational interviewing to support antiretroviral therapy adherence: the role of quality counseling. Patient Education and Counseling, 62(1), 64-71.
Thrasher AD, Ford CL, and Nearing KA. (2005) Cost-effectiveness of screening for HIV. New England Journal of Medicine, 352(20), 2137.
Corbie-Smith G, Ayers SM, and Thrasher AD. (2004) Closing the circle between minority inclusion in research and health disparities. Archives of Internal Medicine, 164(13), 1362-1364.
Sengupta S, Strauss R, Corbie-Smith G, and Thrasher A. (2004) What can the elderly do to protect themselves from the flu in addition to getting a flu vaccination? American Journal of Public Health, 94(6), 905.
Sengupta S, Corbie-Smith G, Thrasher A, and Strauss R. (2004) African American elders’ perceptions of the influenza vaccine in Durham, North Carolina. North Carolina Medical Journal, 65(4), 194-199.
Bowie, J. V., Wells, A. M., Juon, H., Sydnor, K. D. Rodriguez, E. M. (2008). How old are African American women when they receive their first mammogram? Results from a church-based study. Journal of Community Health, 33 (4), 183-191.
Stolley, MR, Sharp, LK, Wells, AM, Simon, N, Schiffer, L. (October 2006). Health behaviors and breast cancer: Experiences of urban African American women. Health Education & Behavior, 33 (5), 604-624.
Forthcoming chapter on mental health in the second edition of Prevention is Primary: Strategies for Community Well-being expected from Wiley in 2010.