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Recent Publications


Biomedical Research

Product development

Anderson, R.A., A.M. Wallace, N. Sattar, N. Kumar, and K. Sundaram. "Evidence for tissue selectivity of the synthetic androgen 7[alpha]-methyl-19-nortestosterone in hypogonadal men," Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 88(6): 2784-2793.

Sitruk-Ware, R. "Hormone therapy and the cardiovascular system: The critical role of progestins," Climacteric 6(suppl 3): 21-28.

Reproductive physiology

Bernard, D.J. "Inhibin receptor signaling," in H.L Henry and A.W. Norman (eds.), Encyclopedia of Hormones. New York: Academic Press, pp. 297-303.

Bernard, D.J., K.H. Burns, B. Haupt, M.M. Matzuk, and T.K. Woodruff. "Normal reproductive function in InhBP/p120-deficient mice," Molecular and Cellular Biology23(14): 4882-4891.

Building Research Capability and Tools

Developing or adapting research tools

Health, Development, Information and Policy Institute. "Creation of a unified management information system for three NGOs in the West Bank and Gaza," Frontiers final report. Washington, DC: Population Council.

"Mobilize policy champion teams to foster utilization of management tools," Frontiers OR summary. Washington, DC: Population Council.

World Health Organization and Frontiers Program. "Expanding capacity for operations research in reproductive health: Summary report of a consultative meeting." Geneva: World Health Organization.

Gender and Family Dynamics

Langer, Ana and Blanca Rico. "An integral initiative to respond to complex needs," in Paz Lopez, Blanca Rico, Ana Langer, and Guadalupe Espinosa (eds.), Genero y Politica en Salud [Gender and health policy]. Mexico City: UNIFEM, Salud.

Lopez, Paz, Blanca Rico, Aria Langer, and Guadalupe Espinosa (eds.). Genero y Politica en Salud [Gender and health policy]. Mexico City: UNIFEM, Salud.

Girls' and women's livelihoods

Amin, Sajeda and Nagah H. Al-Bassusi. "Wage work and marriage; Perspectives of Egyptian working women," Policy Research Division Working Paper no. 171. New York: Population Council.

Violence against women

Boonmongkon, Pimpawum, Philip Guest, Amporn Marddent, and Steve Sanders. "From trafficking to sex worker: Burmese migrants in Thailand," in M. Darwin, A.M. Wattie, and S.E. Yuarsi (eds.), Living on the Edges: Cross-Border Mobility and Sexual Exploitation in the Greater Southeast Asia Sub-Region. Yogyakarta: University of Gadjah Mada, pp. 163-232.

Verma, Ravi K. and Martine Collumbien. "Wife beating and the link with poor sexual health and risk behavior among men in urban slums in India," Journal of Comparative Family Studies 34(1): 61-74.

HIV/AIDS

Dadian, Margaret (ed.). Horizons Report: Workplace Studies in Africa and Asia. Washington, DC: Population Council.

Basic science of infection

Pope, M.J. "Dendritic cells as a conduit to improve HIV vaccines," Current Molecular Medicine 3(3): 229-242.

--. "Nefarious abuse," Nature Immunology 4(8): 729-730.

Pope, M.J. and A.T. Haase. "Transmission, acute HIV-1 infection and the quest for strategies to prevent infection," Nature Medicine 9(7): 847-852.

Teleshova, N., I. Frank, and M.J. Pope. "Immunodeficiency virus exploitation of dendritic cells in the early steps of infection," Journal of Leukocyte Biology, published online 22 July.

Veazey, R.S., P.J. Klasse, R.J. Shattock, M.J. Pope, J.C. Kirijan, J. Jones, T. Ketas, P.A. Marx, D.R. Burton, and J.P Moore. "Vaginal application of anti-gp120 monoclonal antibody b12 prevents SHIV162P vaginal transmission in macaques," in B. Dodet and M. Girard (eds.), Proceedings of XIII Colloque des "Cent Gardes." New York: Elsevier, pp. 51-57.

Prevention

Jones, Heidi, Janneke van de Wijgert, and Elizabeth Kelvin. "The need for a 'condoms-only' control group in microbicide trials," Epidemiology 14(4): 505. …

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