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The goal of the Kahn research lab is to conduct interdisciplinary clinical and epidemiologic studies related to prevention of cervical cancer and other diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV), in the United States and globally.
We have conducted studies that:
TK, Rudy BJ, Wilson CM, Sucharew H, Kahn JA. Incidence of Sexually Transmitted Infections in
HIV-Infected and HIV-Uninfected Adolescents in the United States. December 2012
(on-line): Int J STD AIDS. DOI: 10.1177/0956462412472425.
March 2013; PMID: 23467290.
JA, Xu J, Kapogiannis B, Gonin R, Rudy B, Wilson C, Liu N, Worrell C, Squires
K. Immunogenicity and safety of the HPV -6, -11, -16, -18 Vaccine in HIV-Infected Young Women. Clinical
Infectious Diseases September 2013; DOI: 10.1093/cid/cit319.
Kahn JA, Bernstein DI.
HPV vaccination: Too soon for 2 doses? Invited editorial. JAMA May 2013; 309(17):1832-1834.
Corliss HL, Missmer SA, Frazier AL, Rosario M, Kahn JA, Austin SB. Influence of hormonal contraceptive use and health beliefs on sexual orientation disparities in Pap test use. American
Journal of Public Health; in press.
Wilson CM, Rudy BJ, Sucharew H, Kahn JA. Incident Anal HPV and HPV-Related Sequelae in HIV-Infected vs. HIV-Uninfected Adolescents in the United States. Sexually Transmitted
Diseases; in press.
Zimet GD, Kahn JA, Dolezal C, Leu C Mabragaña M, McGowan I,
Carballo-Diéguez A. The Motivations and Experiences of Young Women in a Microbicide Trial. World Journal of AIDS. September 2013;3:179-86. DOI: 10.4236/wja.2013.33023
Griffioen A, Glynn BA, Wallington S, Zimet GD, Rosenthal SL, Fortenberry JD, Kahn
JA. Communication about the HPV Vaccine: Perspectives of 11-12 Year-Old Girls, Mothers, and Clinicians.
Vaccine; in press.
ST, Malo TL, Kahn JA, Salmon D, Lee JH, Quinn GP, Roetzheim R, Bruder K,
Proveaux T, Zhao X, Halsey N, Giuliano AR. Physicians’
HPV Vaccine Recommendations at Three and Five Years Post-Vaccine Licensure.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine; in press.
Zender M, Staun K, Heeman A, Brinkman WB, Kahn JA, Widdice L. People
into practice: design of a medical decision aid with repetitive stakeholders’
input. The International Journal of Design in Society 2013;7: in press.
A, Ford C, Kahn J, Kharbanda E, Blythe M, Middleman A. Adolescent consent for vaccination: a position paper of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine. In press.
A, Mullins TLK, Ding L, Rosenthal SL, Zimet GD, Morrow C, Kahn JA. Risk
Perceptions and Subsequent Sexual Behaviors after HPV Vaccination in
Adolescents. Pediatrics; in press.
Mullins TL, Zimet GD, Rosenthal SL, Morrow C, Ding L, Shew
M, Fortenberry JD, Bernstein DI, Kahn
JA. Adolescent perceptions of risk and need for safer sexual behaviors after first HPV vaccination. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine;
Braverman PK, Dorn LD, Kollar LM, Kahn
JA. Adolescents' Agreement to Test for HIV When Different Testing Methods are Offered. International Journal of STD & AIDS; March 2012
(on-line); 23:173-6. doi: 10.1258/ijsa.2009.009035
Kahn JA, Xu
J, Zimet GD, Liu N, Gonin R, Dillard M, Squires K. Risk perceptions after human papillomavirus vaccination in HIV-infected young women. Journal of
Adolescent Health May 2012;50:464-70.
Griffioen AM, Glynn S, Mullins TK, Zimet GD, Rosenthal SL,
Fortenberry JD, Kahn JA. Perspectives on Decision-Making about HPV Vaccination among 11-12 Year-Old Girls and their Mothers. Clinical Pediatrics June
Kahn JA, Brown DR, Ding L, Widdice LE, Shew ML, Glynn S,
Bernstein, DI. Vaccine-Type HPV and Evidence of Herd Immunity after Vaccine Introduction. Pediatrics; August 2012; 130(2):e249-56.
Kester LM, Zimet GD,
Fortenberry JD, Kahn JA, Shew ML. A National Study of HPV Vaccination of Adolescent Girls: Rates, Predictors, and Reasons for Non-vaccination. Maternal and Child Health Journal June
2012 (on-line: DOI: 10.1007/s10995-012-1066-z).
Widdice LE, Brown
DR, Bernstein DI, Ding L, Patel D, Shew M, Fortenberry D, Kahn JA. Prevalence of human papillomavirus infection in young women receiving the first quadrivalent vaccine dose. Archives of
Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; August 2012:166:774-76.
Giguere R, Carballo-Dieguez A, Ventuneac A, Mabragana M,
Dolezal C, Chen BA, Kahn JA,
Zimet G, McGowan I. Variations in microbicide gel acceptability among young women in the USA and Puerto Rico. Culture, Health, and Sexuality 2012;
Carballo-Dieguez A, Giguere R, Dolezal C, Chen BA, Kahn JA, Zimet G, Mabragana M, Leu CS,
McGowan I. “Tell Juliana:” Acceptability of the candidate microbicide VivaGel and two placebo gels among ethnically diverse, sexually active young women participating in a Phase 1 microbicide study. AIDS and Behavior; October
Huppert J, Hesse E, Bernard, Bates J, Gaydos C, Kahn JA.
Accuracy and trust of self-testing for bacterial vaginosis. Journal of Adolescent Health; October
Kahn JA, Burk RD,
Squires KE, Kapogiannis BG, Rudy B, Xu J, Gonin R, Liu N, Worrell C, Wilson CM.
Prevalence and Risk Factors for HPV in HIV-Infected Young Women Receiving Their First HPV Vaccination. JAIDS November
Widdice LE, Kahn JA. Human papillomavirus and condyloma (Chapter 44.2). In: Practical
Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, Hillard
PA, Ed. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2013: in press.
Charlton BM, Corliss HL, Missmer SA, Frazier AL, Rosaria M, Kahn JA, Austin SB. Reproductive health screening disparities and sexual orientation in a cohort study of U.S. adolescent and young adult females. Journal of Adolescent Health. In press.
Mullins TL, Zimet GD, Rosenthal SL, Morrow C, Ding L, Shew M, Fortenberry JD, Bernstein DI, Kahn JA. Adolescent perceptions of risk and need for safer sexual behaviors after first HPV vaccination. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. In press.
Kahn JA, Huang B, Ding L, Geller A, Frazier, AL. Impact of Maternal Communication About Skin, Cervical, and Lung Cancer Prevention on Adolescent Prevention Behaviors. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2011.
Friedman L, Bell DL, Kahn JA, Marcell AV, Middleman AB, Rosenthal SL, Zimet GD. Human papillomavirus vaccine: an updated position statement of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine. Journal of Adolescent Health. 48:215-6. 2011.
Feldman S, Kahn JA, Hillard PJ. HPV Infection in Children and Adolescents. In: Emans SJ, Laufer MR, Goldstein DP, Eds. Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, 6th Ed., Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven, in press.
Feemster K, Kahn JA, Hillard PJ. HPV Vaccine 2011. Contemporary Obstetrics and Gynecology. In press, 2011.
Mullins TK, Braverman PK, Dorn LD, Kollar LM, Kahn JA. Adolescents' Agreement to Test for HIV When Different Testing Methods are Offered. International Journal of STD & AIDS. In press.
Huppert JS, Hesse EA, Bernard MA, Xiao Y, Huang B, Gaydos CA, Kahn JA.Acceptability of self-testing for Trichomoniasis increases with experience. Sexually Transmitted Infections; in press.
Mullins TK, Braverman PK, Dorn LD, Kollar LM, Kahn JA. Adolescent Preferences for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing Methods and Impact of Rapid Tests on Receipt of Results. Journal of Adolescent Health. 46:162-8. 2010.
Mullins TK, Kollar LM, Lehmann C, Kahn JA. Changes in human immunodeficiency virus testing rates among urban adolescents after introduction of routine and rapid testing. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. 164:870-74. 2010.
Widdice LE, Bernstein DI, Leonard AC, Marsolo KA, Kahn JA. Adherence to the HPV vaccine dosing intervals and factors associated with completion of 3 doses. Pediatrics. 127:77-84. 2010.
Feemster K, Kahn JA. HPV Vaccine: Meeting the Challenge. Contemporary Pediatrics. 27:34-43. 2010.
Fernandez ME, Allen JD, Mistry R, Kahn JA. Integrating clinical, community, and policy perspectives on human papillomavirus vaccination. Annual Review of Public Health. 31:235-52. 2010.
Kharbanda EO, Kahn JA. Vaccinating teens: current guidelines, challenges, and opportunities. Pediatric Annals. 2010.
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