Recent publications.



Adebajo, Sylvia, Otibho Obianwu, George I. Eluwa, and Lung Vu. "Comparison of audio computer assisted self-interview and face-to-face interview methods in eliciting HIV-related risks among men who have sex with men and men who inject drugs in Nigeria," PLoS ONE 9(1): e81981.

Brady, Martha and Elizabeth E. Tolley. "Aligning product development and user perspectives: Social-behavioural dimensions of multipurpose prevention technologies," BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 121(Suppl. 5): 70-78.

"Documentation of HIV prevention research and programmatic learnings from India--Selected peer-reviewed journal articles and key highlights: 2013-2014 (Volume 2)." New Delhi: Population Council.

Kenyon, Chris Richard, Lung Vu, Joris Menten, and Brendan Maughan-Brown. "Male circumcision and sexual risk behaviors may contribute to considerable ethnic disparities in HIV prevalence in Kenya: An ecological analysis," PLoS ONE9(8): e106230.

Lanham, Michele, Rose Wilcher, Elizabeth T. Montgomery, Robert Pool, Sidney Ruth Schuler, Rachel Lenzi, and Barbara Friedland. "Engaging male partners in women's microbicide use: Evidence from clinical trials and implications for future research and microbicide introduction," Journal of the International AIDS Society 17(suppl 2): 19159.

MacQueen, Kathleen M., Elizabeth E. Tolley, Derek H. Owen, K. Rivet Amico, Kathleen M. Morrow, Thomas Moench, David R. Friend, and Barbara Friedland.

"An interdisciplinary framework for measuring and supporting adherence in HIV prevention trials of ARV-based vaginal rings," Journal of the International AIDS Society 17(suppl 2): 19158.

Morris, Martina, Lung Vu, Ayn Leslie-Cook, Eniko Akom, Aloo Stephen, and Donna Sherard. 2013. "Comparing estimates of multiple and concurrent partnerships across population based surveys: Implications for combination HIV prevention," AIDS and Behavior 18(4): 783-790.

"The Population Council: Advancing the discovery and development of multipurpose prevention technologies," fact sheet. New York: Population Council.

Population Council. "HIV/AIDS vulnerabilities, discrimination, and service accessibility among Nigeria's youth." Abuja: Population Council.

--. "HIV/AIDS vulnerabilities, discrimination, and service accessibility of Nigeria's youth: Summary of study findings," fact sheet. Abuja: Population Council.

Ramesh, Sowmya, Purnima Mehrotra, Bidhubhusan Mahapatra, Deepika Ganju, Karikalan Nagarajan, and Niranjan Saggurti. "The effect of mobility on sexual risk behaviour and HIV infection: A cross-sectional study of men who have sex with men in southern India," Sexually Transmitted Infections 90(6): 491-497.

Romero, Jose Fernandez, Pedro I. Gil, Viviana Re, Melissa Robbiani, and Gabriela Paglini. "Microbicidas para la prevencion de infecciones de transmision sexual: estado actual y estrategias para la evaluacion preclinica de nuevos candidatos," Revista Argentina de Microbiologia 46(3): 256-268.

Schenk, Katie D., Barbara Friedland, Meredith Sheehy, Louis Apicella, and Paul C. Hewett. "Making the cut: Evidence-based lessons for improving the informed consent process for voluntary medical male circumcision in Swaziland and Zambia," AIDS Education and Prevention 26(2): 170-184.

Schenk, Katie D., Karusa Kiragu, Julie Murugi, and Avina Sarna. "If you build it, will they come? A qualitative investigation into community barriers to accessing paediatric HIV services in Kenya," Children and Youth Services Review45: 18-27.

Vu, Lung, Benjamin Nieto-Andrade, Allison DiVincenzo, Jorge Rivas, Jennifer Wheeler, and Sussy Lungo. "Effectiveness of behavior change communications for reducing transmission risks among people living with HIV in 6 countries in Central America," AIDS and Behavior (DOI 10.1007/s10461-014-0910-0).


Amin, Sajeda. "Ensuring the well-being of women migrant workers from Bangladesh," from Promoting Cooperation for Safe Migration and Decent Work. Dhaka: International Labour Organization.

Amin, Sajeda, Sigma Ainul, Farhana Akter, Mohammad Masudul Alam, Md. Irfan Hossain, Johana Ahmed, and Ubaidur Rob. "From evidence to action...

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