The overall goal of the Administrative Core is to provide administrative, fiscal and scientific management of this P01 program project grant. A key function of this Core will be to provide scientific leadership, including identifying opportunities for interaction and synergy among the projects. Additional objectives of this Core include: to provide biostatistical support for each of the scientific projects and to provide a contact for the NIH program staff and help facilitate interactions with NIH program leaders.
(Seeinstructions): An active and responsive Administrative Core is critical to achieving the goals of the program grant;these include studies to identify risk factors for HIV-1 acquisition in women and studies to define the mechanisms that increase risk in women. Both are relevant to finding ways to decrease the burden of HIV-1 in women.
|Kinuthia, John; Richardson, Barbra A; Drake, Alison L et al. (2017) Sexual Behavior and Vaginal Practices During Pregnancy and Postpartum: Implications for HIV Prevention Strategies. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 74:142-149|
|Pintye, Jillian; Drake, Alison L; Kinuthia, John et al. (2017) A Risk Assessment Tool for Identifying Pregnant and Postpartum Women Who May Benefit From Preexposure Prophylaxis. Clin Infect Dis 64:751-758|
|Pintye, Jillian; Drake, Alison L; Unger, Jennifer A et al. (2017) Male partner circumcision associated with lower Trichomonas vaginalis incidence among pregnant and postpartum Kenyan women: a prospective cohort study. Sex Transm Infect 93:137-143|
|Roxby, Alison C; Fredricks, David N; Odem-Davis, Katherine et al. (2016) Changes in Vaginal Microbiota and Immune Mediators in HIV-1-Seronegative Kenyan Women Initiating Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 71:359-66|
|Kinuthia, John; Drake, Alison L; Matemo, Daniel et al. (2015) HIV acquisition during pregnancy and postpartum is associated with genital infections and partnership characteristics. AIDS 29:2025-33|
|Masese, Linnet; Baeten, Jared M; Richardson, Barbra A et al. (2015) Changes in the contribution of genital tract infections to HIV acquisition among Kenyan high-risk women from 1993 to 2012. AIDS 29:1077-85|
|Odem-Davis, K; Fleming, T R (2015) A simulation study evaluating bio-creep risk in serial non-inferiority clinical trials for preservation of effect. Stat Biopharm Res 7:12-24|
|Strauss-Albee, Dara M; Fukuyama, Julia; Liang, Emily C et al. (2015) Human NK cell repertoire diversity reflects immune experience and correlates with viral susceptibility. Sci Transl Med 7:297ra115|
|Unger, Jennifer A; Matemo, Daniel; Pintye, Jillian et al. (2015) Patient-Delivered Partner Treatment for Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Trichomonas Infection Among Pregnant and Postpartum Women in Kenya. Sex Transm Dis 42:637-42|
|McClelland, R Scott; Richardson, Barbra A; Cherutich, Peter et al. (2015) A 15-year study of the impact of community antiretroviral therapy coverage on HIV incidence in Kenyan female sex workers. AIDS 29:2279-86|
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