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Doctoral Theses and Dissertations

2005

Degree

Department

Name

Title

PhD

Health Policy and Management

Sanders, JoAnn Binko

Behavior Change during Adolescence: Towards a New Understanding of Adolescent Girls

PhD

Health Policy and Management

Snyder, Claire Frances

Evaluating Medicare's Quality Improvement Organizations

PhD

Health Policy and Management

Stibich, Mark Andrew

From Acupuncture to Authentic Voice

PhD

Health Policy and Management

Williams, Chyvette T.

Neighborhood and Network Approaches to Injection Drug Use in Baltimore City

PhD

International Health

Brown, Ami Shah

Preparedness for International AIDS Vaccine Trials:  Lessons Learned from a Multi-Site Study of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Willingness to Participate

PhD

International Health

Carpenter, Colleen Marie

Evaluation of Methods to Measure Mucosal and Serological Immune Responses to Antigens of Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) among Vaccinated and Infected Volunteers and their Relevance to Identifying Correlates of Protection

PhD

International Health

Cusick, Sarah Eastman

Severe Anemia in Young Zanzibari Children: Pathophysiology and Short-Term Effects of Vitamin A and Antimalarial Treatment

PhD

International Health

Fong, Christy Miu

Gender and Access to DOTS Program (Directly Observed Treatment, Short-Course) in a Poor, Rural and Minority Area of Gansu Province, China

PhD

International Health

Mirchandani, Gita Gidwani

The Demand and Supply of Child Health Services in Uganda in the Context of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses Strategy

PhD

International Health

Mullany, Luke Charles

Umbilical Cord Infection among Newborns of Southeastern Nepal

PhD

International Health

Murray, Melisse Elizabeth

Morbidity Questionnaires and Color Terms: Evaluation of a School-based Approach to Identify Communities with an Elevated Prevalence of Urinary Schistosomiasis in an Area of Low School Enrollment in the Republic of Guinea

PhD

International Health

Rao, Krishna Dipankar

Quality Improvement and its Effect on Patient Perceptions and Demand for Health Services - Evidence from Uttar Pradesh, India

PhD

International Health

Robert, Rebecca Celestia

Process Evaluation of a Health Center Delivered, Nutrition Education Intervention to Improve Infant Feeding in Trujillo, Peru

PhD

International Health

Scott, Cherise Passion

Characterization of Major Factors in the Protective Efficacy of a Live Attenuated Vaccine against Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Using the Naturally Attenuated Mycobacterium Microti in the Murine Model

Appendix V.F.I

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