Publications

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“Why are Black individuals disproportionately burdened with uterine fibroids and how are we examining the disparity? A systematic review”

Charifson, M., Vieira, D., Shaw, J., Kehoe, S., Quinn, G. “Why are Black individuals disproportionately burdened with uterine fibroids and how are we examining the disparity? A systematic review”. Fertility and Sterility Reviews. (2022). Download paper here

“Evolutionary origins of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An environmental mismatch disorder”

Charifson, M. Trumble, BC. “Evolutionary origins of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An environmental mismatch disorder”. Evolution, Medicine and Public Health (2019). Download paper here

“Racialized economic segregation and health outcomes: A systematic review of studies that use the Index of Concentration at the Extremes for race, income, and their interaction”

Anders Larrabee Sonderlund,Mia Charifson,Antoinette Schoenthaler,Traci Carson,Natasha J. Williams. Racialized economic segregation and health outcomes: A systematic review of studies that use the Index of Concentration at the Extremes for race, income, and their interaction. PloS One. 2022. Download paper here

“Design and Implementation of a COVID-19 Case Investigation Program: An Academic–Public Health Partnership, Arizona, 2020”

Daniela Ledesma, Hanna Maroofi, Susanna Sabin, Timothy J Dennehy, Jasmine M Truong, Laura G Meyer, McMillan Salik, Sarah Scott, Jessica R White, Jennifer Collins, Christina Mrukowicz, Mia Charifson, Michael S Shafer, Megan Jehn. Design and Implementation of a COVID-19 Case Investigation Program: An Academic–Public Health Partnership, Arizona, 2020. Public Health Reports. 2022. Download paper here

“Neurodevelopmental shifts in learned value transfer on cognitive control during adolescence”

Insel, C., Charifson, M., & Somerville, L. H. (2019). Neurodevelopmental shifts in learned value transfer on cognitive control during adolescence. Developmental cognitive neuroscience, 100730. Download paper here

“APOE4 is associated with elevated blood lipids and lower levels of innate immune biomarkers in a tropical Amerindian subsistence population”

Garcia, A. R., Finch, C. E., Gatz, M., Kraft, T. S., Cummings, D., Charifson, M., Buetow, K., Beheim, B.A., Allayee, H., Thomas, G.S., Stieglitz, J., Gurven, M.D., Kaplan, H. & Trumble, B. C. (2021). APOE4 is associated with elevated blood lipids and lower levels of innate immune biomarkers in a tropical Amerindian subsistence population. eLife, 10:e68231. Download paper here