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Professor Timothy Dye is a medical anthropologist and social epidemiologist who specializes in applied public health, particularly within marginalized, isolated, and global populations, and with a content focus on social and cultural determinants of health. Additionally, Dr. Dye's work commonly prov...
Professor Timothy Dye is a medical anthropologist and social epidemiologist who specializes in applied public health, particularly within marginalized, isolated, and global populations, and with a content focus on social and cultural determinants of health. Additionally, Dr. Dye's work commonly provides unique opportunities in biomedical informatics and data science, particularly at the intersection of social science and health.

Dr. Dye’s research program works with underrepresented and marginalized communities around the world to address health priorities, often through technology and human-centered design. Dr. Dye's research program views humans in their ecological context, understanding that social, biological, environmental, and other factors interact to impact health and illness, and that structural barriers often preclude ethical engagement of indigenous, marginalized, and underrepresented peoples in the scientific enterprise. Dye's lab values deep inclusion, respect, and self-determination among its members and partners; and they strive to prioritize the voices of underrepresented and cultural identities in their work.

Dr. Dye has worked in more than 30 countries around the world, and in many communities across Northern America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific. The work of his lab reflects the integration of qualitative, quantitative, community, and laboratory approaches to science. The lab is deliberately pragmatic, applied, and focused on action.

While the Dye Lab involves research that evolves with its members, and includes: 1) Global Health, with a special emphasis on Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, and Global Deaf Health, 2) Perinatal Health, with a special emphasis on social determinants of medical risk in pregnancy and childhood, 3)Technology, in the creation and maintenance of communities of learning, in communication, and to stimulate action, and 4) Innovative ways of bringing communities and researchers together in transparent co-creation of ethical research to improve equity. As a cross-cutting theme, Dr. Dye has an emerging interest in island communities and jurisdictions that are presently or formerly enmeshed in colonial or territorial relationships to better understand the impact of international legal impacts on public health in such locations.

Dr. Dye is an elected Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology, the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, the Society for Applied Anthropology, and is a Fellow and Chartered Geographer of the Royal Geographic Society.

Faculty Appointments

Professor - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (SMD)

Associate Chair, Research - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (SMD)

Professor - Department of Dentistry (SMD) - Joint

Professor - Department of Pediatrics (SMD) - Joint

Professor - Department of Public Health Sciences (SMD) - Joint

Credentials

Education

MA | Syracuse University. Documentary Film and History. 2013

PhD | University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Anthropology. 1993

MS | University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. Epidemiology. 1990

MPA | Syracuse University. Public Administration. 1987

MA | Syracuse University. International Relations. 1987

BA | Syracuse University. International Relations. 1985

Awards

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry's Faculty Diversity Award. 2018

Fulbright Specialist. 2016

Fellow (Elected). 2014

Fulbright Specialist Award. 2012

MEDICC Scholar. 2009

Antarctic Service Medal. 2006

Fellow (2004) and Chartered Geographer (2006). 2004

MCH Young Professional Award. 2001

Hindi and South Asia Studies - Predoctoral Fellow. 1985 - 1987

Fellow (Elected).

Fellow (elected).

Research

Professor Timothy Dye is a medical anthropologist and social epidemiologist who specializes in applied public health, particularly within marginalized, isolated, and global populations, and with a content focus on social and cultural determinants of health. Additionally, Dr. Dye's work commonly prov...
Professor Timothy Dye is a medical anthropologist and social epidemiologist who specializes in applied public health, particularly within marginalized, isolated, and global populations, and with a content focus on social and cultural determinants of health. Additionally, Dr. Dye's work commonly provides unique opportunities in biomedical informatics and data science, particularly at the intersection of social science and health.

Dr. Dye’s research program works with underrepresented and marginalized communities around the world to address health priorities, often through technology and human-centered design. Dr. Dye's research program views humans in their ecological context, understanding that social, biological, environmental, and other factors interact to impact health and illness, and that structural barriers often preclude ethical engagement of indigenous, marginalized, and underrepresented peoples in the scientific enterprise. Dye's lab values deep inclusion, respect, and self-determination among its members and partners; and they strive to prioritize the voices of underrepresented and cultural identities in their work.

Dr. Dye has worked in more than 30 countries around the world, and in many communities across Northern America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific. The work of his lab reflects the integration of qualitative, quantitative, community, and laboratory approaches to science. The lab is deliberately pragmatic, applied, and focused on action.

While the Dye Lab involves research that evolves with its members, and includes: 1) Global Health, with a special emphasis on Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific, and Global Deaf Health, 2) Perinatal Health, with a special emphasis on social determinants of medical risk in pregnancy and childhood, 3)Technology, in the creation and maintenance of communities of learning, in communication, and to stimulate action, and 4) Innovative ways of bringing communities and researchers together in transparent co-creation of ethical research to improve equity. As a cross-cutting theme, Dr. Dye has an emerging interest in island communities and jurisdictions that are presently or formerly enmeshed in colonial or territorial relationships to better understand the impact of international legal impacts on public health in such locations.

Dr. Dye is an elected Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology, the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, the Society for Applied Anthropology, and is a Fellow and Chartered Geographer of the Royal Geographic Society.

Publications

Journal Articles

Ending the Epidemic: Building Health Care Capacity Through HIV and HCV Preceptorship Programs.

Levandowski BA, Steinke J, Stewart C, Urbina AE, Wilder TL, Bevec E, Dye TD

AIDS education and prevention : official publication of the International Society for AIDS Education.. 2023 June 35 (3):213-224. Epub 1900 01 01.

Associations of childhood hearing loss and adverse childhood experiences in deaf adults.

Hall WC, Dye TDV, Siddiqi S

PloS one.. 2023 18 (6):e0287024. Epub 06/21/2023.

Sharing the Details: Implementing and Evaluating the Integration of New York State AIDS Institute Health Equity Competencies for Health Care Providers into Clinical Training Activities.

Levandowski BA, Murphy HR, Silk J, Barbosu CM, Urban M, Walker L, Aladin B, Dye TD

Health equity.. 2023 7 (1):555-561. Epub 09/13/2023.

Dental Health Utilization in Palau: Feasibility of an Oral Cancer Screening Program.

Rieth K, Sy A, McIntosh S, Ikerdu E, Cupertino A, Dye TD, Martina CA

Annals of global health.. 2023 89 (1):60. Epub 09/20/2023.

Attitudes and experiences regarding preventive strategies for the deaf population in Western New York.

Farovitch L, Padden C, vanWijngaarden E, Miller B, Leydet B, Dye T

PLOS global public health.. 2023 3 (11):e0001056. Epub 11/22/2023.

Predictors of Secondhand Smoke Exposure During Pregnancy in Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras.

Quiñones Z, Li D, McIntosh S, Avendaño E, Sánchez JJ, DiMare-Hering C, Flores Golfín D, Wang S, Pérez-Ramos JG, D V Dye T, Ossip DJ

Nicotine & tobacco research : official journal of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.. 2022 April 2824 (6):909-913. Epub 1900 01 01.

Social media study of public opinions on potential COVID-19 vaccines: informing dissent, disparities, and dissemination.

Lyu H, Wang J, Wu W, Duong V, Zhang X, Dye TD, Luo J

Intelligent medicine.. 2022 February 2 (1):1-12. Epub 08/25/2021.

The Implementation of a State-wide Rapid Initiation of Antiretroviral Therapy as a Best Practice in Primary Care Practices Using an Academic Detailing Approach: Lessons Learned from New York State, United States.

Barbosu CM, Alcántara L, Sharma S, Marriott J, Babiy O, Deamer R, Kindlon M, Dye T

International journal of MCH and AIDS.. 2022 11 (1):e539. Epub 05/04/2022.

Piling it on: Perceived stress and lack of access to resources among US-based LGBTQ+ community members during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Levandowski BA, Miller SB, Ran D, Pressman EA, Van der Dye T

PloS one.. 2022 17 (7):e0271162. Epub 07/08/2022.

An evaluation of RNA-seq differential analysis methods.

Li D, Zand MS, Dye TD, Goniewicz ML, Rahman I, Xie Z

PloS one.. 2022 17 (9):e0264246. Epub 09/16/2022.

Artificial intelligence-powered smartphone application, AICaries, improves at-home dental caries screening in children: Moderated and unmoderated usability test.

Al-Jallad N, Ly-Mapes O, Hao P, Ruan J, Ramesh A, Luo J, Wu TT, Dye T, Rashwan N, Ren J, Jang H, Mendez L, Alomeir N, Bullock S, Fiscella K, Xiao J

PLOS digital health.. 2022 1 (6)Epub 06/02/2022.

Science, healthcare system, and government effectiveness perception and COVID-19 vaccination acceptance and hesitancy in a global sample: an analytical cross-sectional analysis.

Dye TD, Barbosu M, Siddiqi S, Pérez Ramos JG, Murphy H, Alcántara L, Pressman E

BMJ open.. 2021 November 2311 (11):e049716. Epub 11/23/2021.

Assessing a Smartphone App (AICaries) That Uses Artificial Intelligence to Detect Dental Caries in Children and Provides Interactive Oral Health Education: Protocol for a Design and Usability Testing Study.

Xiao J, Luo J, Ly-Mapes O, Wu TT, Dye T, Al Jallad N, Hao P, Ruan J, Bullock S, Fiscella K

JMIR research protocols.. 2021 October 2210 (10):e32921. Epub 10/22/2021.

Participation in genetic research among Latinx populations by Latin America birth-residency concordance: a global study.

De Ver Dye T, Tavarez ZQ, Pérez Ramos JG, Fernandez ID, Vega CV, Vega Ocasio DM, Avendaño E, Cardona Cordero NR, Hering CD, Dozier AM, Groth SW

Journal of community genetics.. 2021 October 12 (4):603-615. Epub 08/10/2021.

Attitudes Toward the Environment and Use of Information and Communication Technologies to Address Environmental Health Risks in Marginalized Communities: Prospective Cohort Study.

Perez-Ramos JG, McIntosh S, Barrett ES, Velez Vega CM, Dye TD

Journal of medical Internet research.. 2021 September 2323 (9):e24671. Epub 09/23/2021.

Social Stressors, Arboviral Infection, and Immune Dysregulation in the Coastal Lowland Region of Ecuador: A Mixed Methods Approach in Ecological Perspective.

Vega Ocasio D, Stewart-Ibarra AM, Sippy R, Li C, McCue K, Bendinskas KG, Gump BB, Cueva-Aponte C, Ayala EB, Morrell CN, Dye TD

The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene.. 2021 August 2105 (3):756-765. Epub 08/02/2021.

Relationship between perceived social support and postpartum care attendance in three Latin American countries: a cross-sectional analytic study.

Cardona Cordero NR, Ramos JP, Tavarez ZQ, McIntosh S, Avendaño E, DiMare C, Ossip DJ, De Ver Dye T

Global health research and policy.. 2021 May 76 (1):16. Epub 05/07/2021.

Risk of COVID-19-related bullying, harassment and stigma among healthcare workers: an analytical cross-sectional global study.

Dye TD, Alcantara L, Siddiqi S, Barbosu M, Sharma S, Panko T, Pressman E

BMJ open.. 2020 December 3010 (12):e046620. Epub 12/30/2020.

Critical medical ecology and SARS-COV-2 in the urban environment: a pragmatic, dynamic approach to explaining and planning for research and practice.

De Ver Dye T, Muir E, Farovitch L, Siddiqi S, Sharma S

Infectious diseases of poverty.. 2020 June 199 (1):71. Epub 06/19/2020.

An Assessment of E-health Resources and Readiness in the Republic of the Marshall Islands: Implications for Non-communicable Disease Intervention Development.

Sy A, Tannis C, McIntosh S, Demment M, Tomeing T, Marriott J, Fukunaga T, Buenconsejo-Lum L, Dye T

Hawai'i journal of health & social welfare.. 2020 June 179 (6 Suppl 2):52-57. Epub 1900 01 01.

A Rapid Assessment Procedure to Develop A Non-Communicable Disease Prevention Pilot Health Communications Project Using E- and M-Health Communications in Pohnpei State, Federated States of Micronesia.

Sy A, Marriott J, Tannis C, Demment M, McIntosh S, Hadley J, Albert P, Buenconsejo-Lum L, Dye T

Hawai'i journal of health & social welfare.. 2020 June 179 (6 Suppl 2):58-63. Epub 1900 01 01.

Evaluating the implementation of cervical cancer screening programs in low-resource settings globally: a systematized review.

Dykens JA, Smith JS, Demment M, Marshall E, Schuh T, Peters K, Irwin T, McIntosh S, Sy A, Dye T

Cancer causes & control : CCC.. 2020 May 31 (5):417-429. Epub 03/17/2020.

A woman's worth: an access framework for integrating emergency medicine with maternal health to reduce the burden of maternal mortality in sub-Saharan Africa.

Anto-Ocrah M, Cushman J, Sanders M, De Ver Dye T

BMC emergency medicine. 2020 January 1320 (1):3. Epub 01/13/2020.

Qualitative Assessment of Environmental Health Risk Perceptions and Community Challenges in a Puerto Rican Community: Change and Continuity in Response to Hurricanes Irma and María.

Pérez-Ramos JG, McIntosh S, Barrett ES, Vélez-Vega CM, Dye TD

Behavioral medicine.. 2020 46 (3-4):231-244. Epub 12/20/2019.

Assessing Training Interests of Latin American and Caribbean Immigrant-serving HIV/AIDS, STD, and Hepatitis C Providers in New York State, United States.

Marriott JP, Pérez-Ramos JG, Choi SH, Gonsalves-Domond G, Aladin B, Barbosu M, Smith C, Dye T

International journal of MCH and AIDS.. 2020 9 (2):186-190. Epub 05/08/2020.

Attitudes, practices, and priority of HIV screening and testing among clinical providers in Transylvania and Moldavia, Romania.

Barbosu CM, Radulescu A, Manciuc C, Muir E, Levandowski BA, Dye T

BMC health services research.. 2019 December 1619 (1):970. Epub 12/16/2019.

Antepartum Contraceptive Counseling in Women with Preterm Birth.

Toscano M, Li D, Dye T, Olson-Chen C

American journal of perinatology.. 2019 October 36 (12):1310-1316. Epub 01/04/2019.

Behind the Scenes: Publishing in the Maternal and Child Health Journal.

Kamath-Rayne BD, Surkan PJ, Vinturache A, Dye T

Maternal and child health journal.. 2019 October 23 (10):1281-1284. Epub 1900 01 01.

Effects of pre-gestational diabetes mellitus and gestational diabetes mellitus on macrosomia and birth defects in Upstate New York.

Yang GR, Dye TD, Li D

Diabetes research and clinical practice.. 2019 September 155 :107811. Epub 08/08/2019.

Data Diplomacy.

Boyd A, Gatewood J, Thorson S, Dye TDV

Science & diplomacy.. 2019 May 8 (1)Epub 06/24/2019.

Association of periodontal disease with depression and adverse birth outcomes: Results from the Perinatal database; Finger Lakes region, New York State.

Kopycka-Kedzierawski DT, Li D, Xiao J, Billings RJ, Dye TD

PloS one.. 2019 14 (4):e0215440. Epub 04/18/2019.

Association Between Neck Circumference and Coronary Heart Disease: A Meta-analysis.

Yang GR, Dye TD, Zand MS, Fogg TT, Yuan SY, Yang JK, Li D

Asian/Pacific Island nursing journal.. 2019 4 (1):34-46. Epub 1900 01 01.

The Association between Metabolic Syndrome and Morbid Events in Type 2 Diabetes after a 7-Year Community Management: Beijing Community Diabetes Study 17.

Yang GR, Yuan MX, Fu HJ, Wan G, Li D, Dye TD, Zhu LX, Xie RR, Lv YJ, Zhang JD, Du XP, Li YL, Ji Y, Li Y, Cui XL, Wang ZM, Cheng SY, Liu DY, Wang Q, Zhou L, Gao Y, Yuan SY

Journal of diabetes research.. 2019 2019 :5237371. Epub 06/12/2019.

Influence of Hearing Loss on Child Behavioral and Home Experiences.

Hall WC, Li D, Dye TDV

American journal of public health.. 2018 August 108 (8):1079-1081. Epub 06/21/2018.

Access to digital and social media among Romanian HIV/AIDS clinical providers.

Manciuc C, Levandowski BA, Muir E, Radulescu A, Barbosu M, Dye TD

Global health action.. 2018 11 (1):1513445. Epub 1900 01 01.

Bon-EV: an improved multiple testing procedure for controlling false discovery rates.

Li D, Xie Z, Zand M, Fogg T, Dye T

BMC bioinformatics.. 2017 January 318 (1):1. Epub 01/03/2017.

A globally networked hybrid approach to public health capacity training for maternal health professionals in low and middle income countries.

McIntosh S, Pérez-Ramos JG, David T, Demment MM, Avendaño E, Ossip DJ, De Ver Dye T

Global health research and policy.. 2017 2 :8. Epub 03/01/2017.

The Health and Wealth of Mountain Communities.

Chin NP, Dye TD

Maternal and child health journal.. 2016 December 20 (12):2413-2414. Epub 1900 01 01.

Reporting studies on time to diagnosis: proposal of a guideline by an international panel (REST).

Launay E, Cohen JF, Bossuyt PM, Buekens P, Deeks J, Dye T, Feltbower R, Ferrari A, Kramer M, Leeflang M, Moher D, Moons KG, von Elm E, Ravaud P, Chalumeau M

BMC medicine.. 2016 September 2714 (1):146. Epub 09/27/2016.

Sociocultural variation in attitudes toward use of genetic information and participation in genetic research by race in the United States: implications for precision medicine.

Dye T, Li D, Demment M, Groth S, Fernandez D, Dozier A, Chang J

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA.. 2016 July 23 (4):782-6. Epub 03/16/2016.

Development and Implementation of Culturally Tailored Offline Mobile Health Surveys.

McIntosh S, Pérez-Ramos J, Demment MM, Vélez Vega C, Avendaño E, Ossip DJ, Dye TD

JMIR public health and surveillance.. 2016 June 22 (1):e28. Epub 06/02/2016.

Lessons Learned from Twelve Years of Partnered Tobacco Cessation Research in the Dominican Republic.

Ossip DJ, Diaz S, Quiñones Z, McIntosh S, Dozier A, Chin N, Weber E, Holderness H, Torres E, Bautista A, Sanchez JJ, Avendaño E, De Ver Dye T, McDonald P, Bianco E

Journal of smoking cessation.. 2016 June 11 (2):99-107. Epub 05/10/2016.

Editorial Notice.

Soon R, Elia J, Beckwith N, Kaneshiro B, Dye T

Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health.. 2016 March 48 (1):53. Epub 08/25/2015.

Participation in Genetic Research: Amazon's Mechanical Turk Workforce in the United States and India.

Groth SW, Dozier A, Demment M, Li D, Fernandez ID, Chang J, Dye T

Public health genomics.. 2016 19 (6):325-335. Epub 11/04/2016.

Unintended Pregnancy in the Native Hawaiian Community: Key Informants' Perspectives.

Soon R, Elia J, Beckwith N, Kaneshiro B, Dye T

Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health.. 2015 December 47 (4):163-70. Epub 1900 01 01.

An evaluation of statistical methods for DNA methylation microarray data analysis.

Li D, Xie Z, Pape ML, Dye T

BMC bioinformatics.. 2015 July 1016 :217. Epub 07/10/2015.

Can we really diagnose diabetes during pregnancy?

Burlingame JM, Bartholomew L, Brink-Wong T, Sampaga S, Dye T

Journal of perinatal medicine.. 2015 May 43 (3):277-82. Epub 1900 01 01.

Attitudes and practices towards micronutrient supplementation among pregnant women in rural Tibet.

De Ver Dye T, Pelto G, Kristensen S, Samen A, Dozier A

Global public health.. 2015 January 10 (1):119-128. Epub 09/03/2014.

Developing the Evidence Base to Inform Best Practice: A Scoping Study of Breast and Cervical Cancer Reviews in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.

Demment MM, Peters K, Dykens JA, Dozier A, Nawaz H, McIntosh S, Smith JS, Sy A, Irwin T, Fogg TT, Khaliq M, Blumenfeld R, Massoudi M, De Ver Dye T

PloS one.. 2015 10 (9):e0134618. Epub 09/01/2015.

Ethnic variation of gastroschisis and omphalocele in the United States of America.

Rocha FG, Zalud I, Dye T

The journal of maternal-fetal & neonatal medicine : the official journal of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine, the Federation of Asia and Oceania Perinatal Societies, the International Society of Perinatal Obstetricians.. 2014 September 27 (14):1428-30. Epub 01/13/2014.

Seafood consumption and umbilical cord blood mercury concentrations in a multiethnic maternal and child health cohort.

Soon R, Dye TD, Ralston NV, Berry MJ, Sauvage LM

BMC pregnancy and childbirth.. 2014 June 1814 :209. Epub 06/18/2014.

Improved abnormal Pap smear triage using cervical cancer biomarkers.

Killeen JL, Dye T, Grace C, Hiraoka M

Journal of lower genital tract disease.. 2014 January 18 (1):1-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

Gestational diabetes and macrosomia by race/ethnicity in Hawaii.

Tsai PJ, Roberson E, Dye T

BMC research notes.. 2013 October 16 :395. Epub 10/01/2013.

Transdisciplinary science and practice in action: the Maternal and Child Health Journal as shared space.

De Ver Dye T

Maternal and child health journal.. 2013 January 17 (1):7-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

Assessing differential expression in two-color microarrays: a resampling-based empirical Bayes approach.

Li D, Le Pape MA, Parikh NI, Chen WX, Dye TD

PloS one.. 2013 8 (11):e80099. Epub 11/27/2013.

Power and stability properties of resampling-based multiple testing procedures with applications to gene oncology studies.

Li D, Dye TD

Computational and mathematical methods in medicine.. 2013 2013 :610297. Epub 11/20/2013.

In-hospital neonatal mortality and the role of consanguinity.

Charafeddine L, Ammous F, Kobeissi L, De Ver Dye T, Matar M, Faddous Khalife MC, Yunis K

Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology.. 2012 September 26 (5):398-407. Epub 06/27/2012.

Experience of initial symptoms of breast cancer and triggers for action in ethiopia.

Dye TD, Bogale S, Hobden C, Tilahun Y, Deressa T, Reeler A

International journal of breast cancer.. 2012 2012 :908547. Epub 01/19/2012.

A qualitative assessment of beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors related to diarrhea and water filtration in rural Kenya.

De Ver Dye T, Apondi R, Lugada E, Kahn JG, Sandiford-Day MA, Dasbanerjee T

American journal of public health.. 2011 August 101 (8):1515-20. Epub 06/16/2011.

A mixed-method assessment of beliefs and practice around breast cancer in Ethiopia: implications for public health programming and cancer control.

De Ver Dye T, Bogale S, Hobden C, Tilahun Y, Hechter V, Deressa T, Bize M, Reeler A

Global public health.. 2011 6 (7):719-31. Epub 05/24/2011.

"Dreadful to behold": frostbite on the 1910-1913 British Antarctic Expedition.

De Ver Dye T, Lane H, Stam D

American journal of public health.. 2010 December 100 (12):2364-5. Epub 10/21/2010.

"Before we used to get sick all the time": perceptions of malaria and use of long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets (LLINs) in a rural Kenyan community.

Dye TD, Apondi R, Lugada ES, Kahn JG, Smith J, Othoro C

Malaria journal.. 2010 November 309 :345. Epub 11/30/2010.

Complex care systems in developing countries: breast cancer patient navigation in Ethiopia.

Dye TD, Bogale S, Hobden C, Tilahun Y, Hechter V, Deressa T, Bizé M, Reeler A

Cancer.. 2010 February 1116 (3):577-85. Epub 1900 01 01.

Migraine and the environment.

Friedman DI, De ver Dye T

Headache.. 2009 June 49 (6):941-52. Epub 1900 01 01.

Cardiovascular Health in the Developing World: Community Perceptions from Carriacou, Grenada.

Dozier AM, Block R, Levy D, Dye TD, Pearson TA

CVD prevention and control. 2008 September 13 (3):123-131. Epub 1900 01 01.

Education status among orphans and non-orphans in communities affected by AIDS in Tanzania and Burkina Faso.

Kürzinger ML, Pagnier J, Kahn JG, Hampshire R, Wakabi T, Dye TD

AIDS care.. 2008 July 20 (6):726-32. Epub 1900 01 01.

Concentrations of urinary phthalate metabolites are associated with increased waist circumference and insulin resistance in adult U.S. males.

Stahlhut RW, van Wijngaarden E, Dye TD, Cook S, Swan SH

Environmental health perspectives.. 2007 June 115 (6):876-82. Epub 03/14/2007.

Tobacco use in the Dominican Republic: understanding the culture first.

Dozier AM, Ossip-Klein DJ, Diaz S, Chin NP, Sierra E, Quiñones Z, Dye TD, McIntosh S, Armstrong L

Tobacco control.. 2006 June 15 Suppl 1 (Suppl 1):i30-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Beating asthma: a community-based asthma education initiative.

Scariati PD, Roberge L, Dye T

The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.. 2006 January 106 (1):16-22. Epub 1900 01 01.

Effect of managed care on perinatal transports for the publicly funded in upstate New York.

Sinkin RA, Fisher SG, Dozier A, Dye TD

Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association.. 2005 February 25 (2):79-85. Epub 1900 01 01.

Recent studies in the epidemiologic assessment of physical activity, fetal growth, and preterm delivery: a narrative review.

De Ver Dye T, Fernandez ID, Rains A, Fershteyn Z

Clinical obstetrics and gynecology.. 2003 June 46 (2):415-22. Epub 1900 01 01.

Epidemiology of neonatal necrotising enterocolitis: a population-based study.

Llanos AR, Moss ME, Pinzòn MC, Dye T, Sinkin RA, Kendig JW

Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology.. 2002 October 16 (4):342-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Women's willingness to share information and participation in prenatal care systems.

Dye T, Wojtowycz M, Applegate M, Aubry R

American journal of epidemiology.. 2002 August 1156 (3):286-91. Epub 1900 01 01.

Familial incidence of urinary incontinence.

Elia G, Bergman J, Dye TD

American journal of obstetrics and gynecology.. 2002 July 187 (1):53-5. Epub 1900 01 01.

Impact of family structure and stability on academic outcome in preterm children at 10 years of age.

Gross SJ, Mettelman BB, Dye TD, Slagle TA

The Journal of pediatrics.. 2001 February 138 (2):169-75. Epub 1900 01 01.

Body mass index and urinary symptoms in women.

Elia G, Dye TD, Scariati PD

International urogynecology journal and pelvic floor dysfunction.. 2001 12 (6):366-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Attitudes toward clinical guidelines among obstetricians in Northern Ireland.

Dye TD, Alderdice F, Roberge E, Jamison JQ

BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecology.. 2000 January 107 (1):101-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

Tracking sexual contacts of HIV patients: a study of physician practices.

Dye TD, Knox KL, Novick LF

Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP.. 1999 September 5 (5):19-22. Epub 1900 01 01.

Organisational variation, satisfaction, and women's time investment in prenatal care.

Dye TD, Wojtowycz MA

Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology.. 1999 April 13 (2):158-69. Epub 1900 01 01.

Early language development in children exposed to or infected with human immunodeficiency virus.

Coplan J, Contello KA, Cunningham CK, Weiner LB, Dye TD, Roberge L, Wojtowycz MA, Kirkwood K

Pediatrics.. 1998 July 102 (1):e8. Epub 1900 01 01.

Physical activity, obesity, and diabetes in pregnancy.

Dye TD, Knox KL, Artal R, Aubry RH, Wojtowycz MA

American journal of epidemiology.. 1997 December 1146 (11):961-5. Epub 1900 01 01.

Unintended pregnancy and breast-feeding behavior.

Dye TD, Wojtowycz MA, Aubry RH, Quade J, Kilburn H

American journal of public health.. 1997 October 87 (10):1709-11. Epub 1900 01 01.

Prenatal HIV screening in pregnant women: a medical-legal review.

Oldenettel D, Dye TD, Artal R

Birth.. 1997 September 24 (3):165-72. Epub 1900 01 01.

A cost evaluation of implementing a quality-oriented, regional perinatal data system.

Dye TD, Wojtowycz MA, Aubry RH

Journal of public health management and practice : JPHMP.. 1997 March 3 (2):37-40. Epub 1900 01 01.

Association between pre-pregnancy obesity and the risk of cesarean delivery.

Crane SS, Wojtowycz MA, Dye TD, Aubry RH, Artal R

Obstetrics and gynecology.. 1997 February 89 (2):213-6. Epub 1900 01 01.

Physical activity and the risk of preterm labor: an epidemiological review and synthesis of recent literature.

Dye TD, Oldenettel D

Seminars in perinatology.. 1996 August 20 (4):334-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Cumulative pregnancy rates and probability of pregnancy in various indications for intrauterine insemination.

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Archives of andrology. 1996 37 (3):171-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

Failure to identify human immunodeficiency virus-seropositive newborns: epidemiology and enrollment patterns in a predominantly white, nonurban setting.

Coplan J, Dye TD, Contello KA, Cunningham CK, Kirkwood K, Weiner LB

Pediatrics.. 1995 December 96 (6):1083-9. Epub 1900 01 01.

Violence, pregnancy and birth outcome in Appalachia.

Dye TD, Tollivert NJ, Lee RV, Kenney CJ

Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology.. 1995 January 9 (1):35-47. Epub 1900 01 01.

Socioeconomic status: developing a quantitative, community based index in rural Kashmir.

Dye TD, Lee RV

Journal of epidemiology and community health.. 1994 August 48 (4):421-2. Epub 1900 01 01.

Infant mortality in Oklahoma, 1970-1990.

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The Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association.. 1994 March 87 (3):122-7. Epub 1900 01 01.

Retrospective maternal mortality case ascertainment in West Virginia, 1985 to 1989.

Dye TD, Gordon H, Held B, Tolliver NJ, Holmes AP

American journal of obstetrics and gynecology.. 1992 July 167 (1):72-6. Epub 1900 01 01.