Monday, Dec 9
Sharon Kardia: Genomics in the Health & Retirement Study
Associate Professor, Anthropology, University of Oklahoma.
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Affiliate, Center for Applied Social Research, University of Oklahoma.
Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Dr. Anderson's research interests lie in anthropological demography; South Africa; HIV/AIDS; behavioral ecology; fertility; kinship; parental care; education and schooling outcomes; marriage/divorce; life history theory; and nonpaternity.
Carabin, H., M.S. Keesee, L.J. Machado, T. Brittingham, Linda B. Williams, N.K. Sonleitner, Kermyt G. Anderson, A. Cajina, and M.W. Foster. 2008. "Estimation of the Prevalence of AIDS, Opportunistic Infections, and Standard of Care among Patients with HIV/AIDS Receiving Care Along the US-Mexico Border through the Special Projects of National Significance: A Cross-Sectional Study." Aids Patient Care and Stds, 22(11): 887-895. DOI. Abstract.
Anderson, Kermyt G., Ann Beutel, and Brendan Maughan-Brown. 2007. "HIV risk perceptions and first sexual intercourse among youth in Cape Town, South Africa." International Family Planning Perspectives, 33(3): 98-105. Abstract.
Anderson, Kermyt G., Hillard Kaplan, and J.B. Lancaster. 2007. "Confidence of paternity, divorce, and investment in children by Albuquerque men." Evolution and Human Behavior, 28: 1-10. DOI. Abstract.