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Sioban D. Harlow

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Professor, Global Public Health, School of Public Health.

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Medical School.

Professor, Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health.

Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Harlow is interested in reproductive and occupational epidemiology. Her research focuses on quantifying the variations in menstrual cycle characteristics across the reproductive life span, identifying host and environmental determinants of variation in menstrual cycle patterns, and occupational risks to women's health.

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Chandrasekaran, N., Sioban D. Harlow, S. Moroi, D. Musch, Q. Peng, and Carrie Anne Karvonen-Gutierrez. 2017. "Visual impairment at baseline is associated with future poor physical functioning among middle-aged women: The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation, Michigan Site." Maturitas, 96: 33-38. DOI. Abstract.

Jepsen, Karl, Andrew Kozminski, Erin Bigelow, Stephen Schlecht, Robert Goulet, Sioban D. Harlow, Jane Cawley, and Carrie Anne Karvonen-Gutierrez. 2017. "Femoral Neck External Size But Not aBMD Predicts Structural and Mass Changes for Women Transitioning Through Menopause." Journal of Bone and Mineral Research, 32(6): 1218-1228. DOI. Abstract.

Stern, Alexandra Minna, Nicole Novak, Natalie Lira, Kate O'Connor, Sioban D. Harlow, and Sharon L. R. Kardia. 2017. "California's Sterilization Survivors: An Estimate and Call for Redress." American Journal of Public Health, 107(1): 50-54. DOI. Abstract.

Kim, Cheong-Seok, Carrie Anne Karvonen-Gutierrez, S. Kong, V. Arends, M. Steffes, D.S. McConnell, J.F. Randolph, and Sioban D. Harlow. 2016. "Antimullerian hormone among women with and without type 1 diabetes: the Epidemiology of Diabetes Interventions and Complications Study and the Michigan Bone Health and Metabolism Study." Fertility and Sterility, 106(6): 1446-1452. DOI. Abstract.

Ylitalo, Kelly R., Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, Candace McClure, Samar R. El Khoudary, Elizabeth A. Jackson, Barbara Sternfeld, and Sioban D. Harlow. 2016. "Is self-reported physical functioning associated with incident cardiometabolic abnormalities or the metabolic syndrome?" Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews, 32(4): 413-420. DOI. Abstract.

El Khoudary, Samar R., Nanette Santoro, Hsiang-Yu Chen, Ping G. Tepper, Maria M. Brooks, Rebecca C. Thurston, Imke Janssen, Sioban D. Harlow, Emma Barinas-Mitchell, Faith Selzer, Carol A. Derby, Elizabeth A. Jackson, Daniel McConnell, and Karen A. Matthews. 2016. "Trajectories of estradiol and follicle-stimulating hormone over the menopause transition and early markers of atherosclerosis after menopause." European Journal of Preventative Cardiology, 23(7): 694-703. PMCID: PMC4816655. DOI. Abstract.

Karvonen-Gutierrez, Carrie A., Huiyong Zheng, Peter Mancuso, and Sioban D. Harlow. 2016. "Higher Leptin and Adiponectin Concentrations Predict Poorer Performance-based Physical Functioning in Midlife Women: the Michigan Study of Women's Health Across the Nation." Journals of Gerontology A: Biological and Medical Sciences, 71(4): 508-514. DOI. Abstract.

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