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CURRICULUM VITAE

Timothy L. McAuliffe PhD
Professor
Department of Psychiatry

OFFICE ADDRESS:
CAIR
2071 N Summit Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202

EDUCATION:
09/1965 - 05/1969 BA, Bellarmine College, Louisville, KY
08/1969 - 05/1971 MS - Mathematics, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
08/1971 - 05/1975 Mathematics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
08/1975 - 05/1981 PhD - Biostatistics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS:
08/1971 - 05/1974 Teaching Fellow, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
08/1975 - 06/1976 NIH Trainee, Biostatistics University of California, Los Angeles, CA
1976 - 1977 Biostatistician, University of Southern California
1977 - 1979 Biostatistician, Harbor General Hospital, Torrance, CA
06/1978 - 12/1980 NIH Trainee, Biostatistics, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
1969 - 1971 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
1971 - 1974 Teaching Fellow, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
1978 Instructor, Department of Mathematics, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA
1979 Instructor, Department of Health Sciences, California State University, Northridge, CA
01/1981 - 10/1991 Biostatistician, Biometry Facility, College of Medicine, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
07/1981 - 10/1991 Member, Graduate Faculty, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
07/1981 - 06/1987 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
1981 - 1991 Faculty in Graduate Program, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
07/1987 - 10/1991 Research Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
10/1991 - 06/1993 Research Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
10/1991 - 06/1993 Biostatistician, Cancer Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/1993 - 06/2002 Research Associate Professor, Health Policy Institute, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/1993 - Present Member, Biostatistics Graduate Faculty, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Health Policy Institute, Milwaukee, WI
07/2002 - Present Research Associate Professor (Secondary), Health Policy Institute, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2002 - 06/2005 Research Associate Professor (Primary), Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2005 - Present Research Professor (Primary), Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2005 - 06/2006 Research Professor (Secondary), Health Policy Institute, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2006 - Present Research Professor (Secondary), Population Health, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2009 - Present Research Professor (Secondary), Population Health, Division of Epidemiology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
07/1984 - 10/1991 Director, GCRC Computing and Statistical Services, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
06/1994 - Present Director, Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR), Quantitative Methodologies Scientific Core, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

AWARDS AND HONORS:
1968 Federal summer education grant, Bellarmine College
1969 - 1971 Teaching Fellowship, Southern Illinois University
1971 - 1974 Teaching Fellowship, University of Utah
1975 - 1980 NIH Pre-doctoral Trainee, University of California, LA
1980 Academic Scholar Award, University of California, LA
1996 - 1997 CAIR Developmental Grant
2000 - 2004 PI, NIH/NIMH R01 Grant: Accuracy of self-reports of risky behavior
2006 - 2010 PI, NIH/NIMH R01 Grant: Accuracy and Compliance in Daily Reports of Risk Behavior

MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
1971 - 1979 American Mathematical Society (Member)
1975 - 2003 American Statistical Association (Member)
1976 - 1979 Institute of Mathematical Statistics (Member)
1976 - Present Biometrics Society (Member)
1982 - 1983 American Public Health Association (Member)
1984 - 1991 Association of GCRC System Managers (Member)
1986 - 2008 Society for Clinical Trials (Member)

EDITORSHIPS/EDITORIAL BOARDS/JOURNAL REVIEWS:
Journal Review
1988 - 1990 Diabetes Care
1990 Journal of Trauma
1991 Medical and Pediatric Oncology
1997 - Present Journal of Health Psychology
1998 International Journal of Cancer
1999 - Present AIDS and Behavior
2007 Field Methods
2009 - Present Academic Psychiatry

LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
1981 - 1988 Member, Statistics Department Curriculum Committee, University of Vermont
1981 - 1991 Member, Statistics Department Steering Committee, University of Vermont
1984 - 1991 Member, General Clinical Research Center Advisory Committee, University of Vermont

NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
1984 - 1991 Member, Statistics Subcommittee, Association of GCRC System Managers (NIH)
1985 - 1986 Member, Administrative Computing Subcommittee, Association of GCRC System Managers
1987 Member/Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Science Foundation
1990 Member/Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Cancer Institute
1996 - 1999 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry
1996 - 1999 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, Vermont-Oxford Neonatal Network
1997 - 1999 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, Baylor Institute of Transplantation Sciences and International Bone Marrow Transplant Registry
1997 - 2004 Member, Quantitative Assessment Committee, HIV and STD Intervention Research for Young Men in Prison
1997 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, Alliance Pharmaceuticals
1999 - 2005 Member, Quantitative Analyses Committee, HIV Prevention Trial for At-Risk Young People in Russia.
2005 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
2005 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, Children’s Hospital of Boston
2005 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committee, St Joseph Regional Medical Center, Milwaukee
2005 Biostatistician, Data Monitoring and Safety Committees, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

RESEARCH GRANTS/AWARDS/CONTRACTS/PROJECTS:
Active
Peer Review
Title:
Pathways Linking Poverty, Food Insecurity, and HIV in Rural Malawi
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Weinhardt, LS
Dates:
04/01/2007 - 03/31/2012
Direct Funds:
$3,211,410 (5% Year The goals of this project are to examine the relationship of HIV vulnerability to changes in economic environment and food security in rural Malawi.)
 
Title:
HIV Prevention within High-Risk Social Networks
Source:
R01-DA23854
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
04/01/2007 - 03/31/2012
Direct Funds:
$2,800,000 (5% Year The goals of this project are to evaluate the use of the World Wide Web (Internet) as a dissemination method for transferring technology on efficacious HIV prevention intervention to Eastern European NGOs. )
 
Title:
Fostering an AIDS Research and Training Center Infrastructure in Russia
Source:
R24-MH082471
Role:
Director, Quantitative Core
PI:
Amirkhanian, YA
Dates:
07/01/2007 - 06/30/2012
Direct Funds:
$2,650,879 (5% Year The goals of this project are to establish an Interdisciplinary Center for AIDS Research and Training in St. Petersburg, Russia. The thematic research mission of the Center will be to conceptualize, conduct, and evaluate HIV primary prevention interventions carried out with vulnerable community populations.)
 
Title:
Center for AIDS Intervention Research
Source:
P30 MH52776
Role:
Director of Quantitative Methodologies Core
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
08/01/2009 - 07/31/2014
 
Prior
Peer Review
Title:
Phase I/II Clinical Evaluation of Biological Response Modifiers for the Treatment of Cancer
Source:
NIH N01 CM27787
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Borden, EC
Dates:
09/30/1992 - 03/31/1994
Direct Funds:
$254,021 (10% Effort The specific aims of this project are to investigate the role of IL-6 in clinical and immunological response.)
 
Title:
Center for AIDS Intervention Research (Core Support)
Source:
NIH RFA AI9314
Role:
Core Director / Biostatistician
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
03/31/1994 - 02/28/1999
Direct Funds:
$4,123,144 (35% Effort The specific aims of this project are to establish a Center for AIDS Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.)
 
Title:
Surveillance after Initial Treatment for Breast Cancer: A Population-Based Study of Variation In and Outcomes of Care
Source:
USAMRDC
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Nattinger, AB
Dates:
09/01/1994 - 08/31/1999
Direct Funds:
$737,905 (15% Effort The specific aims of this project are to investigate the variation in the extent of surveillance after treatment of early breast cancer and its association with resources to patient and hospital characteristics.)
 
Title:
Psychosocial Studies of a Cohort at Risk for AIDS
Source:
R01 MH39346
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Ostrow, DG
Dates:
12/01/1994 - 11/30/1995
 
Title:
Disseminating Efficacious HIV Prevention Models to CBOs
Source:
R01 MH54935
Role:
Investigator / Biostatistician
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/30/1995 - 04/30/1999
Direct Funds:
$552,877 (10% Effort The goals of this project are to conduct a trial dissemination method for transferring technology on efficacious HIV prevention intervention (for women and gay men) to community-based organizations (CBO). )
 
Title:
Factors Influencing Toilet Training in the 1990s
Source:
Kimberly-Clark contract
Role:
Investigator / Biostatistician
PI:
Schum, TR
Dates:
10/01/1995 - 03/31/1998
Direct Funds:
$100,000 ( The specific aims of this project are to develop a more formal understanding of toilet training in the 1990s, including prevalence of successful toilet training, child, parental and environment factors linked to earlier training, age of onset of training and completion, success rates, methods employed and factors associated with outcome.)
 
Title:
Some Methodological Issues in Measurement of Sexual Behavior
Source:
P30 MH52776 Developmental Grant
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
10/1995 - 09/30/1996
Direct Funds:
$5,000 ( The specific aims of this project are to examine whether sexual histories elicited using exact frequencies of safe and unsafe sex versus total frequency of sex and percent of total activity that was safe response formats are any more valid. )
 
Title:
Community Intervention to Reduce AIDS Risk Behavior
Source:
R01 MH42908
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/1996 - 06/01/2000
Direct Funds:
$1,199,502 (5% Effort The goal of this multi-institutional renewal is to extend HIV prevention research to populations of adolescents in urban housing developments. )
 
Title:
Prevention of HIV Infection in Youth at Risk
Source:
U62/CCU513661
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
09/30/1996 - 09/29/2002
Direct Funds:
$2,708,529 (10% Effort The purpose of this project is to initiate developmental and community-level intervention studies of strategies to prevent new HIV infections among young and minority men who have sex with men.)
 
Title:
HIV and STD Intervention Research for Young Men in Prison
Source:
U62/CCU514804
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Seal, DW
Dates:
09/01/1997 - 09/30/2004
Direct Funds:
$1,413,702 (The purpose of this project is to initiate developmental and intervention studies of strategies to prevent new HIV/STD infections among men enrolled in prison pre-release programs.)
 
Title:
The Social Validity of Women’s Safer Sex Negotiation Strategies
Source:
R03 MH58522
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Otto-Salaj, LL
Dates:
04/01/1998 - 03/31/2000
Direct Funds:
$100,000 (3% Effort The specific aims of this project are to examine the effect of different types of safer sex negotiation strategies used by women. )
 
Title:
Center for AIDS Intervention Research (Core Support)
Source:
P30 MH52776
Role:
Core Director
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
04/01/1999 - 03/31/2004
Direct Funds:
$3,179,506 (30% Effort This is a competitive renewal with specific aims to provide for continued Core Support at the Center for AIDS Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.)
 
Title:
Improving Perceptions of Breast Cancer in a Primary Care Setting
Source:
American Cancer Society
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Schapira, MM
Dates:
07/01/1999 - 06/30/2000
Direct Funds:
$23,401 (5% Effort The specific aims of this project are to develop and test a computer-based breast cancer risk-counseling program on mammography adherence and breast cancer risk perceptions.)
 
Title:
HIV Prevention Trial for At-Risk Young People in Russia
Source:
U10 MH61499
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/1999 - 08/31/2004
Direct Funds:
$3,659,641 (15% Effort The specific aims of this project are to develop HIV prevention interventions shown to be effective in reducing HIV risk in communities in the U.S. for at-risk young people in Russia.)
 
Title:
Development and Evaluation of a Hormone Replacement Therapy Decision Aid
Source:
Veterans Affairs Health Service Research Program
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Schapira, MM
Dates:
10/01/1999 - 09/30/2003
Direct Funds:
$529,700 (10% Effort The specific aims of this project are to develop and test a CD-ROM based hormone replacement therapy decision aid in a Veteran population.)
 
Title:
HIV Prevention for Severely Mentally Ill Adults and Their Networks
Source:
R01 MH63000
Role:
Co-Investigator / Biostatistician
PI:
Somlai, AM
Dates:
09/30/2000 - 08/31/2006
Direct Funds:
$1,351,042 (5% Effort The specific aims of this project are to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of two risk- reduction behavior-change interventions with severely mentally ill adults and members of their social networks. )
 
Title:
Using Diaries to Assess Accuracy of Retrospective Self-Reports of Sexual Behavior
Source:
R01 MH62961
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
09/30/2000 - 08/31/2004
Direct Funds:
$995,691 (40% Effort - The specific aims of this project are to examine whether sexual histories elicited in a partner-specific format and using computerized self-administered surveys are more valid than traditional data collected using traditional survey methods. )
 
Title:
Psychosocial and Behavioral Consequences of HAART Outcomes
Source:
R01 MH60049
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Catz, SL
Dates:
01/01/2001 - 12/31/2001
Direct Funds:
$100,000 (5% Effort The goals of this project are to describe how HIV treatment outcomes influence psychological distress and behavior of persons living with HIV. )
 
Title:
NRSA Postdoctoral Training Programs in HIV Prevention Research
Source:
T32 MH19958
Role:
Instructor/Mentor
PI:
Pinkerton, SD
Dates:
07/01/2001 - 06/30/2006
Direct Funds:
$783,726 (5% Effort The goal of this renewal is to continue support for postdoctoral fellowship training program in HIV prevention behavioral research at the Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR), Medical College of Wisconsin. )
 
Title:
Internet-Based HIV Prevention Technology Transfer with World NGOs
Source:
R01 MH62982
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/2001 - 08/31/2006
Direct Funds:
$3,641,314 (10% Effort The goals of this project are to evaluate the use of the World Wide Web (Internet) as a dissemination method for transferring technology on efficacious HIV prevention intervention to World NGOs. )
 
Title:
Internet-Based Models to Enhance HIV Prevention Technology Transfer
Source:
R01 MH65172
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/2001 - 08/31/2005
Direct Funds:
$2,395,569 (10% Effort The goals of this project are to evaluate the use of the World Wide Web (Internet) as a dissemination method for transferring technology on efficacious HIV prevention intervention to ASOs within the U.S. )
 
Title:
Adherence intervention for incarcerated persons living with HIV
Source:
R01 MH63644
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Catz, S
Dates:
06/01/2002 - 05/31/2005
Direct Funds:
$1,173,994
 
Title:
HIV Prevention within High-Risk Social Networks in Eastern Europe
Source:
R01 MH64410
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/18/2002 - 06/30/2007
Direct Funds:
$3,157,917 (5% Effort The specific aims of this project are to extend HIV prevention interventions shown to be effective in reducing HIV risk in communities in the U.S. to high-risk social networks among young people in Bulgaria and Hungary.)
 
Title:
Individually Tailored Computerized HIV Intervention
Source:
R01-MH071199
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Weinhardt, LS
Dates:
04/01/2004 - 03/31/2009
Direct Funds:
$3,113,369 (10% Year 1 This project evaluates the efficacy of an individually tailored and computer-based HIV risk reduction prevention intervention. )
 
Title:
Center for AIDS Intervention Research (Core Support)
Source:
P30 MH52776
Role:
Director of Quantitative Methodologies Core
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
07/01/2004 - 06/30/2009
Direct Funds:
$9,491,484 (25% Effort This is a competitive renewal with specific aims to provide for continued Core Support at the Center for AIDS Research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.)
 
Title:
Efficacy of group intervention to reduce stress symptoms
Source:
NIMH, submitted 04/01/04
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Gore-Felton, C
Dates:
07/01/2004 - 06/30/2009
 
Title:
Simulation tool for HIV/STD cost-effectiveness analysis
Source:
NIMH R01-MH07274
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Pinkerton, SD
Dates:
07/01/2004 - 03/30/2007
Direct Funds:
$672,550 (10% Effort This project will develop a computer-based simulation model of HIV/STD transmission that can be applied to sexual risk reduction intervention outcomes in order to more accurately estimate the number of potential HIV infections averted.)
 
Title:
Targeted Social Network HIV Prevention Intervention
Source:
NIMH R01 MH-70316
Role:
Investigator / Biostatistician
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
07/06/2004 - 03/31/2008
Direct Funds:
$3,251,908 (10% Effort This study evaluates the efficacy of a social-network HIV prevention intervention that targets high sexual-risk social networks.)
 
Title:
HIV Prevention Trial for At-Risk Young People in Russia
Source:
NIMH
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/2004 - 08/31/2007
 
Title:
Risk Prevention for Children of Incarcerated Parents
Source:
NIDA R01-DA019160, re-submitted 09/01/04
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Seal, DW
Dates:
09/01/2004 - Present
 
Title:
NIMH Collaborative HIV/STD Prevention Trial in Russia
Source:
U10 MH61499
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
09/01/2004 - 08/31/2007
Direct Funds:
$2,702,435 (10% Effort This is a two-arm randomized, community-level trial being conducted in China, India, Peru, Russia, and Zimbabwe. The competitive renewal continues this international community-level prevention trial and is based on the theory of diffusion of innovation utilizing public opinion leaders.)
 
Title:
Online adaptation of HIV risk-reduction interventions
Source:
NIMH, R21, submitted 04/28/04
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Benotsch, EG
Dates:
12/01/2004 - 11/30/2007
 
Title:
Accuracy and Compliance in Daily Reports of Risk Behavior
Source:
NIMH, R01 MH075657-01: Submitted 12/31/04, Priority Score 205, Percentile 32.8%
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
12/31/2004 - 05/31/2010
 
Title:
HIV, STD, and Hepatitis Prevention for Incarcerated Men
Source:
NIMH R01-MH072357
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Seal, DW
Dates:
01/01/2005 - 12/31/2008
 
Title:
HIV risk reduction predictors in Russian Social Networks
Source:
NIMH R01, submitted 08/25/04; re-submitted 12/30/04
Role:
Investigator / Biostatistician
PI:
Amirkhanian, YA
Dates:
04/01/2005 - 03/31/2007
 
Title:
HIV/STD Prevention with IDU’s in St. Petersburg, Russia
Source:
NIMH R01, submitted 08/25/04
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Somlai, AM
Dates:
04/01/2005 - 03/31/2009
 
Title:
Exploring the impact of criminal HIV disclosure law
Source:
NIMH, R21, re-submitted 09/01/04
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Galletly, C
Dates:
04/01/2005 - 03/31/2007
 
Title:
Internet-Based HIV Prevention Technology Transfer with World NGOs
Source:
R01 MH62982 Continuation, submitted 04/01/05
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
12/01/2005 - 11/31/2010
 
Title:
Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Novel Anti-Psychotic Medication Health Risks
Source:
R01 MH078576-01
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
07/01/2006 - 06/30/2011
 
Title:
Culturally-tailored HIV Risk Reduction for African-American MSM
Source:
UR6 PS000434
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Seal, DW
Dates:
09/01/2006 - 09/29/2009
Direct Funds:
$395,773 (5% Effort The goals of this project are to initiate developmental and intervention studies of strategies to prevent new HIV/STD infections among African-American MSM.)
 
Title:
42. Experimental Analysis of HIV Risk Assessment Reactivity in South African Clinics
Source:
R01-MH077515-01A1
Role:
Biostatistician
PI:
Weinhardt, LS
Dates:
04/01/2007 - 03/31/2011
Direct Funds:
$1,822,129 (5% Year The goals of this project are to examine the impact and mechanisms underlying the effects of HIV risk behavior assessment (unplanned reactivity) on HIV risk behavior and on HIV prevention intervention outcomes in a sample of STD clinic patients in Cape Town, South Africa.)
 
Title:
Communication Technology to Disseminate Evidence-Based HIV Interventions to NGOs
Source:
1 R01 MH079730-01, submitted 05/01/05
Role:
Investigator
PI:
Kelly, JA
Dates:
06/01/2007 - 05/31/2012
Direct Funds:
$3,145,000 (10% Effort The goals of this project are to evaluate the use of the World Wide Web (Internet) as a dissemination method for transferring technology on efficacious HIV prevention intervention to World NGOs.)
 

INVITED LECTURES/WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Project Diary: Using Diaries to Assess the Accuracy of Self-Reports of Sexual Behavior, St Michael Family Care Center Patient Advisory Committee, St Michael Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 08/2001
Accuracy and Compliance in Daily Reports of Risk Behavior, St Joseph FCC Patient Advisory Committee, Milwaukee, WI, 05/2007
Functions and operational procedures for the Quantitative Methodologies Core at CAIR, Joint CAIR-International Center for AIDS Research Training (ICART), Milwaukee, WI, 01/2008
Workshop: Consultation on statistical methods, Joint CAIR-International Center for AIDS Research Training (ICART), Milwaukee, WI, 01/2008
Reliability of retrospective report of sexual behavior: affect of question format and mode of collection, Interdisciplinary Sexuality Seminar (University of Wisconsin/Medical College of Wisconsin, CAIR), Milwaukee, WI, 03/05/2010
 

PEER REVIEWED WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Regional
A Nearest Neighbor Approach to the Detection of Space-Time Clustering, Joint Statistical Meetings, Detroit, MI, 08/1981
Evaluation of Mass Media Campaign to Influence Passive Smoking Beliefs, Meeting of the Central Society for Clinical Research, Chicago, IL, 11/1981
Evaluation of a Media Campaign by Space-Time Clustering, Joint Statistical Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, 08/1982
Increase in Insulin Response and Insulin Resistance in Normal Pregnant Women, Meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 1988
Logistic Regression Analysis: A Model for the quantitative dependence of the probability of an event on predictor variables, AGSM Meeting, Atlanta, GA, 1989
A Summary Measure of HIV Risk Exposure through Sexual Behavior, Joint Statistical Meetings, Chicago, IL, 08/1996
Rates of surveillance testing and office visits after initial treatment for early stage breast cancer, Society for General Internal Medicine Meetings, Chicago, IL, 09/1996
Stability of time trade-off assessments of impotence and incontinence in a cohort of prostate cancer patients, Society for General Internal Medicine Meeting, Chicago, IL, 09/1999
A randomized clinical trial of a menopausal hormone therapy decision-aid, Society for General Internal Medicine Meeting, Chicago, IL, 10/2004
 
National
Space-Time Clustering Analysis, Statistics Colloquium, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, 10/1980
Space-Time Clustering Analysis, Biostatistics Division, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, 03/1981
Using Television to Reach Rural Children with Non-Smoking Message, American Rural Health Association Institute, Jeffersonville, VT, 06/1982
A Biometric Approach to Detect Infectivity: An Epidemiological Method Applied to Program Evaluation, Joint Meeting of Evaluation Network and Evaluation Research Society, Baltimore, MD, 10/1982
Obstetrical Factors and the Risk of Periventricular -Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Infants weighing less than or equal to 1200 Grams at Birth, Special Ross Conference on Perinatal Intracranial Hemorrhage, Washington, DC, 12/1982
An Epidemiological Study of Low Back Pain, Joint Statistical Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, 1984
An Analysis of Low Back Pain using Conditional Logistic Regression, Statistics Colloquium, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, 02/1985
An Association between Cumulative Hypoxemia and Progression of Intracranial Hemorrhage (ICH) in Infants 1500 grams, Annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, 04/1985
Peripheral Blood T-cell Subsets in First-Degree Relatives of Patients with Autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis, Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association, New York City, NY, 05/1985
An Interface between CLINFO Data Management/Analysis System and the BMDP Statistical Software Package, Meeting of the Organization of CLINFO System Managers, Duke University, NC, 10/1985
Bicarbonate determinations by different methods yield different results, Meeting of the New England Ambulatory Pediatric Association, 1987
Episodic Progesterone and Estradiol in the Luteal Phase, Annual Meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, 1988
Hormonal Patterns in Early Pregnancy, The American Fertility Society Annual Meetings, 1988
Maximum Likelihood Estimation in Segregation Analysis: Application to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, AGSM Meeting, San Diego, CA, 05/1990
Prospective evaluation of carbohydrate metabolism in non-obese control subjects and women with gestational diabetes, American Diabetes Association Meetings, Atlanta, GA, 06/1990
PIVKA protein C due to abnormal vitamin K metabolism is more frequent in term compared with preterm neonates, American Heart Association Meetings, Dallas, TX, 11/1990
Effect of postural change on respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) in term infants and adults, Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, 1990
Effects of respiratory rate and gestational age on respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) in newborn infants, Society for Pediatric Research Meetings, 1990
Race as a determinant of definitive therapy and treatment modality for early stage prostate cancer in the United States, Society for General Internal Medicine National Meetings, 05/1994
Generalizability of SEER tumor registry patients with respect to non-clinical determinants of cancer treatment, Society for General Internal Medicine National Meetings, 05/1995
"Practicing what you preach:" HIV risk-reduction behavior changes when severely mentally ill adults are taught to advocate AIDS prevention to their peers, Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New York, 11/1996
Underuse of surveillance mammography after breast cancer treatment in a Medicare population, Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program Meeting, Washington, DC, 10/1997
Low use of surveillance mammography in a Medicare population after treatment for breast cancer, Society for General Internal Medicine Meetings, Washington, DC, 1997
Generalizability of the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Registry Population: Factors relevant to epidemiologic and health care research, SEER-Medicare Data Users Workshop, Bethesda, MD, 06/1998
Statistical methods for analyzing sexual activity data, Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, Dallas, TX, 10/1998
Barriers to medication adherence among persons with HIV disease, Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA, 03/1999
What toilet training techniques are used and how effective are they?, Annual Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Health Services Research: Quality Platform (#273), San Francisco, CA, 05/1999
The natural history of toilet training progress, Annual Meeting of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, Health Services Research: Quality Platform (#274), San Francisco, CA, 05/1999
Improving the accuracy of breast cancer risk perceptions with a computer-based tailored risk information intervention, Society for General Internal Medicine National Meeting, 04/2000
Depression and continued risky sexual behavior among persons taking HIV combination therapy, Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Nashville, TN, 04/2000
Strategies for transferring effective HIV prevention models from the research arena to community-based AIDS prevention: Models from the research arena to community-based AIDS service providers, 9th Society for Prevention Research Conference, Washington, DC, 05/2001
STD and hepatitis infections, and risk perceptions among 18-29 year old men recently released from prison, National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA, 08/2001
Agreement between scales in the assessment of breast cancer risk perceptions, Society of Medical Decision-Making National Meeting, 10/2001
The development and validation of a values-based decision model for postmenopausal hormone replacement therapy, Society for General Internal Medicine National Meeting, 05/2002
Hepatitis B vaccination in prison: the perspective of former inmates, Annual Hepatitis Coordinators Conference, San Antonio, TX, 01/2003
Drug and sexual risk behaviors of injection drug users in St. Petersburg, Russia: A comparison of needle exchange program attendees and non-attendees, National Communications Conference, Las Vegas, NV, 03/2003
Sexual risk taking of men released from prison, 24th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT, 03/2003
HIV counseling and testing among incarcerated young men in U.S. prisons, National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA, 08/2003
HIV and STD risk behavior of young men prior to incarceration, National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA, 08/2003
HIV, STD, and hepatitis risk reduction intervention for young men leaving prison: Project START, United States Conference on AIDS, Philadelphia, PA., 10/2004
Influence of social support, coping, and depression on HIV health status, 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (#113769), Philadelphia, PA, 12/2005
 
International
Evaluation of a Media Campaign by Space-Time Clustering, Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Montreal, Canada, 11/1982
Linking of Large Scale Longitudinal Data Sets Without Personal Identifiers, Annual Meeting of the American Statistical Association, Toronto, Canada, 08/1983
Lower Oesophageal Sphincteric Function after Caffeinated Beverages, Eleventh International Symposium on Gastrointestinal Motility, Oxford, England, 1987
Measurement of Total Sexual Behavior HIV Risk Exposure for Assessing Behavior HIV Risk Reduction, XI International Conference on AIDS, Vancouver, BC, 07/1996
Outcomes of a community-level HIV prevention intervention for women, 12th World Conference on AIDS, Geneva, Switzerland, 06/1998
How reliable are sexual behavior self-report? Instrument format and social desirability influences on survey data, 12th World Conference on AIDS, Geneva, Switzerland, 07/1998
Bridging the gap between science and service: A randomized trial of technical assistance methods to transfer research-based HIV prevention approaches to CBOs, 12th World Conference on AIDS, Geneva, Switzerland, 07/1998
An analysis of current HIV prevention activities undertaken for women and gay men and perceived new program needs among AIDS service organizations (ASOs) in 77 American cities, meeting of AIDS Impact, Biopsychosocial Conference on HIV Disease, Ottawa, Canada, 07/1999
Sexual relationships, behavior pattern, and attitudes toward condom use: implications for HIV risk reduction interventions, 4th International AIDS Impact Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 07/1999
HIV-risk sexual and drug using behaviors among male and female injection drug users (IDUs), 9th International Conference on AIDS, Cancer and Related Problems, St. Petersburg, Russia, 05/2001
Using diaries to assess impact of question format on accuracy of survey reports of sexual behavior, 5th International AIDS Impact Conference, Brighton, England, 07/2001
Characteristics and predictors of HIV risk behaviors among IDUs, 5th International Conference, AIDS Impact: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection, Brighton, England, 07/2001
East/West: Differences in HIV sexual risk practices between samples of men who have sex with men in Russia and in the United States, The newest emerging epidemic: Central and Eastern Europe. Aids Impact: Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV Infection, 5th International Conference, Brighton, England, 07/2001
Sexual practices and gender roles among Roma (Gypsies) in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for HIV prevention, XIV International Conference on AIDS (#TuPe E5188), Barcelona, Spain, 07/2002
HIV, STD, and hepatitis risk behavior among 18-29 year old men incarcerated in the United States, XIV International Conference on AIDS, Barcelona, Spain, 07/2002
Barriers and facilitators of HIV and STD testing among young incarcerated men in the United States, the XIV International Conference on AIDS, Barcelona, Spain, 07/2002
High levels of HIV risk behavior among men who have sex with men in Russia, Hungary, and Bulgaria, XIV International Conference on AIDS (#MoPe C3428), Barcelona, Spain, 07/2002
Outcomes of HIV prevention interventions within high-risk social networks: Methodological and practical implications, FORO 2003: 2nd Forum on HIV/AIDS/STIs in Latin American and the Caribbean, Havana, Cuba, 04/2003
Use of the Internet to create an infrastructure for quickly transferring HIV prevention research advances to NGOs worldwide, XV International Conference on AIDS, Bangkok, Thailand, 07/2004
Sexual behavior and substance use during incarceration, XV International Conference on AIDS, Bangkok, Thailand, 07/2004
Sexually transmitted infections in men with a history of incarceration, XV International Conference on AIDS, Bangkok, Thailand, 07/2004
Intervention before and following release from prison reduces HIV risk among young men, XV International Conference on AIDS, Bangkok, Thailand, 07/2004
Programs, resources, needs, and barriers among HIV prevention NGOs in 78 African, Eastern European, Latin American, and Caribbean countries, XV International Conference on AIDS, Bangkok, Thailand, 07/2004
 

COMMITTEE SERVICE:
Medical College
1991 - 1996 Member, Cancer Center Scientific Review Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
1992 - Present Member, Cancer Center Seed Grants Review Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
1993 - 1996 Member, Graduate Studies Council, Medical College of Wisconsin
1994 - 1995 Member, Graduate School Disciplinary Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
1996 - 1998 Member, Cancer Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
2001 - 2003 Member, Research Affairs Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin (Appointed)
2003 - 2006 Member, Research Affairs Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
2003 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Digestive Disease Center Grants Review Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
2005 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin
2006 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin
2006 - Present Member, Human Research Protection Advisory Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
2007 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin
2007 - 2010 Member, Research Affairs Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
2008 Ad Hoc Reviewer, American Cancer Society Pilot Research Grants, Cancer Center, Medical College of Wisconsin
2008 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin
2009 Ad Hoc Reviewer, American Cancer Society Pilot Research Grants, Cancer Center, Medical College of Wisconsin
2010 - Present Member, Master of Science in Clinical & Translational Science Program Advisory Committee, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Hospital
1992 - 1996 Member, Cancer Committee, Milwaukee County Medical Center
1998 - 2001 Member, Cancer Center Committee, Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital
 

MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Medical Student Education
1994 - 2001 Biostatistics course for Medical Students, Co-Instructor, lectures and/or small group sessions, for Medical Students Education statistics course
 
Resident and Fellow Education
1995 Statistics for Clinical Research. Division of Oncology, Instructor for a series of two Statistics seminars
1996 - Present Faculty in the NRSA Postdoctoral Training Programs in HIV Prevention Research. Center for AIDS Intervention Research, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine. Postdoctoral Training Program: Instructor for Advanced Topics in Statistics for Postdoctoral Fellows in the Post-Doctoral Seminar Series.
1998 Statistics for Clinical Research. Division of Orthopedics Surgery, Instructor for a series of two Statistics seminars
2009 - 2011 Instructor in the Psychiatry Residency Training Program, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine, Residency Training Program: Instructor for Research Methodology topics.
 
Continuing Medical Education
2010 - Present Clinical & Translational Science Master’s Program, Clinical & Translational Science Institute. Course Director for Clinical Trials Design (11261A) course, Fall semester (2010). This course is open to students enrolled in the Graduate School. This course provides training on the design and development phases of the clinical trials, recruitment techniques, data collection and data quality issues, assessment of adverse effects, participant adherence, data monitoring, sample size requirements, techniques of survival analysis, reporting and interpretation of results, and multi-site studies.
 
Graduate Student Education
1994 - 2001 Faculty in Biostatistics Graduate Program. Instructor for one Graduate student statistics courses per semester. Courses of instruction include: For students in the Masters of Epidemiology and other non-Biostatistics Graduate Degree Programs: Instructor for Biostatistics 200 (Introduction to Biostatistics I) and Biostatistics 201 (Introduction to Biostatistics II); For students in the Biostatistics Graduate Degree Programs: Instructor for Biostatistics 214 (Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials), Biostatistics 231 (Statistical Methods I), Biostatistics 232 (Statistical Methods II), Biostatistics 222 (Statistical Consulting), Biostatistics 295 (Independent readings in Biostatistics).
1997 - 2002 Faculty in Masters of Public Health (MPH) Program. Instructor for the Biostatistics courses in the MPH Degree Program, offered three semesters per year. Courses open for enrollment 3 times each year (Fall, Winter, and Summer), and are requirements for all students in the Occupation Medicine and the Public Health MPH Programs, respectively. These course were taught using distance-learning technology instruction for the period of time July 1997 to June 2002. For students in the Occupation Medicine and the Public Health MPH Degree Programs: Instructor for Biostatistics for Occupational Medicine (OM 18204) and Biostatistics for Public Health (PH 18202). Authored a Statistics Course Manual that integrated computer utilization with statistical training for physicians and is used for this distance learning course.
2008 - 2009 Masters of Epidemiology Program. Course Director for Clinical Epidemiology (11201A) course, Fall semesters (2008/2009). This course is open to students enrolled in the Graduate School. This course provides training on research methodology, including qualitative data, meta analysis, survey design, scale reliability and validity evaluation, computer-assisted survey techniques, clustering and mapping methodology, sensitivity and specificity, and large dataset tools.
 

MCW STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Katie Mosack, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2004 - 2006 Co-Mentor for NRSA Postdoctoral Training Programs in HIV Prevention Research, Center for AIDS Intervention Research
Barbara Hartmann Reed, Ph.D, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2004 - 2005 Research Mentor for Junior Faculty in HIV Research, Center for AIDS Intervention Research
 
Graduate Students
MS Committees
Muller, Astrid D, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1994 - 1995 Evaluation of efficacy of endoscopy in reducing mortality and morbidity of colorectal cancer using the veterans Administration Patient Treatment File.
Brown, Geraldine A., Medical College of Wisconsin, 1995 - 1996 Effects of prognostic factors on cataract in family data from the Beaver Dam Eye Study
Chelius, Thomas H., Medical College of Wisconsin, 1996 - 1997 Analysis of variance with structural zeroes
Gudmundson, Jr., Jeffrey L, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1996 - 1997 A SAS macro for the Gamma Frailty Model
Wu, Jing-Tao, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2000 - 2001 Statistical methods for discretizing a continuous covariate in censored data regression model.
Ellis, Mary K MD., Medical College of Wisconsin, 2002 - 2003 Efficacy of anxiolytic medication use for patients with end stage lung disease
Hayat, Matthew, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2002 - 2003 Bayesian methods for longitudinal data
Petroll, Andrew E., MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2007 - 2008 The need for and plausibility of HIV testing in community-based venues among African-American men
PhD Committees
Corby-Edwards, Amalia, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2007 - 2008 Determinants of bed net use in two districs in Kenya
 
Faculty
Co-Instructor, 2 of 10 sessions, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1998 1998 Biostatistics Short Course for Faculty, Fellows, and Residents. Offered by Division of Biostatistics, Health Policy Institute
Instructor, Three-part series on Statistics in Clinical Trials, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1999 - 2000 Statistics seminar series for Faculty and Fellows in the Division of Hematology /Oncology, Department of Medicine
 


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Shoemaker W, Hopkins J, Chang P, McAuliffe T, Greenfield S, Shabot M and State D. Use of Algorithms in Emergencies. Emergency Medical Services Research Methodology Workshop II, US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, pp. 59-69, 1979.
2. Hopkins J, Shoemaker W, Chang P, McAuliffe T, Greenfield S, and Umof P. Comparison of the Treatment of Surgical Emergencies With and Without an Algorithm. Archives of Surgery 115: 745-740, 1980.
3. Haile R, Hodge S, Visscher B, Spence M, Detels S, McAuliffe T, Park M, and Dudley J. Genetic Susceptibility to Multiple Sclerosis: A Linkage Analysis with Age of Onset Correlations. Clinical Genetics 18:160-167, 1980.
4. Horbar JD, Pasnick M, McAuliffe TL, Lucey JF. Obstetrical Factors and the Risk of Periventricular Hemorrhage in Premature Infants. American Journal of the Diseases of Children 137:678-681, 1983.
5. McAuliffe TL and Afifi AA. Comparison of Approaches to the Detection of Space-Time Clustering. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 2:125-142, 1984.
6. Beeken W, Gundel RM, St. Andre-Ukena S, and McAuliffe T. In Vitro Cellular Cytotoxicity for a Human Colon Cancer Cell Line by Mucosal Mononuclear Cells of Patients with Colon Cancer and Other Disorders. Cancer 55:1024-1029, 1985.
7. Young PC, Wasserman RC, McAuliffe TL, Long J, Hagan JF, Heath B. Why Families Change Pediatricians. Factors Causing Dissatisfaction with Pediatric Care. American Journal of Diseases of Children 139:683-686, 1985.
8. Harper PC, McAuliffe TL, and Beeken WL. Crohn's Disease in the Elderly: A Statistical Comparison with Younger Patients Matched for Sex and Duration of Disease. Archives of Internal Medicine 146:753-755, 1986.
9. Horbar JD, Soll RF, McAuliffe TL, Clark T, Lucey JF. An Analysis of Episodic Abnormalities in Transcutaneous Oxygen (TcPO2) levels of Very Low Birth weight Infants. Journal of Perinatology 7: 2-7, 1987.
10. Worden JK, Flynn BS, Brisson SF, Secker-Walker RH, McAuliffe TL, Jones RP. An Adult Communication Skills Program to Prevent Adolescent Smoking. J. Drug Education 17:1-9, 1987.
11. Krawitt EL, Kilby AE, Albertini RJ, Schanfield MS, Chastenay BF, Harper PC, Mickey RM, and McAuliffe TL: Immunogenetic Studies of Autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis: HLA, Immunoglobulin Allotypes and Auto-antibodies. Hepatology 7(6): 1305-1310, 1987.
12. Krawitt EL, Kilby AE, Albertini RJ, Schanfield MS, Chastenay BF, Harper PC, Mickey RM, and McAuliffe TL. An Immunogenetic Study of Suppressor Cell Activity in autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis. Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology 46: 249-257, 1988.
13. Gudjonsson H, Schanfield MS, Albertini RJ, McAuliffe TL, Beeken WL, and Krawitt EL. Association and Linkage Studies of Immunoglobulin Heavy Chain Allotypes in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Tissue Antigens 31: 243-249, 1988.
14. Horbar JD, McAuliffe TL, Adler SM, Albersheim S, Cassady G, Edwards W, Jones R, Kattwinkel J, Kraybill EN, Krishnan V, Raschko P, and Wilkinson A. Variability in 28 Day Outcomes for Very Low Birthweight Infants. An Analysis of 11 Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Pediatrics 82: 554-559, 1988.
15. Horbar JD, Soll RF, Sutherland J, Kotagal U, Philip AGS, Kessler DL, Little G, Edwards W, Viddyasagar D, Raju TNK, Jobe AH, Ikegami M, Mullett MD, Myerberg DZ, McAuliffe TL, Lucey JF. A Multicenter Randomized Controlled Trial of Single Dose Surfactant for the Treatment of Respiratory Distress Syndrome. New England of Medicine 320:959-965, 1989.
16. Copeland KC, Colletti RB, Devlin JT, and McAuliffe TL: The Relationship between Insulin-Like Growth Factor-I, Adiposity and Aging. Metabolism 39:584-587, 1990.
17. Seaward BL, Sleamaker RH, McAuliffe TL, Clapp JF, III. The Precision and Accuracy of a Portable Heart Rate Monitor. Biomedical Instrumentation and Technology 24:37-41, 1990.
18. Poehlman ET, McAuliffe T, Danforth E, Jr. Effects of age and level of physical activity on plasma norepinephrine kinetics. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism 258:E256-E262, 1990.
19. Soll RF, Hoekstra RE, Fangman JJ, Corbet AJ, Adams J, James LS, Schulze K, Oh W, Roberts, Jr JD, Dorst J, Gold AJ, Zola EM, Horbar JD, McAuliffe TL, Lucey JF, and Ross Collaborative Surfactant Prevention Study Group: Multicenter Trial of Single Dose Survanta for Prevention of Respiratory Distress Syndrome. Pediatrics 85:1092-1102, 1990.
20. Poehlman ET, McAuliffe TL, Van Houten DR, Danforth, Jr E. Influence of age and endurance training on metabolic rate and hormones in healthy men. American Journal of Physiology: Endocrinology and Metabolism 259:E66-E72, 1990.
21. Nakajima ST, McAuliffe T, Gibson M. The 24-hour pattern of the levels of serum progesterone and immunoreactive human chorionic gonadotropin in normal early pregnancy. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 71:345-353, 1990.
22. Bednar MM, McAuliffe TL, Raymond S, and Gross CE. Tissue plasminogen activator reduces brain injury in a rabbit model of thromboembolic stroke. Stroke 21:1705-1709, 1990.
23. Gibson M, Nakajima ST, and McAuliffe TL. Short-term modulation of gonadotropin secretion by progesterone during the luteal phase. Fertility and Sterility 55:522-528, 1991.
24. Bednar MM, Raymond S, McAuliffe TL, Lodge PA, and Gross CE. The role of neutrophils and platelets in a rabbit model of thromboembolic stroke. Stroke, 22:44-50 1991.
25. Colletti RB, Copeland KC, Devlin JT, Roberts JD, McAuliffe TL. Effect of obesity on plasma insulin-like growth factor-I in cancer patients. International Journal of Obesity, 15:523-527, 1991.
26. Wilson JT, Bednar MM, McAuliffe TL, Raymond S, Gross CE. The effect of the 21-aminosteroid U74006F in a rabbit model of thromboembolic stroke. Neurosurgery, 31:929-934, 1992.
27. Kohut JJ, Bednar MM, Kimelberg HK, McAuliffe TL, Gross CE. Reduction in Ischemic brain injury in rabbits by the anion transport inhibitor L-644,711. Stroke, 23:93-97, 1992.
28. Catalano PM, Tyzbir ED, Allen SR, McBean JH, and McAuliffe TL. Evaluation of fetal growth by estimation of neonatal body composition. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 79:46-50, 1992.
29. Colletti RB, Neufeld EJ, Roff NK, McAuliffe TL, Baker AL, Newburger JW. Niacin treatment of hypercholesterolemia in children. Pediatrics 92:78-82, 1993.
30. Bovill EG, Soll RF, Lynch M, Bhushan F, Landesman M, Freije M, Church W, McAuliffe T, Davidson K, and Sadowski J. Vitamin K1 Metabolism and the production of des-carboxy prothrombin and protein C in the term and premature neonate. Blood, 81:77-83, 1993.
31. Whelan HT, Schmidt MH, Segura AD, Strother D, Murray KJ, Moulder JE, Bajic D, Meyer G, Thomas JP, McAuliffe TL: The role of photodynamic therapy in posterior fossa brain tumors: A pre-clinical study in a canine glioma model. Journal of Neurosurgery, 79:562-568, 1993.
32. Schapira RM, Schapira MM, Funahashi A, McAuliffe TL, Varkey B. The value of the forced expiratory time in the physical diagnosis of obstructive airway disease. JAMA. 270:731-736, 1993.
33. Witt PL, Ritch RS, Reding D, McAuliffe TL, Westrick L, Grossberg S, and Borden EC. Phase I trial of an oral immunomodulator and interferon inducer in cancer patients. Cancer Research, 53:5176-5180, 1993.
34. Whelan HT, Williams MB, Bajic DM, Segura AD, McAuliffe TL, and Chitambar CR. Prevention of gallium toxicity by hyperhydration in treatment of medulloblastoma. Pediatric Neurology, 10:217-220, 1994.
35. Flomenberg P, Rabbitt J, Drobyski WR, Ash RC, Carrigan DR, Sedmak GV, McAuliffe T, Camitta B, Horowitz MM, Bunim N, and Casper JT. Increasing incidence of adenovirus disease in bone marrow transplant recipients. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 169:775-781, 1994.
36. Whelan HT, Williams MB, Bajic DM, Flores RE, Schmidt MH, McAuliffe TL, and Chitambar CR. Gallium nitrate delays the progression of microscopic disease in a human medulloblastoma murine model. Pediatric Neurology, 11:44-46, 1994.
37. Redlich PN, McAuliffe TL, Robinson LA, and Reith KL. Trends in the stage of cancer at the time of diagnosis. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 5:207-212, 1994.
38. Drobyski WR, Ash RC, Casper JT, McAuliffe T, Horowitz MM, Lawton C, Keever C, Baxter-Lowe LA, Camitta B, Garbrecht F, Pietryga D, Hansen R, Chitambar CR, Anderson T, and Flomenberg N. Effect of T-cell depletion as graft-versus-host disease prophylaxis on engraftment, relapse, and disease-free survival in unrelated marrow transplantation for chronic myelogenous leukemia. Blood, 83:1980-1987, 1994.
39. Drobyski WR, Keever CA, Hanson GA, McAuliffe T, Griffith OW. Inhibition of nitric oxide production is associated with enhanced weight loss, decreased survival and impaired alloengraftment in mice undergoing graft-verse-host disease after bone marrow transplant. Blood, 84:2363-2373, 1994.
40. Schultz CJ, Campbell BH, Freije JE, Brook BJ, McAuliffe TL. Risk factors that predict persistent cancer in the abnormal larynx following definitive irradiation. Oral Oncology European Journal of Cancer, 31B: 310-314, 1995.
41. Schapira MM, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB: Treatment of localized prostate cancer in African-American compared to white men: Less use of aggressive therapy for comparable disease. Medical Care, 33:1079-1088, 1995.
42. Yetkin FZ, Hammeke TA, Swanson SJ, Morris GL, Mueller WM, McAuliffe TL, Haughton VM. A comparison of functional MR activation patterns during silent and audible language tasks. American Journal of Neuroradiology 16: 1087-92, 1995.
43. Garland JS, Buck RK, Maloney P, Durkin DM, Toth-Lloyd S, Duffy M, Szocik P, McAuliffe TL, Goldmann D. Comparison of 10% povidone-iodine and 0.5% chlorhexidine gluconate for the prevention of peripheral intravenous catheter colonization in neonates: A prospective trial. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 14: 510-6, 1995.
44. Redlich PN, Baker EJ, McAuliffe TL, Quebbeman EJ: Surgical management of colorectal metastases to the liver: Role of resection and cryosurgery. Wisconsin Medical Journal 95: 859-863, 1996.
45. Byhardt RW, Vaickus L, Witt PL, Chang AY, McAuliffe TL, Wilson JF, Lawton CA, Breitmeyer J, Alger ME, and Borden EC. Recombinant human Interferon- (rHuIFN-) and radiation therapy for inoperable non-small cell lung cancer. Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research 16: 891-902, 1996.
46. Witt PL, Zahir S, Ritch PS, McAuliffe TL, Ewel CH, Borden EC. Phase I/IB study of Polyadenylic-Polyuridylic acid in patients with advanced malignancies: Clinical and biologic effects. Journal of Interferon and Cytokine Research 16: 632-635, 1996.
47. Conley SF, Kodali S, Beecher RB, Lacey T, McAuliffe TL. Changes in deglutition following tonsillectomy in neurological impaired children. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 36: 13-21, 1996.
48. Yetkin Z, McAuliffe TL, Haughton V: Test-retest precision of functional MR of sensory and motor task activity. American Journal Neuroradiology 17: 95-98, 1996.
49. Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Kalichman SC, Mulry G, Sikkema KJ, McAuliffe TL, Multhauf K, and Davantes B. An empirical investigation of the relationship between spirituality, coping, and emotional distress in people living with HIV infection and AIDS. Journal of Pastoral Care 50, 181-191, 1996.
50. Nattinger AB, McAuliffe TL, Schapira MM. Generalizability of the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Registry Population: Factors relevant to epidemiologic and health care research. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 50: 939-945, 1997.
51. Campbell BH, Rubach BW, McAuliffe TL, Freije JE. Tracheal advancement flap for postlaryngectomy stomal stenosis. Head and Neck 19:211-215, 1997.
52. DeLa Fuente EK, Dawsin CA, Nelin LD, Bongard RD, McAuliffe TL, Merker MP. Biotinylation of membrane proteins accessible via the pulmonary circulation in normal and hyperoxic rats. American Journal of Physiology 272: L461-470, 1997.
53. Yetkin FZ, Mueller WM , Morris GL, McAuliffe TL, Ulmer JL, Cox RW, Daniels DL, Haughton VM. Functional MR activation correlated with intraoperative cortical mapping. American Journal of Neuroradiology 18: 1311-1315, 1997.
54. Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, Sikkema KJ, Murphy DA, Somlai AM, Mulry G, Miller JG, Stevenson LY, Fernandez MI. Reduction in risk behavior among adults with severe mental illness who learned to advocate for HIV prevention. Psychiatric Services 48: 1283-1288, 1997.
55. Kelly JA, Murphy D, Sikkema KJ, McAuliffe TL, Roffman RA, Solomon LJ, Winett RA, Kalichman SC. Randomized, controlled, community-level HIV-prevention intervention for sexual-risk behaviour among homosexual men in US cities. Community HIV Prevention Research Collaborative. Lancet 350: 1500-1505, 1997.
56. Ulmer JL, Biswal BB, Yetkin FZ, Mark LP, Matthews VP, Prost RW, Estkowski, LD, McAuliffe TL, Haughton VM, Daniels DL. Cortical activation response to acoustic echo planar scanner noise. Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography 22: 111-119, 1998.
57. DiFranceisco W, McAuliffe TL, Sikkema KJ. Influences of survey instrument format and social desirability on the reliability of self-reported high-risk sexual behavior. AIDS and Behavior 2, 329-337, 1998.
58. Somlai T, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, Gudmundson JL, Murphy DA, Sikkema KJ, Hackl LK. Role-play assessments of sexual assertiveness skills: Relationships with HIV/AIDS risk behavior. AIDS and Behavior 2, 319-327, 1998.
59. McAuliffe TL, Kelly JA, Sikkema KJ, Murphy DA, Winet RA, Solomon LJ, Roffman RA. Sexual HIV Risk Levels Among Young and Older Gay Men Outside of AIDS Epicenters: Findings of a 16-City Sample. AIDS and Behavior 3, 111-119, 1999.
60. DiFranceisco W, Kelly JA, Otto-Salaj, L, McAuliffe TL, Somlai AM, Hackl K, Heckman TG, Holtgrave DR, and Rompa DJ. Factors Influencing Attitudes Within AIDS Service Organizations Toward the Use of Research-Based HIV Prevention Interventions. AIDS Education and Prevention 11, 72-86, 1999.
61. Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Otto-Salaj L, McAuliffe TL, Hack, K, DiFranceisco W, Amick B, Heckman TG, Holtgrave DR, and Rompa DJ. An Analysis of Current HIV Prevention Activities Undertaken for Women and Gay Men and Perceived New Program Needs Among AIDS Service Organizations in 77 American Cities. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 5, 23-33, 1999.
62. Schapira MM, Meade CD, McAuliffe TL, Lawrence WF, Nattinger AB. Information sources and professional consultations sought by men newly diagnosed as having prostate cancer. Journal of Cancer Education, 14, 243-247, 1999.
63. Garland JS, Alex CP, Pauly TH, Whitehead VL, Brand J, Winston JF, Samuels DP, and McAuliffe TL. A three-day course of dexamethasone therapy to prevent chronic lung disease in ventilated neonates: A randomized trial. Pediatrics 104, 91-99, 1999.
64. Sikkema KJ, Kelly JA, Winett RA, Solomon LJ, Cargill VA, Roffman RA, McAuliffe TL, Heckman TG, Anderson EA, Wagstaff DA, Norman AD, Perry MJ, Crumble DA, and Mercer MB. Outcomes of A Randomized Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Women Living in 18 Low-Income Housing Developments. American Journal of Public Health 90, 57-63, 2000.
65. Schapira MM, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB. Underutilization of Mammography in Older Breast Cancer Survivors. Medical Care, 38, 281-289, 2000.
66. Catz SL, Kelly JA, Bogart LM, Benotsch EG, and McAuliffe TL. Patterns, Predictors, and Barriers to Medication Adherence Among Persons Prescribed New Treatments for HIV Disease. Health Psychology 19, 124-133, 2000.
67. Kelly JA, Somlai AM, DiFranceisco W, Otto-Salaj L, McAuliffe TL, Hackl K, Heckman TG, Holtgrave DR, and Rompa DJ. Bridging the Gap Between the Science and Service of HIV Prevention: Transferring Effective Research-base HIV Prevention Interventions to Community AIDS Service Providers. American Journal of Public Health 90, 1082-1088, 2000.
68. Goodman LR, Lipchik RJ, Kuzo RS, Liu Y, McAuliffe TL, and O'Brien DJ. Subsequent pulmonary embolism: risk after a negative helical CT pulmonary angiogram--prospective comparison with scintigraphy. Radiology 215, 535-542, 2000.
69. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, Kukharsky AA, Borodkina OI, Granskaya JY, Dyatlow RV, McAuliffe TL, and Kozlov AP. Predictors of HIV risk behavior among Russian men who have sex with men: An emerging epidemic. AIDS 15, 407-412, 2001.
70. Somlai AM and McAuliffe TL. Preliminary Findings: Drug-Related Risk Among Injection Drug Users in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Update, Winter, 37-40, 2001.
71. Kelly JA, Amirkhanian YA, McAuliffe TL, Dyatlow RV, Granskaya JY, Borodkina OI, Kukharsky AA, and Kozlov AP. HIV Risk Behavior and Risk-Related Characteristics of Young Russian Men Who Exchange Sex for Money or Valuables from Other men. AIDS Education and Prevention 13, 175-188, 2001.
72. Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Kozlov AP, Ostrovski D, Benotsch E, Gore-Felton C, Safonova P, & McAuliffe TL. HIV sexual risk and drug using behaviors among male and female injection drug users (IDUs) in St. Petersburg, Russia. Russian Journal of HIV/AIDS & Related Problems 5, 142-142, 2001.
73. Schum TR, McAuliffe TL, Simms MD, Walter JA, Lewis M, and Pupp R. Factors associated with toilet training in the 1990's. Ambulatory Pediatrics 2, 79-86, 2001.
74. Garland JS, Alex CP, Mueller CD, Otten D, Shivpuri C, Harris MC, Naples M, Pellegrini J, Buck RK, McAuliffe TL, Goldmann DA, and Maki DG. A randomized trial comparing povidone-iodine to a chlorhexidine gluconate-impregnated dressing for prevention of central venous catheter infections in neonates. Pediatrics 107, 1431-1436, 2001.
75. Schapira MM, Lawrence WF, Katz DA, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB. Effect of treatment on quality of life among men with clinically localized prostate cancer. Medical Care 39, 243-253, 2001.
76. Csepe P, Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, and Mocsonoki L. HIV risk behavior among gay and bisexual men in Budapest, Hungary. International Journal of STD and AIDS 13, 192-200, 2002.
77. Kabakchieva E, Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, and Vassileva S. Levels of sexual HIV/STD risk behavior among Roma (Gypsy) men in Bulgaria: Patterns and predictors of risk in a representative community sample. International Journal of STD and AIDS 13, 184-191, 2002.
78. McAuliffe TL, and DiFranceisco W. The impact of question structure on the accuracy of retrospective reports of sexual risk behavior: Comparison with personal diaries. (Submitted, in revision).
79. Schum TR, Kolb TM, McAuliffe TL, Simms MD, Underhill RL, and Lewis M. Sequential acquisition of toilet-training skills: a descriptive study of gender and age differences in normal children. Pediatrics 109, e48, 2002.
80. Csepe P, Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, and Mocsonoki L. HIV/AIDS-kockazatos viselkedes budapesti homovagy biszexualis ferfiaknal. Hungarian AIDS Journal 9, 406-416, 2002.
81. Somlai AM, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, Ksobiech K, and Hackl K. Predictors of HIV sexual risk behaviors in a community sample of injection drug-using men and women. AIDS & Behavior 7, 383-393, 2003.
82. Nattinger AB, Schapira MM, and McAuliffe TL. Use of radiographic tests and office visits among breast cancer survivors and cancer-free Medicare beneficiaries. (Revised, 2004).
83. Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Benotsch E, Gore-Felton C, Ostrovski D, McAuliffe T, and Kozlov AP. Characteristics and predictors of HIV risk behaviors among injection drug using men and women in St. Petersburg, Russia. AIDS Education and Prevention 14, 295-305, 2002.
84. Kelly JA, Amirkhanian YA, McAuliffe TL, Granskaya JV, Borodkina OI, Dyatlov RV, Kukharsky A, and Kozlov AP. HIV risk characteristics and prevention needs in a community sample of bisexual men in St. Petersburg, Russia. AIDS Care 14, 63-76, 2002.
85. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, Kabakchieva E, McAuliffe TL, and Vassileva S. Evaluation of a social network HIV prevention intervention program for young men who have sex with men in Russia and Bulgaria. AIDS Education and Prevention 15, 205-220, 2003.
86. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, and McAuliffe TL. Psychosocial needs, mental health, and HIV transmission risk behavior among people living with HIV/AIDS in St. Petersburg, Russia. AIDS 17, 2367-2374, 2003.
87. MacGowan RJ, Margolis AD, Gaiter J, Morrow K, Zack B, Askew J, McAuliffe T, Sosman JM, Eldridge G, and The Project START Study Group. Predictors of risky sex of young men after release from prison. International Journal of STDs and AIDS 14, 519-523, 2003.
88. Seal DW, Belcher L, Morrow K, Eldridge G, Binson D, Kacanek D, Margolis AD, McAuliffe T, Simms R, and the Project START Study Group. A qualitative study of substance use and sexual behavior among 18- to 29- year old men while incarcerated in the United States. Health Education and Behavior 31, 775-789, 2004.
89. Seal DW, Margolis AD, Sosman J, Kacanek D, Binson D, and the Project Start Study Group (includes McAuliffe, TL). HIV and STD Risk Behavior Among 18- to 25-Year-Old Men Released from U.S. Prisons: Provider Perspectives. AIDS & Behavior 7, 131-141, 2003.
90. Davids SL, Schapira MM, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB. Predictors of Pessimistic Breast Cancer Risk Perceptions in a Primary Care Population. Journal of General Internal Medicine 19, 310-315, 2004.
91. Schapira MM, Gilligan MA, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB. Personal values and hormone replacement therapy use: Insights from a multi-attribute decision model. Patient Education and Counseling 52, 89-95, 2004.
92. Schapira MM, Davids SL, McAuliffe TL, Nattinger AB. Agreement between scales in the measurement of breast cancer risk perceptions. Risk Analysis 24, 665-673, 2004.
93. Ksobiech K, Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Benotsch E, Gore-Felton C, McAuliffe TL, Hackl K, Ostrovski D, Kozlov AP. Characteristics and HIV risk behaviors among injection drug users in St. Petersburg, Russia: A comparison of needle exchange program attendees and non-attendees. Journal of Drug Issues 34:787-804, 2004
94. Kelly JA, Somlai AM, Benotsch EG, McAuliffe TL, Amirkhanian YA, Brown KD, Stevenson LY, Fernandez MI, Sitzler C, Gore-Felton C, Pinkerton SD, Weinhardt LS, Opgenorth KM. Distance communication transfer of HIV prevention interventions to service providers. Science 305, 1953-1955, 2004.
95. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, and McAuliffe TL. Identifying, recruiting, and assessing social networks at high risk for HIV/AIDS: Methodology, practice, and a case study in St. Petersburg, Russia. AIDS Care 17:58-75, 2005.
96. Ksobiech K, Somlai AM, Kelly JA, Benotsch E, Gore-Felton C, McAuliffe TL, Hackl K, Ostrovski D, and Kozlov AP. Demographic characteristics, treatment history, drug risk behaviors, and Condom use attitudes for U.S. and Russian injection drug users: The need for targeted sexual risk behavior interventions. AIDS and Behavior 9, 111-120, 2005.
97. Garland JS, Alex CP, Henrickson KJ, McAuliffe TL, and Maki DG. A Vancomycin-Heparin lock solution for prevention of nosocomial bacteremia in critically ill neonates with peripherally inserted central venous catheters: A prospective randomized trial. Pediatrics 116, e198-e205, 2005.
98. Kelly JA, Somlai AM, Benotsch EG, Amirkhanian YA, Fernandez MI, Stevenson LY, Sitzler C, McAuliffe TL, Brown KD, Opgenorth KM. Programs, resources, and needs of HIV prevention nongovernment organizations (NGOs) in Africa, Central/Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean. AIDS Care 18, 12-21, 2006.
99. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, Kabakchieva E, Kirsanova AV, Vassileva S, Takacs J, DiFranceisco W, McAuliffe TL, Khoursine RA, and Mocsonaki L. A randomized social network HIV prevention trial with young men who have sex with men in Russia and Bulgaria. AIDS 19, 1897-905, 2005.
100. Wolitski RJ, and the Project START Writing Group for The Project START Study Group (includes McAuliffe T). Relative Efficacy of a Multisession Sexual Risk-Reduction Intervention for Young Men Released from Prisons in 4 States. American Journal of Public Health 96, 1854-1861, 2006.
101. Roberts L, McAuliffe T. Investigators' affirmation of ethical, safeguard, and scientific commitments in human research. Ethics & Behavior 16, 135-150, 2006.
102. Schapira MM, Nattinger AB, McAuliffe TL. The Influence of graphic format on breast cancer risk communication. Journal of Health Communication 11, 569-582, 2006.
103. Kabakchieva E, Vassileva S, Kelly JA, Amirkhanian YA, DiFranceisco WJ, McAuliffe TL, Antonova R, Mihaylova M, Vassilev B, Khoursine R, Petrova E. HIV risk behavior patterns, predictors, and sexually transmitted disease prevalence in the social networks of young Roma (Gypsy) men in Sofia, Bulgaria. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 33,485-490, 2006.
104. Margolis AD, MacGowan RJ, Grinstead O, Sosman J, Kashif I, Flanigan TP, and the Project START Study Group (includes McAuliffe TL). Unprotected sex with multiple partners: Implications for HIV prevention among young men with a history of incarceration. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 33, 175-180, 2006.
105. Kelly JA, Amirkhanian YA, Kabakchieva E, Vassileva S, McAuliffe TL, DiFranceisco W, Antonova R, Petrova E, Vasssilev B, Khoursine RA, Dimitrov B. Outcomes of a randomized controlled HIV/STD prevention trial with high-risk social networks of young Roma (gypsy) men in Sofia, Bulgaria. British Medical Journal 333 (25 November), 1098-1101, 2006; doi:10.1136/bmj.38992.478299.55 (online 13 October 2006).
106. McAuliffe TL, DiFranceisco W, and Reed, BR. Effects of question format and collection mode on the accuracy of retrospective surveys of health behavior: A comparison with daily sexual activity diaries. Health Psychology 26, 60-67, 2007.
107. Randolph ME, Pinkerton SD, Somlai AM, Kelly JA, McAuliffe TL, Gibson RH, Hackl K. Severely mentally ill women's HIV risk: The influence of social support, substance use, and contextual risk factors. Community Mental Health Journal 43, 33-47, 2007.
108. Seal DW, Margolis AD, Morrow KM, Belcher L, Sosman J, Askew J and Project START Study Group (includes McAuliffe T). Substance use and Sexual Behavior during Incarceration among 18- to 29-Year Old Men: Prevalence and Correlates. Online: AIDS Behavior doi:10.1007/s10461-007-9217-8 (online 2007).
109. Schapira MM, Gilligan MA, McAuliffe T, Garmon G, Carnes M, Nattinger AB. Decision-making at menopause: a randomized controlled trial of a computer-based hormone therapy decision-aid. Patient Education & Counseling 67, 100-107, 2007.
110. Kelly JA, Spielberg F, and McAuliffe TL. Defining, Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Phase IV HIV Prevention Effectiveness Trials for Vulnerable Populations. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 47, Supplement 1, S28-S33, 2008.
111. Mosack KE, Weinhardt LS, Kelly JA, Gore-Felton C, McAuliffe TL, Johnson MO, et al. Influence of Coping, Social Support, and Depression on Subjective Health Status among HIV-positive Adults with Different Sexual Identities. Behavioral Medicine 34, 133-144, 2009.
112. Petroll AE, DiFranceisco W, McAuliffe TL, Seal DW, Kelly JA, and Pinkerton SD. HIV testing rates, testing locations, and healthcare utilization among urban African-American men. Journal of Urban Health 86, 119-131, 2008.
113. Amirkhanian YA, Kelly JA, Takacs J, Kirsanova AV, DiFranceisco W, Mocsonaki L, McAuliffe TL, Khoursine RA, Toth TP. HIV/STD prevalence, risk behavior, and substance use patterns and predictors in Russian and Hungarian sociocentric social networks of men who have sex with men. AIDS Education and Prevention 21, 266-279, 2009.
114. Pinkerton SD, Galletly CL, McAuliffe TL, DiFranceisco W, Raymond HF, Chesson HW. Aggregate versus individual-level sexual behavior assessment: How much detail is needed to accurately estimate HIV/STI risk? Eval Rev 34(1):19-34, 2010.
115. McAuliffe TL, DiFranceisco W, Reed BR. Low numeracy predicts reduced accuracy of retrospective reports of frequency of sexual behavior. AIDS and Behavior 14:1320-1329, 2010; DOI 10.1007/s10461-010-9761-5.
116. Amirkhanian YA, Kirsanova AV, Kelly JA, DiFranceisco W, Musatov VB, Avsukevich NA, Chaika NA, McAuliffe TL. Male labor migrants in Russia: HIV risk behavior levels, contextual factors and prevention needs. J Immigrant Minority Health (in press).
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. Schapira RM, Schapira MM, Funahashi A, McAuliffe TL, Varkey B. The diagnostic value of the forced expiratory time. JAMA 271:26, 1994.
 
Non-Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. McAuliffe TL. A nearest neighbor approach to the detection of space-time clustering. Proceedings of the Statistical Computing Section of the American Statistical Association, 92-95, 198l.
2. McAuliffe TL, Ashikaga T, Young MR, Worden JK, Flynn BS. Evaluation of a media campaign by space-time clustering. Proceeding of Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, 544-547, 1982.
3. McAuliffe TL, Ashikaga T and Sandra T. Linking of large-scale longitudinal data sets without personal identifiers. Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, 551-554, 1983.
4. McAuliffe, TL. Errors in CLINFO II handling of logical expressions with missing values. AGSM Newsletter, Fall 1988.
 
Abstracts
1. Secker-Walker R, Flynn B, Worden JK, Lloyd C, Jones R, Holmes D, Lewis S, Brisson S, Ashikaga T, MacPherson B, McAuliffe T, Vacek P, Nelson E, Barlow P, Howland J. Prevention of Lung Disease: The Beginnings of a Comprehensive Program. American Review of Respiratory. Diseases. l27: l38, April l983.
2. Worden JK, Brisson S, Flynn B, McAuliffe T, Secker-Walker R, Costanza A and Ashikaga T. Preventing Cigarette Smoking in Youths through Adult Communication Skills Training. American Review of Respiratory Diseases l27 (4): l38, April l983.
3. Worden JK, Flynn BS, McAuliffe T, Secker-Walker RH and Costanza A. Preventing Cigarette Smoking through Television Messages. American Review of Respiratory Diseases l27 (4): l38, April l983.
4. Secker-Walker R, Flynn B, Ashikaga T, Costanza A, McAuliffe T, and Merz B. A Statewide Survey of Smoking and Respiratory Health in Vermont. American Review of Respiratory Diseases l27 (4): l38, April l983.
5. Krawitt EL, Kilby AE, Albertini RJ, Schanfield MS, Chastenay BF, Harper PC, Mickey RM, McAuliffe TL. Immunogenetic Studies of Autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis: HLA, Immunoglobulin Allotypes and Autoantibodies. Gastroenterology, 90:1739, 1986.
6. Krawitt EL, Kilby AE, Albertini AJ, Schanfield MS, Chastenay BF, Harper PC, Mickey RM and McAuliffe TL. An Immunogenetic Study of Suppressor Cell Activity in Autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis. Hepatology, 1986.
7. Gudjosson H, Schanfield MS, Albertini RJ, McAuliffe TL, Beeken W and Krawitt EL. Immunoglobulin heavy chain allotypes in familial inflammatory bowel disease. Gastroenterology 92:1417, 1987.
 
Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. McAuliffe, TL. Statistics Course Manual for MPH Program. Masters of Public Health Program, Department of Preventive Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1999.
 

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