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Bradley Philip Stoner

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Division of Infectious Diseases
Washington University School of Medicine
Tel. 314-935-5673
FAX 314-935-8535
e-mail: [email protected]
Present Position:
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Director, Medicine and Society Program Director, Undergraduate Minor in Public Health Faculty of Arts and Sciences Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri Associate Professor of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases Department of Internal Medicine Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri Scholar, Institute for Public Health Washington University in St. Louis St. Louis, Missouri Education:
1981 A.B. Biological Anthropology (magna cum laude)
Harvard

Postgraduate Training:

1988-89
Sr. Research Fellow in Infectious Diseases
Field Research:
1980
Osteometric research -- Neanderthal skeletal remains: London, England and Paris, France. Sponsored by Harvard University Anthropology Medical anthropological research -- health care delivery in a high-altitude Quechua village: Nunoa (Puno), Peru. Sponsored by Indiana Medical anthropological research -- health care delivery and health resource utilization in highland Peru. Sponsored by Fulbright, Study of care-seeking patterns for gonorrhea. Sponsored by Centers for Ethnographic study of sexually transmitted diseases in urban St. Louis MO. Sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Missouri Department of Health. Use of self-collected vaginal swabs to facilitate retesting for chlamydial infection. Sponsored by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) / American Association of Medical Colleges Psychosocial burden of a positive test for Chlamydia. Sponsored by
Academic Positions/Employment:
1991-94
Senior Research Fellow in Infectious Diseases and Acting Instructor, Division of Infectious Diseases Associate Professor of Anthropology and Medicine Visiting Medical Officer (sabbatical appointment) Department of HIV and Reproductive Health
University and Hospital Appointments and Committees:

1991-1994
Senior Fellow, Infectious Diseases, University of Washington Research Associate, University of Washington Human Studies Committee (IRB), Washington University School of Chair, Medical Anthropology Search Committee, Washington Director, Medicine and Society Program, Washington University Tuition Subcommittee, Washington University School of Medicine Danforth Scholars Selection Committee, College of Arts and Committee on Responsible Conduct in Research for Postdoctoral Hilltop Human Studies Committee (IRB), Washington University Administrative Committee for the PhD in Social Work, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington Behavioral Minimal Risk Subcommittee, Human Research Director, Undergraduate Minor in Public Health, Faculty of Arts and Chair, Medical Anthropology Search Committee, Department of Washington University Faculty Senate Council (Arts and Sciences Fulbright Awards Review Committee, WashingtonUniversity Committee on Education of Undergraduates in Life Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Washington University Faculty Advisory Council, Institute for Public Health, Washington Gender and Health Program Committee, Faculty of Arts and
Medical Licensure and Board Certification:

State of Missouri
License No. MD 107369 (active)
State of North Carolina
License No. 39108 (inactive)
State of Washington
License No. 28341 (inactive)
DEA
No. BS2239641
Missouri BNDD
No. 6797501
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
No. 348915
Board Certified, Internal Medicine (certified 1991, recertified 2002)
American Board of Internal Medicine
No. 136215
Board Certified, Infectious Diseases (certified 1996, recertified 2006)
American Board of Internal Medicine
No. 136215

Honors and Awards:

1981
Northeastern Anthropological Association Student Paper Prize Magna Cum Laude with Highest Honors in Anthropology, W.H.R. Rivers Student Prize, Society for Medical Anthropology Executive Board, American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association Board of Directors, American Social Health Association (ASHA) Fellow, American College of Physicians (FACP) Fellow, Infectious Disease Society of America (FIDSA) Vice President, American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association ArtSci Council Faculty Award, Council for Undergraduate Students of Arts Chair, Board of Directors, American Social Health Association (ASHA) Scholar, Institute for Public Health, Washington University in St. Louis Editorial Board member, Sexually Transmitted Diseases journal
Scholarships/Fellowships:
1981-82
Graduate School Fellowship, Indiana University Medical Scientist Scholarship, Indiana University NIH Senior Research Fellowship, Division of Infectious Diseases,
Professional Societies and Organizations:

1982-present
American Association of Physical Anthropologists Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association
Major Invited Professorships and Lectureships:
1992 Health Care Delivery in the Andean Highlands. Anthropology Proseminar,
University of Washington, Seattle WA, February 24. 1993 Behavioral Components in the Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases including AIDS. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of 1994 Models of Health Behavior Change. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 19. 1995 Syphilis Patient and Provider Interaction-Interface. Syphilis in the South Conference, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1995 Syphilis in the 1990s: New Face on an Old Disease. Department of Dermatology Grand Rounds, Washington University School of Medicine, 1995 Transmission Dynamics of STD and HIV. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 18. 1995 Health Seeking at High Altitude: The Peruvian Context. Primate Ecology and Evolution Group, Washington University, St. Louis MO, November 30. 1996 Medical Anthropologist as Behavioral Scientist: Constraints of the Biomedical Paradigm. Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series, Washington 1996 The Changing Epidemiology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Implications for Clinical Care. Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO, May 9. 1996 Implications of Sexual Networks for Transmission and Partner Notification. Invited Symposium, Division of STD Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta GA, March 26. 1996 Health Care Consumer - Health Care Provider Interface: Facilitators and Impediments to STD Care. STD Program Inservice, Los Angeles County Department of Health, Los Angeles CA, April 19. 1996 Current Issues in STD Diagnosis and Treatment. Plenary Session, Kansas Family Planning Update, Wichita KS, June 6. 1996 Behavioral Contributions to STD / HIV Transmission Dynamics. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 24. 1996 Syphilis: New Face on an Old Disease. Bi-State Infectious Disease Conference, 1996 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the HIV Population. Clinical Management of HIV Disease Conference, Midwest AIDS Training and Education Center, 1996 STD/HIV Interactions: Opportunities for HIV Prevention Through STD Detection and Treatment. Illinois HIV/AIDS Clinical Care Conference, Springfield IL, 1997 Update on Viral STDs (Co-Host). National Satellite Videoconference, uplinked 1997 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in St. Louis: Current Research and Prevention Efforts. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO, May 14. 1997 New Concepts in Transmission Dynamics of STD and HIV. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle, 1997 Sexually Transmitted Diseases 1997: Update for Physicians (Coursemaster). Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO, September 11. 1998 Antimicrobially-Resistant Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Combatting Microbial Resistance and Emerging Infections. Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville IL (St. Louis MO), April 23. 1998 Chlamydia trachomatis: Epidemiology and Pathogenesis. Regional Satellite Videoconference, uplinked from St. Louis MO, May 21. 1998 Behavioral Aspects of STD/HIV Transmission Dynamics. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 16. 1999 Social and Sexual Networks and STD/HIV Transmission Dynamics. Principles of STD and HIV Research, University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 19. 1999 Current Treatment Recommendations for Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Missouri 1999 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in the New Millennium. St. Louis College of 1999 Infectious Diseases: The Never Ending Story. Washington University Mini Medical School, St. Louis MO, November 2. 2000 Technological Advances in STD Testing. Medical Grand Rounds, St. Lukes Medical Center, Chesterfield MO, March 7. 2000 Chlamydia – A Teen Epidemic. “Sex Matters” Workshop, University of Missouri 2000 Current Management of Genital Herpes and Human Papillomavirus Infections: Update for Practitioners (Coursemaster). Washington University School 2000 New Developments in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Creighton University – University of Nebraska Infectious 2000 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in St. Louis: Current Research and Prevention Efforts. Department of Medicine Grand Rounds, Washington University, 2001 Viral STDs: An Update. Nebraska State STD and Family Planning Conference, 2001 Sexually Transmitted Diseases: New Developments in Diagnosis and Treatment. Current Challenges in Infectious Diseases Conference, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis MO May 5. 2002 STDs in the HIV Population. St. Louis Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, St. 2002 Grand Rounds: Harm Reduction for STD/HIV Prevention. Department of Internal Medicine, Washington University School of Medicine, August 29. 2002 Invited lecture: STD Prevention and Control: Lessons from Social Science. Kansas Medical Education Foundation, Topeka KS, September 12. 2002 Invited lectures: Managing the Multiply-Diagnosed Client / Partner Notification Preferences for STDs. Illinois Department of Public Health HIV/STD 2003 Coursemaster: STD 2003: State of the Art in Diagnosis and Treatment. Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis MO, January 31. 2003 Invited lectures: STD Epidemiology Update / STD Treatment Guidelines / New Technologies for STD Testing. Issues Impacting Sexual Health 2003 Course Co-Chair: ID 2003: Clinical Management of Infectious Diseases for the Primary Provider. Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis 2004 Invited lecture: Current Management of Bacterial STDs: Opportunities and Challenges. Department of HIV, World Health Organization, Geneva, 2004 Invited lecture: Community-Level Disease Transmission and Control: The Case of STDs. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Course, Washington University School of Medicine, February 10. 2004 Assessing the Global Burden of Congenital Syphilis. Technical Consultation on Global Elimination of Congenital Syphilis, World Health Organization, 2005 Invited presentation: Syphilis – State of the Art, Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines Advisory Panel, Centers for Disease Control and 2005 Invited presentation: Global Elimination of Congenital Syphilis, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, July 3. 2006 Course Chair: Infectious Diseases Update for the Generalist Physician and Midlevel Clinician. Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis 2006 Invited lecture: Preventing Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Re-Infections: Medical and Social Strategies. 15th Annual HIV/STD Prevention Conference, Illinois Department of Public Health, Springfield, Illinois, October 31. 2007 Invited lecture: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: Current Concepts in Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention. Iowa Infertility Prevention Conference, Iowa 2007 Invited panel member: New Paradigms for STD Prevention: Microbicides, Treatments, Behavior, and Barriers. Symposium in Honor of King K. Holmes, MD, PhD. University of Washington, Seattle WA, July 28. 2008 Invited lecture: STD Management Guidelines and Social and Behavioral Aspects of STDs. 16th Annual Course on Recent Advances in HIV and STDs. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas TX, Research Support:

1985
Summer Fieldwork Grant (Skomp Fellowship), Department of Fulbright Grant for Graduate Study Abroad, Fulbright Commission and Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Grant-in-Aid, No. Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society Grant-in-Aid of Research Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, School-Based Hepatitis B Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, STD Accelerated Prevention Campaign (Co-Principal Investigator) $400,000 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (Project Medical Director ) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Gonococcal Community Action Project (Principal Investigator) $509,950 State of Missouri Department of Health, Bureau of STD/HIV Prevention, Syphilis and HIV Evaluation (Principal Investigator) $108,000 Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Gatifloxacin Clinical Trial for Uncomplicated Gonorrhea (Principal Investigator) Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Lobucavir Clinical Trial for Recurrent Genital Herpes (Principal Investigator) Glaxo-Wellcome Pharmaceutical Company, Clinical Trial of Topical Acyclovir Cream in STD Clinic Patients (Principal Investigator) Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Gemifloxacin Clinical Trial for Nongonococcal Urethritis (Principal Investigator) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / State of Missouri Department of Health / City of St. Louis Department of Health and Elimination (Principal Investigator) $152,000 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (Project Medical Director) - competitive National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) / Univ. of Washington, Young Adults, STDs, and Partnerships (Principal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / American Association of Medical Colleges, Self-Collected Vaginal Swab Testing for Chlamydia trachomatis (Principal Investigator) $369,000 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention / American Association of Medical Colleges, Psychosocial Impact of a Positive Test for Chlamydia (Principal Investigator) $149,115 Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Syphilis Elimination Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (Project Director) - competitive Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Syphilis Elimination
Teaching Title and Responsibilities:

Classroom Teaching
1981-83
Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology Associate Instructor, Medical Sciences Program Human Origins and Prehistory (fall 1983) Associate Instructor, Department of Anthropology Cross-Cultural Perspective (spring 1988) Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicine and Anthropology Medicine and Anthropology (spring ‘96, fall ‘97, fall ‘99) Anthropology and Public Health (spring ‘97, fall ’98, spring Infectious disease and medical humanities lectures for Pathophysiology of Infectious Diseases (STD) (’95, (’96, ’97, ’98, ’99, ’00, ‘01) Alternative and Complementary Medicine (’98) Associate Professor, Departments of Anthropology and Medicine Political Economy of Health (fall ’01, spring ’03, spring ’07, Anthropology and Medicine (spring ’02, fall ’03, spring ’06, Anthropology and Public Health (fall ’02, spring ’04, fall ’05 fall ’06, fall ’07, fall ’08, fall ‘09) fall ’03, fall ’05, fall ’06, fall Topic in Health and Community (fall ’03, fall ’05, fall ’07, fall Infectious disease and medical humanities lectures for Pathophysiology of Infectious Diseases (STD) (’02, Medicine (’02, ’03, ’06, ’07, ’08, ‘09) Medical Anthropololgy (’07, ’08, ’09) Clinical teaching of medical students and internal medicine residents, bedside Internal Medicine rounds, Barnes-Jewish Clinical teaching of medical students, residents, and infectious disease fellows, bedside Infectious Disease Consultation rounds, Barnes-Jewish Hospital (1-2 months / year) Weekly teaching of medical residents and infectious disease fellows, St. Louis County STD Clinic, St. Louis MO Continuing Education Teaching 1995-present Medical Director, St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center. On-going CME course series in STD management and

Directorships / Contracts:

1995 - present
Medical Director, St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, STD Laboratory Methods Course Syphilis Update Course STD Update Course Chief of STD Services, St. Louis County Department of Health, St. Director of STD Control Review, Department of Health and Hospitals, City of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO.
National Advisory and Review Panel Memberships:
1995
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Syphilis in the South Advisory Panel, Washington DC, January 17-18. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Faculty Expansion Program Review Panel, Atlanta GA, August 5. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Partner Advisory Panel, Atlanta GA, October 17-18. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Treatment Guidelines Advisory Panel (Presenter), Atlanta GA, February Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Community Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Herpes Control Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Research Review Advisory Panel, Atlanta GA, January 7-8. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), HIV, STD, TB Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Treatment National Science Foundation (NSF), Study Section Review Panel Awards, Washington DC. (Twice-yearly panel meetings) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Treatment Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2008 National STD Prevention Conference Program Advisory Committee, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STD Treatment
Editorial Activities:

Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Editorial Board member Annals of Internal Medicine – ad hoc reviewer Sexually Transmitted Infections – ad hoc reviewer Journal of Infectious Diseases – ad hoc reviewer Clinical Infectious Diseases – ad hoc reviewer American Journal of Public Health – ad hoc reviewer International Journal of STDs and AIDS - – ad hoc reviewer
Community Activities:
1995 – present
Medical adviser, St. Louis County Department of Health (STDs) Medical consultant, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis Region Board Member, Planned Parenthood of St. Louis Region Medical adviser, Flynn Park School, University City, Missouri Consultant, Missouri Family Health Council

Bibliography:
Abstracts
1.
Stoner BP, Trinkaus E: Getting a grip on the Neanderthals: were they all
thumbs? American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1991;54:281-282.
Stoner BP: Inclusive fitness among the Nuer and Swat Pathans: problems of
kin selection and ethnographic analysis. American Journal of Physical
Anthropology
1983;60:258.
Stoner BP: Glycosylated hemoglobin and long-term glucose control:
applications in the field. American Journal of Physical Anthropology
1985;66:234.
Stoner BP: Utilization and effectiveness of health care in an Andean
community. Abstracts of the 85th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, 1986:239. Stoner BP: Epidemiologic patterns in a highland Andean community. American
Journal of Physical Anthropology 1988;75:275.
Stoner BP: Variability in illness patterns among high and low SES Quechua.
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 1991;12 (Supp.):169.
Stoner BP: Role relations and socialization in the medical intensive care unit:
reproduction of knowledge and practice. Abstracts of the 90th Annual Meeting,
American Anthropological Association 1991:271.
Stoner BP: Coping with uncertainty: HPV, cancer risk and sexual behavior in
the AIDS era. Abstracts of the 91st Annual Meeting, American Anthropological
Association 1992:315.
Stoner BP, Stevens CE, Koutsky LA, Holmes KK: Knowledge of HPV, cervical
cancer risk, and follow-up intentions in sexually active women. Annals of
Behavioral Medicine
1993;15 (Supp.):S90.
Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Aral SO, Holmes KK: Variation in frequency of sex
partner change within sexually transmitted disease networks. Program and
Abstracts of the 33rd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and

Chemotherapy (ICAAC) 1993:119.
Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Aral SO, Holmes KK: Sexual activity of persons in
sexually transmitted disease networks: discordance between partners’
perceptions and self-reports. Abstracts of the 10th Meeting of the International
Society for STD Research
(ISSTDR) 1993.
Stoner BP. What their doctors don’t know: sexuality, HPV, and the
biomedicalization of sexual health. Abstracts of the 92nd Annual Meeting,
American Anthropological Association 1993.
Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Aral SO, Holmes KK. Sexual activity, behavioral
intention, and expected future risk of sexually transmitted disease in STD
patients and controls. Abstracts of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Infectious
Diseases Society of America
(IDSA) 1994:65A.
Aral SO, Hughes J, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Holmes KK. Demographic and
behavioral concordance between sex partners: partnerships infected with
Chlamydia trachomatis are different from those infected with gonorrhea. In:
Orfila J, Byrne GI, Chernesky MA et al., eds., Chlamydial Infections:
Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Human Chlamydial
Infections
. Chantilly, France, June 1994.
Stoner BP, Alexander ER, Buntain-Ricklefs JJ, Iser JP, Holmes KK. School-
based adolescent hepatitis B vaccination: innovative strategies to target
populations at risk. Abstracts of the 11th Meeting of the International Society for
STD Research
(ISSTDR) 1995:69.
Stoner BP, Hughes J, Aral SO, Handsfield HH, Holmes KK.
Correlates of success in sex partner referral and evaluation among persons with gonococcal or chlamydial infection. Abstracts of the 11th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1995:223. Foxman B, Hughes JP, Aral S, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Holmes KK. A
comparison of sexual behavior among chlamydia and gonorrhea cases to
randomly selected general population controls. Abstracts of the 11th Meeting of
the International Society for STD Research
(ISSTDR) 1995:132.
Lafferty W, Dithmer D, Krekeler B, Stoner B, Tyree T, Sucato G, Wolfe T, Celum
C. Feasibility of vaccinating high-risk adolescents for hepatitis B at STD clinic
sites. Abstracts of the 11th Meeting of the International Society for STD
Research
(ISSTDR) 1995:119.
Stoner BP, Buntain-Ricklefs JJ, Alexander ER, Holmes KK. School-
based adolescent hepatitis B vaccination: serosurvey results of 0,2,4-month vaccination schedule. Abstracts of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), 1995:116. Stoner BP. The health care consumer-health care provider interface: facilitators
and impediments to STD care. Abstracts of the 123rd Annual Meeting of the
American Public Health Association
(APHA), 1995:450.
Stoner BP. Seeking care for sexually transmitted infections: symptom
recognition, heterodox therapies, and “delay” in biomedical treatment. Abstracts
of the 94th Annual Meeting
, American Anthropological Association, 1995.
Dahl K, Delaney J, Horgan M, Stoner B, Fraser V. Sexual behavior, condom
use and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in HIV+ and HIV- women.
Abstracts of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of
America
(IDSA), 1996:59.
Stoner BP, Rother D, Fisher LA, Clapp R, Shifman J. Use of two-way audio /
two-way video teleconferencing for STD training: reaching out to underserved
areas. Abstracts of the 1996 National STD Prevention Conference, p. 157.
Stoner BP, Scripture TA, Fisher LA. Measuring client satisfaction with STD
services: a partnership model of health care delivery. Abstracts of the 1996
National STD Prevention Conference,
p. 105.
Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Aral SO, Hughes JM, Handsfield HH, Holmes KK.
Sociometric validation of sex partner risk assessment. Abstracts of the 12th
Meeting of the International Society for STD Research
(ISSTDR) 1997.
Stoner BP, Aral SO, Williams A, Stamm WE. Infertility, fatalism, and
pelvic inflammatory disease: sociobehavioral correlates. Abstracts of the 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1997. Stoner BP, Aral SO, Whittington WL, Coronado N, Connor S,
Handsfield HH, Holmes KK. Sleeping around in Seattle: a qualitative assessment of sexual partnerships. Abstracts of the 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1997. Stoner BP. Predictors of condom utilization among STD clinic
attendees. Abstracts of the 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1997. Stoner BP, Fraser VJ, Horgan MM. Sexually transmitted
disease acquisition among HIV-infected adolescent females. Abstracts of the 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1997. Stoner BP, Knaup R. Demographic and behavioral correlates of
gonococcal infection in an urban area. Abstracts of the 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1997. Bersoff-Matcha SJ, Horgan MM, Stoner BP, Mundy LM, Fraser VJ. Sexually
transmitted disease acquisition among HIV-infected women. Abstracts of the
35th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
(IDSA), 1997.
Stoner B, Jones C. Help-seeking for gonorrhea: a political economic
perspective. Abstracts of the 96th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological
Association, 1997.
Stoner B, Jones C, Zenilman J, Ballenger A, Middlestadt S. Health care
provider perceptions about persons with gonorrhea (GC): formative research
results from two urban US communities. Abstracts of the 126th Annual Meeting
of the American Public Health Association
(APHA), 1998:
Stoner B. Gonorrhea (GC) perceptions and health seeking
implications among inner-city residents. Abstracts of the 126th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA), 1998: Stoner BP, Bersoff-Matcha SJ, Paul DE, Fischer-Messmer J, Wilson R.
Diagnostic accuracy of cervical gram stain for mucopurulent cervicitis (MPC):
prediction of gonococcal and chlamydial infection status. Abstracts of the 36th
Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
(IDSA), 1998:200.
Stoner BP, Hamm R, Wilson E, Rother D. Provider practice patterns, knowledge
of, and adherence to STD treatment guidelines: results of a four-county provider
survey. Abstracts of the 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD
Research
(ISSTDR) 1999.
Stoner BP, Paul DE, Bersoff-Matcha SJ, Fischer-Messmer J, Wilson R. Clinical
correlates of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) syndrome: implications for
detecting occult chlamydial infection. Abstracts of the 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) 1999. Todd CS, Haase CE, Stoner BP. Prevalence of asymptomatic gonococcal and
chlamydial infections in an emergency department population. Abstracts of the
13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research
(ISSTDR) 1999.
Stoner BP, Douglas JM, Martin DH, Hook E, Leone P, McCormack WM,
Mroczkowski TF, Jones R, Yang J, Baumgartner T. Single dose gatifloxacin (400
mg or 600 mg) vs. single dose ofloxacin (400 mg) in the treatment of
uncomplicated gonococcal infections. Program and Abstracts of the 39th
Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and
Chemotherapy (ICAAC)
1999.
Stoner BP, Bersoff-Matcha SJ, Paul DE, Fischer-Messmer J. Clinical
epidemiology of trichomonal vaginitis: correlates of infection among STD clinic
attendees. Abstracts of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases
Society of America
(IDSA), 1999.
Stoner BP. State-local influences on household health and health care seeking
in the Colca valley. Abstracts of the 98th Annual Meeting, American
Anthropological Association, 1999.
Stoner BP, Jaffe DM. Sexually transmitted disease among
adolescents receiving emergency care. Abstracts of the Pediatric Academic Societies and American Academy of Pediatrics Joint Meeting, 2000. Stoner BP, Kroeger KA. The anthropology of syphilis elimination: ethnographic
investigation of community-level perceptions. STIs at the Millennium Abstracts,
2000.
Stoner BP, Starlin RC, Fischer-Messmer J, Abberton C. Comparative
epidemiology of clinically-apparent genital herpes among sexually transmitted
disease clinic attendees. Abstracts of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Infectious
Diseases Society of America
(IDSA), 2000.
Stoner BP. Physicians’ knowledge about human papillomavirus in
relation to external genital warts and cervical cancer. Abstracts of the 2000 National STD Prevention Conference. Kerr Y, Williams MP, Knaup R, Stoner BP. Prevalence of chlamydia and
gonorrhea among adolescents entering a juvenile detention facility. Abstracts of
the 2000 National STD Prevention Conference
.
Starlin RC, Williams MP, Myers D, Stoner BP. Prevalence and correlates of
male trichomoniasis in an STD clinic population. International Journal of STD &
AIDS 2001; 12 (Suppl 2): 132. (Abstracts of the 14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR.) McConkey SJ, Prysak G, Williams MP, Stoner BP. Social and economic factors
associated with syphilis: an ecological spatial regression study. International
Journal of STD & AIDS
2001; 12 (Suppl 2): 138. (Abstracts of the 14th Meeting
of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR.)
Kerr Y, Williams MP, Stoner BP. Comparative epidemiology of gonococcal and
chlamydial infections among STD clinic attendees: a case-control study.
International Journal of STD & AIDS 2001; 12 (Suppl 2): 87. (Abstracts of the
14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR.)
Stoner BP, Meeks C, Cunningham-Williams R, Compton WM, Ben-Abdalla A,
Cottler LB. Screening for sexually transmitted infections among out-of-treatment
substance-abusing women enrolled in a community prevention study.
International Journal of STD & AIDS 2001; 12 (Suppl 2): 167. (Abstracts of the
14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR.)
Stoner BP, Jaffe DM. Asymptomatic chlamydial and gonococcal
infection in an adolescent emergency department population. International Journal of STD & AIDS 2001; 12 (Suppl 2): 109. (Abstracts of the 14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR.) Kroeger K, Knaup R, Williams M, Stoner B. Impact of knowledge of herpes
simplex virus type 2 serostatus on STD clinic patients. Abstracts of the 2002
National STD Prevention Conference
.
Kendig S, Rother D, Stoner B. Partnerships in practice: standardized STD
curriculum in a graduate level nurse practitioner program. Abstracts of the 2002
National STD Prevention Conference
.
Kroeger K, Knaup R, Williams M, Stoner B. Expectations of STD clinic patients
regarding STD screening. Abstracts of the 2002 National STD Prevention
Conference
.
Ratelle S, Coury-Doniger P, Hogan T, Rompalo AM, Bauer HM, Stoner B,
Rietmeijer K, Payette SA, Tofoya D and the National Network of STD/HIV
Prevention Training Centers. From research to practice and policy among
programs and providers: the role of the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention
Training Centers (NNPTCs) in national STD prevention efforts. Abstracts of the
2002 National STD Prevention Conference
.
Marra CM, Maxwell CL, Smith SL, Lukehart SA, Rompalo AM, Eaton M, Stoner
BP
, Barker DE, Corbett JJ, Augenbraun M, Zajackowski M, Raines C, Nerad J,
Kee R, Barnett SH. Risk factors for neurosyphilis. Abstracts of the 2002
National STD Prevention Conference (Latebreaker Program)
.
Stoner BP. Resistance and rebellion in public health: local implementation of
syphilis elimination activities. Abstracts of the 101st Annual Meeting, American
Anthropological Association (AAA), 2002.
Stoner B, Kessels L, Tebas P, J Aberg J. Routine screening of
sexually transmitted diseases in HIV positive men. Abstracts of the 10th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, 2003. Marra CM, Maxwell CL, Tantalo L, Lukehart SA, Eaton M, Rompalo AM, Raines
C, Barnett SH, Stoner BP, Corbett JJ, Augenbraun M, Zajackowski M, Kee R.
Poorer response to neurosyphilis therapy in HIV-infected individuals. Abstracts
of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology
.
Stoner BP, Kroeger KA, Friedman LA, Storch GA, Myers D, Williams M. Routine
serologic testing for herpes simplex virus type-2 (HSV-2) antibody in an urban
STD clinic. Abstracts of the 15th Meeting of the International Society for STD
Research – ISSTDR
, 2003.
Stoner BP, Meeks CC, Long JL, Ben-Abdallah A, Cottler LB. Prevalence of
sexually transmitted infections among out-of-treatment substance-abusing
women. Abstracts of the 15th Meeting of the International Society for STD
Research – ISSTDR
, 2003.
Stoner BP. Whose fault is syphilis? Physicians’ views on syphilis elimination.
Abstracts of the 2004 National STD Prevention Conference.
Marra CM, Bashiri H, Tantalo LC, Maxwell CL, Eaton M, Rompalo A, Stoner BP,
Corbett J, Raines C, Lukehart SA. Cerebrospinal fluid cytokine profile in syphilis
and neurosyphilis. Abstracts of the 56th Annual Meeting of the American
Academy of Neurology
, 2004.
Stoner BP. Of drips and drugs: political-economic determinants of STD
persistence in America. Abstracts of the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for
Applied Anthropology
.
Stoner BP, Schmid G, Guraiib M, Adam T, Broutet N. Use of maternal syphilis
seroprevalence data to estimate the global morbidity of congenital syphilis.
Abstracts of the 16th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research –
ISSTDR
, 2005.
Stoner BP, Meeks C, Ben-Abdallah A, Long JL, Cottler LB. Sexually transmitted
and blood-borne infection prevalence rates in women with drug and alcohol
dependencies. Abstracts of the 16th Meeting of the International Society for STD
Research – ISSTDR,
2005.
Stoner BP, Chandler-Ezell K, Meeks CC, Spitznagel E, Cottler LB. Use of well-
woman examination (WWE) to diagnose vaginal infections and abnormal cervical
cytology in substance-abusing women. Abstracts of the 16th Meeting of the
International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR
, 2005.
Gorbach PM, Manhart LE, Stoner BP, Martin DH. Anal sex among young
heterosexuals in three US STD clinics. Abstracts of the XVI International AIDS 2006, Toronto, Canada. Abstract no. WEAD0203. Stoner BP. Health care decision-making and the erosion of public health
services: institutionalized social suffering. Abstracts of the 2007 Canadian Anthropological Society – American Ethnological Society Conference. Stoner BP, Buckel C. Gottlieb SL, Tran MK, Leichliter JS, Dillon KE, Markowitz
LE. The psychosocial burden of chlamydial infection: results of formative qualitative research. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Congress 2007, Abstract no. Stoner BP, Chandanabhumma P, Hildebrand VM, Van Dyne M, Herbert M.
Implementing and evaluation a direct-mail intervention to improve syphilis patient care by primary care clinicians in an urban US community. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Klausner JD, Schmid G, Stoner BP, Hawkes S, Broutet N. The global burden of
congenital syphilis versus childhood HIV infection, 2006, Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Stoner BP, Taylor SN, Mena L, Martin DH, Markowitz LE, Xu F.
Acceptability of self-collected vaginal swabs for chlamydia rescreening. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Congress 2007, Abstract no.P-028. Gift TL, Whittington R, Knaup R, Mena L, Taylor S, Xu F, Stoner BP. The cost
of rescreening women for Chlamydia using mailed self-collected vaginal swabs compared to rescreening in an STD clinic. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Congress 2007, Xu F, Martin DH, Stoner BP, Mena L, Taylor SN, Papp JR, Cammarata C,
Markowitz LE. Use of self-collected vaginal swabs as an innovative approach to facilitate testing for repeat Chlamydia infection. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Papp JR, Taylor S, Knaup R, McGloster N, Steece R, Phillips C, Farshy C, Xu F, Stoner BP, Martin D. Effect of specimen transport temperatures encountered
during postal shipping on detection of Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) using GenProbe Aptima Combo 2. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - 10th IUSTI World Congress 2007, Abstract no. Shafii T, Manhart L, Stoner BP, Martin DH, Tapia K, Rivara FP, Holmes KK.
Errors in condom use and risk of gonorrhea and chlamydial infection among young adults attending urban STD clinics. Abstracts of the 17th International Society forSTD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - -10th IUSTI World Congress 2007, Abstract no. P-370. 78. Schmid Stoner BP, Broutet N, Hawkes S. The global burden of congenital
syphilis, and why we can eliminate congenital syphilis now. Abstracts of the 17th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting - -10th IUSTI World Xu F, Martin, Stoner BP, Mena L, Taylor, SN, Hutchins K, Papp J, Markowitz LE.
Can self-collected vaginal swabs facilitate testing for repeat Chlamydia trachomatis infections among STD clinic clients? Abstracts of the 2008 National STD Prevention Conference, Abstract no. C2b. Stoner BP, Xu F, Powell S, Mena L, Taylor S, Markowitz L. Prevalence and
correlates of trichomonal vaginitis in three urban STD clinics. Abstracts of the 18th International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR) Meeting 2009. Stoner BP, Tran M, Gottlieb S, Buckel C, Zaidi A, Leichliter J, Berman S,
Markowitz L. Psychosocial concerns of women undergoing routine testing for Chlamydia trachomatis. Abstracts of the 18th International Society for STD
Stoner BP. Engagement at the intersections: anthropology as a model
discipline for undergraduate public health instruction. Abstracts of the 2009 Meeting of the Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA). Stoner BP. Ethical anthropology in the STD clinic: negotiating research
approval with the Institutional Review Board. Abstracts of the 108th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association (AAA), 2009. Stoner BP. Review of The Human Skull, by Spencer L. Rogers (1984). Medical
Anthropology Quarterly
1985; 16:83.
Stoner BP. Review of Human Identification: Case Studies in Forensic
Anthropology, by Ted A. Rathbun and Jane E. Buikstra (1984). Medical
Anthropology Quarterly 1985; 16:108.
Stoner BP. Review of Primitive Surgery: Skills Before Science, by Spencer L.
Rogers (1985). Medical Anthropology Quarterly 1987; 1(N.S.):118-120.
Stoner BP. Review of The Political Economy of AIDS, by Merrill Singer (1998).
American Anthropologist 1998; 100:841-842. Stoner BP. Review of The Anthropology of Infectious Diseases, Peter Brown
and Marcia Inhorn, eds. (1997). American Anthropologist 1999; 101:889. Stoner BP. Review of Clinical Infectious Diseases: A Practical Approach,
Richard K. Root, Francis Waldvogel, Lawrence Corey and Walter E. Stamm, eds. (1999). Doody Publishing Online Reviews (doody.com), 1999. Stoner BP. Review of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Vaccines, Prevention
Control, Lawrence R. Stanbury and David I. Bernstein, eds. (2000). Doody Publishing Online Reviews (doody.com), 2000. Stoner BP. Review of Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2nd ed., A. McMillan and
G.R. Scott (2000). Doody Publishing Online Reviews (doody.com), 2001. Stoner BP. Review of Ethics, Computing, and Genomics, Herman T. Tavani,
(2006). PsycCRITIQUES – Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Aral SO, Hughes JP, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Holmes KK. Demographic
and behavioural concordance between sex partners: partnerships infected with Chlamydia trachomatis are different than those infected with gonorrhea and syphilis. In Chlamydial Infections: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Human Chlamydial Infections, Chantilly, France, 19-24 June 1994. Bologna, Italy: Society Editrice Esculapio, 1994, pp. 17-20. 2. Stoner BP. Treponemal Infection in HIV Disease (Chapter 27). In: Manual of
Therapeutics (Powderly WG, ed.). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, Aral SO, Hughes JP, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Handsfield HH, Anderson RM,
Holmes KK. The spread of chlamydial infection: sexual mixing patterns, infection rates, linked morbidities, and bridge populations in Seattle, Washington. Chlamydial Infections: Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Human Chlamydial Infection (Byrne GI, Christiansen G, Clarke IN, Grayston JT, Rank RG, Ridgway GL, Saikku P, Schachter J, Stamm WE, eds.). New York: Cambridge University Press, 1998, pp. 19-22. Stoner BP. Sexually transmitted diseases. In: EBM Solutions Guidelines for
Health Care Providers and Consumers [online database]. Issue 1. Nashville, Stoner BP. Sexually transmitted diseases (update). In: EBM Solutions
Guidelines for Health Care Providers and Consumers [online database]. Issue 3. Nashville, Tenn: EBM Solutions, Inc., 2003. Aral SO, Hughes J, Gorbach P, Stoner B, Manhart L, Garnett G, Foxman B,
Golden M, Holmes KK. The Seattle ‘sexual mixing,’ ‘sexual networks,’ and ‘sexual partnership types’ studies. In: Network Epidemiology: A Handbook for Survey Design and Data Collection (Morris M, ed.). New York: Oxford University Stoner BP. Infectious diseases. In Encyclopedia of Disability (Albrecht GL,
ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2005, pp. 953-954. Stoner BP. Sexually transmitted infections: overview. In International
Encyclopedia of Public Health (Heggenhougen HK, Quah SR, eds.), Vol. 5. San Diego: Academic Press, 2008, pp. 713-723. Stoner BP. Formal modeling of health care decisions: some applications and
limitations. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 1985;16:41-46.
Stoner BP. Understanding medical systems: traditional, modern, and syncretic
health care alternatives in medically pluralistic societies. Medical Anthropology
Quarterly
1986;17:44-48. (W.H.R. Rivers Prize Paper)
Stoner BP, Corey GR. Chronic fatigue syndrome: a practical approach. North
Carolina Medical Journal
1992;53:267-270.
Garnett GP, Hughes JP, Anderson RM, Stoner BP, Aral SO, Whittington WL,
Handsfield HH, Holmes KK. Sexual mixing patterns of patients attending
sexually transmitted disease clinics. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
1996;23:248-257.
Stoner BP, Rother D, Fisher LA. St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center.
Missouri Epidemiologist 1997;19:15.
Bersoff-Matcha SJ, Horgan MM, Fraser VJ, Mundy LM, Stoner BP. Sexually
transmitted disease acquisition among women infected with human
immunodeficiency virus type 1. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1998;178:1174-
1177.
Stoner B, Baorto D. Laboratory diagnosis of neurosyphilis.
Barnes/Jewish Hospital Laboratory Medicine Newsletter 1998;5(3):1-4. Aral SO, Hughes JP, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Handsfield HH, Anderson RM,
Holmes KK. Sexual mixing patterns including linking and bridge populations, in
spread of gonococcal and chlamydial infections. American Journal of Public
Health,
1999; 89:825-833.
Bull SS, Rietmeijer C, Fortenberry JD, Stoner BP, Malotte K, VanDevanter N,
Middlestadt SE, Hook EW. Practice patterns for the elicitation of sexual history,
education, and counseling among providers of STD services: results from the
Gonorrhea Community Action Project (GCAP). Sexually Transmitted Diseases
1999; 26:584-589.
Smith LV, Larro ML, Malotte CK, St. Lawrence JS, McFarlane M, Stoner BP,
VanDevanter N, Middlestadt S. Urine tests for gonorrhea and chlamydia: great
technology but will the community accept it? International Quarterly of
Community Health Education
1999-2000; 19:133-143.
Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Hughes JP, Aral SO, Holmes KK. Comparative
epidemiology of heterosexual gonococcal and chlamydial networks: implications
for transmission patterns. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2000; 27: 215-223.
Jones CA, Knaup R, Hayes M, Stoner BP. Urine screening for gonococcal and
chlamydial infections at community-based organizations (CBOs) in a high
morbidity area. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2000; 27:146-151.
Gorbach PM, Aral SO, Celum C, Stoner BP, Whittington WL, Galea J, Coronado
N, Connor S, Holmes KK. To notify or not to notify: STD patients’ perspectives
of partner notification in Seattle. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2000; 27: 193-
200.
Bull SS, Jones CA, Granberry-Owens D, Stoner BP, Rietmeijer CA.
Acceptability and feasibility of urine screening for Chlamydia trachomatis and
Neisseria gonorrhoeae in community organizations: Perspectives from Denver,
CO and St. Louis, MO. American Journal of Public Health, 2000; 90:285-286.
Todd CS, Haase C, Stoner BP. Emergency department screening for
asymptomatic sexually transmitted infections. American Journal of Public Health,
2001; 91: 461-464.
Stoner BP. Human papillomavirus infection. Missouri Family Planning Council
Newsletter, June 2001, pp. 3-5. 17. Stoner BP, Douglas JM, Martin DH, Hook EW, Leone P, McCormack WM,
Mroczkowski T, Jones R, Yang J, Baumgartner T. Randomized, double-blind, multi-center trial of single-dose gatifloxacin compared with ofloxacin for treatment of uncomplicated gonorrhea. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2001; 28: 136- Fortenberry JD, McFarlane MM, Hennessy M, Bull SS, Grimley DM, St. Stoner BP, VanDevanter N. Relation of health literacy to
gonorrhoea related care. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2001; 77: 206-211. Stoner BP. Implementing social and sex partner network methods of partner
notification and referral for syphilis in St. Louis, Missouri. Proceedings of the NIDA Conference on Network Paradigms in Research on Drug Abuse, HIV and Other Blood-Borne and Sexually Transmitted Infections. Washington DC, Stoner BP, Aral SO, Whittington WLH, Holmes KK. It takes a
village: understanding concurrent sexual partnerships in Seattle, Washington. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2002; 29: 453-462. Fortenberry JD, McFarlane M, Bleakley A, Bull S, Fishbein M, Grimley DM, Stoner BP. Relationships of stigma and shame to gonorrhea and
HIV screening. American Journal of Public Health, 2002; 92: 378-381. Johnson KM, Alarcon J, Watts DM, Rodriguez C, Velasquez C, Sanchez J, Stoner BP, Holmes KK. Sexual networks of pregnant women with
and without HIV infection. AIDS, 2003; 17; 605-612. Stoner BP, Whittington WLH, Aral SO, Hughes JP, Handsfield HH, Holmes KK.
Avoiding risky sex partners: perception of partners’ risks vs. partners’ self- reported risks. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 2003; 79: 197-201. Marra CM, Maxwell CL, Smith SL, Lukehart SA, Rompalo AM, Eaton M, Stoner BP, Barker DE, Corbett JJ, Augenbraun M, Zajackowski M, Raines C,
Nerad J, Kee R, Barnett SH. Cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities in patients with syphilis: association with clinical and laboratory features. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2004; 189: 369-76. 25. Marra CM, Maxwell CL, Tantalo L, Eaton M, Rompalo AM, Raines C, Stoner BP,
Corbett JJ, Augenbraun M, Zajackowski M, Kee R, Lukehart LA. Normalization of CSF abnormalities after neurosyphilis therapy: does HIV status Clinical Infectious Diseases, 2004; 38: 1001-6. Stoner BP. Current controversies in the management of adult syphilis. (Invited
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2007;44 (Suppl 3): S130-46. Stoner BP, Workowski KW. Treatment of lymphogranuloma
venereum. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2007;44 (Suppl 3): S147-52. Stoner BP, Hawkes S, Broutet N. The need and plan for global
elimination of congenital syphilis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2007; 34 Nelson SJ, Manhart LE, Gorbach PM, Martin DH, Stoner BP, Aral, SO, Holmes
KK. Measuring sex partner concurrency: it’s what’s missing that counts. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2007; 34: 801-7. Stoner BP. Rapid tests for maternal syphilis screening: effective and cost-
Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2008; 35: 785-6. Gorbach PM, Manhart LE, Hess KL, Stoner BP, Martin DH, Holmes KK. Anal
intercourse among young heterosexuals in three sexually transmitted disease clinics in the United States. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2009; 36:193-8. Burington B, Hughes JP, Whittington W, Stoner BP, Garnett G, Aral SO, Holmes
KK. Estimating duration in partnership studies: issues, methods and examples. Sexually Transmitted Infections, in press.
Manuscripts currently under review
Howard EJ, Xu F, Taylor SN, Stoner BP, Mena L, Nsuami J, Powell S, Lillis R, Martin
DH. Screening and partner management of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae infections in STD clinics: what do patients prefer? Sexually Transmitted Diseases, submitted 8-14-09.
Gorbach PM, Hess KL, Manhart LE, Stoner BP, Martin DH, Holmes KK. Types of
concurrency among young people in three US STD clinics. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, submitted 7-6-08, resubmitted 9-11-09.
Stoner BP, Buckel C. Gottlieb SL, Tran MK, Leichliter JS, Markowitz LE. The
psychosocial burden of chlamydial infection: results of formative qualitative Sexually Transmitted Diseases, submitted 8-31-08; revise and re- submit.
Hoffman JL, Stoner BP, Jaffe DM. Asymptomatic gonococcal and chlamydial infection
among adolescents seeking emergency medical care. Sexually Transmited Diseases, originally submitted 3-18-06, revise and resubmit. Stoner BP, Chandler-Ezell K, O’Leary C, Cottler LB. High rates of vaginal infections
and cervical cytologic abnormalities among out-of-treatment substance-abusing Sexually Transmitted Diseases, originally submitted 4-1-07, revise and resubmit.
Manuscripts in preparation
Xu F, Martin DH, Stoner BP, Mena L, Taylor SN, Papp JR, Cammarata C, Markowitz
LE. Use of self-collected vaginal swabs as an innovative approach to facilitate
Stoner BP, Chandanabhumma P, Hildebrand VM, Van Dyne M, Herbert M.
Implementing and evaluation a direct-mail intervention to improve syphilis patient care by primary care clinicians in an urban US community.
Luther KE, Stoner BP, Taylor SN, Mena L, Martin DH, Markowitz LE, Xu F.
Acceptability of self-collected vaginal swabs for chlamydia rescreening.
Gift TL, Whittington R, Knaup R, Mena L, Taylor S, Xu F, Stoner BP. The cost of
rescreening women for chlamydia using mailed self-collected vaginal swabs compared to rescreening in an STD clinic.
Stoner BP. Medical pluralism, medical syncretism: multiplicity of health resources in a

Stoner BP. Variability in illness patterns among high and low SES Quechua in a
highland Peruvian village: epidemiological and methodological issues. Inclusive fitness among the Nuer and Swat Pathans: problems of kin selection and ethnographic analysis. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA), Indianapolis IN. April 6-9, 1983. Glycosylated hemoglobin and long-term glucose control: applications in the field. 54th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA), Knoxville TN. April 10-13, 1985. Utilization and effectiveness of health care in an Andean community (with Lucida Morse). 84th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Philadelphia PA. December 3-7, 1986. Epidemiologic patterns in a highland Andean community: field analysis of illness distribution in Yanque, Peru. 57th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA), Kansas City MO. March 24-26, 1988. Variability in illness patterns among high and low SES Quechua. 60th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (AAPA), Milwaukee WI. April 3-6, 1991. Role relations and socialization in the medical intensive care unit: reproduction of knowledge and practice. 90th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Chicago IL. November 20-24, 1991. Coping with uncertainty: HPV, cancer risk and sexual behavior in the AIDS era. (Invited Poster Session) 91st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), San Francisco CA. December 2-6, 1992. Knowledge of HPV, cervical cancer risk, and follow-up intentions in sexually active women. (Poster Session) Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) 14th Annual Scientific Sessions, San Francisco CA. March 10-13, 1993. Variation in frequency of sex partner change within sexually transmitted disease networks. 33rd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), New Orleans LA. October 17-20, 1993. What their doctors don’t know: sexuality, HPV, and the biomedicalization of sexual health. 92nd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC. November 17-21,1993. Sexual activity, behavioral intention and expected future risk of sexually transmitted diseases in STD patients and controls. (Poster Session) 32nd Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), Orlando FL. October 7-9, 1994. School-based adolescent hepatitis B vaccination: innovative strategies to target populations at risk. 11th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), New Orleans LA. August 27-30, 1995. School-based adolescent hepatitis B vaccination: serosurvey results of 0,2,4-month vaccination schedule. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), San Francisco CA. September 16-18, 1995. The health care consumer-health care provider interface: facilitators and impediments to STD care. 123rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA), San Diego CA. October 29-November 2, 1995. Seeking care for sexually transmitted infections: symptom recognition, heterodox therapies, and “delay” in biomedical treatment. 94th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC. November 15-19, 1995. Use of two-way audio / two-way video teleconferencing for STD training: reaching out to underserved areas. 1996 National STD Prevention Conference, Tampa FL. December 9-12, 1996. Measuring client satisfaction with STD services: a partnership model of health care delivery. 1996 National STD Prevention Conference, Tampa FL. December 9-12, 1996. Sociometric validation of sex partner risk assessment. 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), Seville, Spain. October 19-22, 1997. Predictors of condom utilization among STD clinic attendees. 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), Seville, Spain. October 19-22, 1997. Infertility, fatalism, and pelvic inflammatory disease: sociobehavioral correlates. 12th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), Seville, Spain. October 19-22, 1997. Help-seeking for gonorrhea: a political economic perspective. 96th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Washington DC. November 19-23, 1997. Health care provider perceptions about persons with gonorrhea (GC): formative research results from two urban US communities. 126th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA), Washington DC. November 1998. Diagnostic accuracy of cervical gram stain for mucopurulent cervicitis (MPC): prediction of gonococcal and chlamydial infection status. 36th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), Denver CO. November 1998. Provider practice patterns, knowledge of, and adherence to STD treatment guidelines: results of a four-county provider survey. 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), Denver CO. July 1999. Clinical correlates of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) syndrome: implications for detecting occult chlamydial infection. 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research (ISSTDR), Denver CO. July 1999. Single dose gatifloxacin (400 mg or 600 mg) vs. single dose ofloxacin (400 mg) in the treatment of uncomplicated gonococcal infections. 39th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC), San Francisco CA. September 1999. Clinical epidemiology of trichomonal vaginitis: correlates of infection among STD clinic attendees. 37th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), Philadelphia PA. November 18-21, 1999. State-local influences on household health and health care seeking in the Colca valley. 98th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago IL. November 17-21, 1999. The anthropology of syphilis elimination: ethnographic investigation of community-level perceptions. STIs at the Millennium: Past, Present and Future. Baltimore MD, May 3-6, 2000. Comparative epidemiology of clinically-apparent genital herpes among sexually transmitted disease clinic attendees. 38th Annual Meeting of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), New Orleans, LA. September 7-10, 2000. Physicians’ knowledge about human papillomavirus in relation to external genital warts and cervical cancer. 2000 National STD Prevention Conference, Prevalence of chlamydia and gonorrhea among adolescents entering a juvenile detention facility. 2000 National STD Prevention Conference, Milwaukee WI, December 2-6. Prevalence and correlates of male trichomoniasis in an STD clinic population. International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany, June 24-27, 2001. Social and economic factors associated with syphilis: an ecological spatial regression study. International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany, June 24-27, 2001. Comparative epidemiology of gonococcal and chlamydial infections among STD clinic attendees: a case-control study. International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany, June 24-27, 2001. Screening for sexually transmitted infections among out-of-treatment substance-abusing women enrolled in a community prevention study. International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany, June 24-27, 2001. Asymptomatic chlamydial and gonococcal infection in an adolescent emergency department population. International Congress of Sexually Transmitted Infections, Berlin Germany, June 24-27, 2001. Expectations of STD clinic patients regarding STD screening. 2002 National STD Prevention Conference, San Diego CA, March 3-6, 2002. From research to practice and policy among programs and providers: the role of the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers (NNPTCs) in national STD prevention efforts. 2002 National STD Prevention Conference, San Diego CA, March 3-6, 2002. Resistance and rebellion in public health: local implementation of syphilis elimination activities. 101st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), New Orleans LA. November 20-24, 2002. Routine serologic testing for herpes simplex virus type-2 (HSV-2) antibody in an urban STD clinic. 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Ottawa, Canada. July 27-30, 2003. Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections among out-of-treatment substance-abusing women. 13th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Ottawa, Canada. July 27-30, 2003. Whose fault is syphilis? Physicians’ views on syphilis elimination. 2004 National STD Prevention Conference, Philadelphia, PA, March 8-11, 2004. Of drips and drugs: political-economic determinants of STD persistence in America. 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Dallas TX, March 31-April 4, 2004. Use of maternal syphilis seroprevalence data to estimate the global morbidity of congenital syphilis. 14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 10-13, 2005. Sexually transmitted and blood-borne infection prevalence rates in women with drug and alcohol dependencies. 14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 10-13, 2005. Use of well-woman examination (WWE) to diagnose vaginal infections and abnormal cervical cytology in substance-abusing women. 14th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 10-13, 2005. Health care decision-making and the erosion of public health services: institutionalized social suffering. 2007 Canadian Anthropological Society – American Ethnological Society Conference, Toronto, Canada, May 8-12, 2007. Implementing and evaluating a direct-mail intervention to improve syphilis patient care by primary care clinicians in an urban US community. 17th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Seattle, Washington, July 29-August 1, 2007. The psychosocial burden of chlamydial infection: results of formative qualitative research. 17th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, Seattle, Washington, July 29-August 1, 2007. Prevalence and correlates of trichomonal vaginitis in three urban STD clinics. 18th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research – ISSTDR, London, Psychosocial concerns of women undergoing routine testing for Chlamydia trachomatis. 18th Meeting of the International Society for STD Research –
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