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					CURRICULUM VITA



Name                Hamisu Salihu, MD, PHD

Present title 1     Tenured Full Professor
                    Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of South
                    Florida

Present title 2     Tenured Full Professor
                    Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of South Florida

Address:            13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa. FL 33612
Office              Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of South
                    Florida

                    Tel: 205.910.8720 / fax: 813-974-4719
                    Email: hsalihu@health.usf.edu

Language proficiency English, French, German, and Hausa.

Education

       2006-2007    Preventive Medicine Residency, Emory University

       2005-2006    Internship for Medical Licensure (Robert Wood Johnson Hospital, New
                    Brunswick, USA).

       1998-2001    Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Epidemiology
                    College of Public Health, University of South Florida, Tampa.

       1994-96      Doctor of Philosophy (PHD) in Perinatology
                    University of Saarland, Germany

       1990-95      Doctor of Medicine (MD), Obstetrics and Gynecology,
                    University of Saarland, Germany

       1981-86      Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
                    Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria




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Academic appointments
     Currently    Tenured Full Professor
                  Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of South
                  Florida
                  &
                  Tenured Full Professor
                  Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of South Florida

       2005-2006    Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
                    Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey

       2004-2005    Tenured Associate Professor, Department of Maternal and Child Health,
                    University of Alabama at Birmingham

       2001-03      Assistant Professor, Department of Maternal and Child Health,
                    University of Alabama at Birmingham

       1997-98      Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, South Provincial
                    Hospital, Cameroon

       1994 -96     Research Scientist, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Women’s
                    Hospital, University of Saarland, Homburg/Saar, Germany


Hospital appointments



       1997-98      Consultant and Chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, South
                    Provincial Hospital, Cameroon
       1988-90      Chief Medical Officer, Cameroon


Licensure
       1995:        Medical Council of Saarland, Germany
       1987:        Cameroon Medical Council: To practice as a physician
       2006-:       Licensed in the State of Florida: # ME102530 (Active)




Certification
        2003:       ECFMG permanent certification
        2009:       Board certified: American Board of Preventive Medicine



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Professional Organizations (and committees of these)
       1996-        Member, German Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology
       2001-        Member, Society for Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
       2001-        American Public Health Association
       2008 -       American Medical Association (AMA)

Honors and Awards
      2001-       Honorary Scholar, Sparkman Center for International Public Health
                  Education, University of Alabama at Birmingham
      2002-       Honorary Scholar, Center for Research in Women’s Health, Department
                  of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Alabama at Birmingham
      2004-       Scholar, Lister Hill Center for Health Policy
      2006-       Visiting scholar, CDC-WHO Collaborating Center for Reproductive
                  Health

Editorial positions
       Member of the Editorial Board: “INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FERTILITY AND
       WOMEN’S HEALTH.”

      Member of the Editorial Board: “AIDS AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES JOURNAL.”

      Reviewer: Lancet
      Reviewer: JAMA
      Reviewer: American Journal of Epidemiology
      Reviewer: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
      Reviewer: American Journal of Human Biology
      Reviewer: European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology & Reproductive Biology
      Reviewer: International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics
      Reviewer: Obstetrics and Gynecology
      Reviewer: Pediatrics
      Reviewer: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
      Reviewer: Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
      Reviewer: Teratology
      Reviewer: Birth Defects Research
      Reviewer: Journal of the National Medical Association
      Reviewer: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (JAIDS).
      Reviewer: Maternal and Child Health Journal
      Reviewer: Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology
      Reviewer: Asian Journal of Andrology
      Reviewer: Journal of Children’s Health
      Reviewer: BMC-Pregnancy and Child Health
      Reviewer: Medical Science Monitor



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Reviewer: Journal of Reproductive Medicine
Reviewer: Health & Place
Reviewer: Journal of Reproductive Medicine
Reviewer: Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology
Reviewer: Women and Health
Reviewer: Journal of Pediatric Research
Reviewer: Twin Research and Genetics
Reviewer: Journal of Women’s Health
Reviewer: Women’s Health Issues
Reviewer: Journal of Tropical Medicine
Reviewer: Annals of Epidemiology
Reviewer: Maturitas
Reviewer: Obesity Research
Reviewer: British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology




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Publications
                    Peer-reviewed journal articles (published or in press)

   1.   Salihu HM, Mbah KA Alio AP, Kornosky JL, Bruder K, Belogolovkin V. Obesity,
        obesity subtypes and success of programming fetal growth phenotypes. Obstetrics &
        Gynecology 2009;114:333-9.

   2.   Salihu HM, Lynch O, Alio AP, Clayton HB, Mbah AK. Extreme obesity and risk of
        placental abruption Human Reproduction 2009;24:438-44.

   3.   Salihu HM, Kornosky JL, Alio AP, Druschel CM. R. Racial Disparities in Mortality
        among Infants with Dandy-Walker Syndrome: delayed or eliminated? Journal of the
        National Medical Association 2009;101:456-61.

   4.   Salihu HM, Lynch O, Alio AP, Mbah AK, Kornosky JL, Wathington DJ, Marty PJ.
        Maternal pre-pregnancy underweight and risk of early and late stillbirth in black and
        white gravidas. Journal of the National Medical Association 2009;101:582-587

   5.   Salihu HM, Lynch O, Alio AP, Mbah AK, Kornosky JL, Marty PJ. Extreme maternal
        underweight and feto-infant morbidity outcomes: A population-based study. Journal of
        Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine 2009;22:428-34

   6.   Salihu HM, Mbah AK, Alio AP, Clayton HB, Lynch O. Low pre-pregnancy body mass
        index and risk of medically indicated versus spontaneous preterm singleton birth.
        European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology & Reproductive Biology 2009;144:119-
        23

   7.   Salihu HM, Bonnema SM, Alio AP. Obesity: what is an elderly population growing
        into? Maturitas 2009;63:7-12

   8.   Alio AP, Nana PN, Salihu HM. Spousal violence and magnitude of potentially
        preventable single and recurrent spontaneous fetal loss in an African setting. Cross-
        sectional study. Lancet 2009;373:318-324.

   9.   Nabukera SK, Wingate WS, Salihu HM, Owen J, Swaminathan S, Alexander GR, Kirby
        RS. Pregnancy spacing among women delaying initiation of childbearing. Archives of
        Gynecology and Obstetrics 2009;279:677-684.

   10. Salihu HM, Mbah AK, Jeffers DF , Alio AP, Berry L. Healthy Start Program and feto-
       infant morbidity outcomes: Evaluation of program effectiveness. Maternal and Child
       Health Journal 2009;13:56-65




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11. Nabukera S, Wingate MS, Owen J, Salihu HM, Swaminathan S, Alexander GR, Kirby
    RS. Racial Disparities in Perinatal Outcomes and Pregnancy Spacing Among Women
    Delaying Initiation of Childbearing. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2009;13:81-9.

12. Nana PN, Mbu RE, Tonye RN, Salihu HM, Ako SN, Fomulu NJ, Leke RJ. Rupture of
    the spleen due to domestic violence in pregnancy: A report of two cases. Journal of
    Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2008;28:799-800


13. Salihu HM. Epidemiology of stillbirth and fetal CNS injury. Seminars in Perinatology
    (Invited expert paper) 2008;32:232-238

14. Salihu HM, Kornosky JL Druschel CM. Dandy-Walker syndrome, associated
    malformations and survival through infancy: A population-based study. Fetal
    Diagnosis and Therapy 2008;24:155-60


15. Salihu HM, Lynch O, Alio AP, Liu J. Obesity subtypes and risk of spontaneous versus
    medically indicated preterm births in singletons and twins. American Journal of
    Epidemiology2008;29:484-97

16. Salihu HM, Mbah AK, Alio AP, Kirby RS. AGA-primed versus SGA-primed uterus and
    the success of subsequent in utero fetal programming . Obstetrics & Gynecology
    2008;111:935-943

17. Salihu HM, Alio PA, Wilson RE, Sharma PP, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Obesity and
    Extreme Obesity: New Insights into the Black-White Disparity in Neonatal Mortality.
    Obstetrics & Gynecology2008;111:1410-1416


18. Salihu HM, Sharma PP, Getahun D, Hedayatzadeh M, Peters S, Kirby RS, Alio AP,
     Gaafar-Ahmed H. Prenatal tobacco use and risk of stillbirth: A case-control and bi-
     directional case-crossover study. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 2008;10:159-66.


19. Kontopoulos EV, Quintero RA, Salihu HM, Bornick PW, Allen MH. Dandy-Walker
    syndrome and monochorionic twins: Insight into a possible etiological mechanism.
    Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine 2008;21:839-42


20. Obinna N.N, McCorvey S, Campbell-Forrester S, Chang J, Salihu HM, Jolly PE. Factors
    influencing condom use among sexually transmitted infection clinic patients in
    Montego Bay, Jamaica. Reproductive Science Journal 2008;1:45-50




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21. Salihu HM, Wilson RE, Alio AP, Russell KS. Advanced maternal age and risk of
    antepartum and intrapartum stillbirth. Journal of Obstetric and Gynecology Research
    2008;34:843-50.
22. Nabukera SK, Wingate MS, Kirby RS, Owen J, Swaminathan S, Alexander GR, Salihu
    HM. Inter-pregnancy interval and subsequent perinatal outcomes among women
    delaying initiation of childbearing. Journal of Obstetric and Gynecologic Research
    2008;34:941-7


23. Hoffman MS, Williams V, Salihu HM, Gunasekaran S, Sayer AR, Hakam A, Roberts
    WS. The vascular portion of the cardinal ligament; surgical significance during radical
    hysterectomy for cervical cancer. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
    2008;199(2):191.e1-7 discussion 199.e1

24. Wilson RE, Alio PA, Kirby RS, Salihu HM. Young maternal age and risk of intrapartum
    stillbirth. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2008;278:231-236.

25. Aliyu MH, Wilson RE, Zoorob R, Chakrabarty S, Alio AP, Russell KS, Salihu HM.
    Alcohol Consumption during Pregnancy and the Risk of Early Stillbirth among
    Singletons. Alcohol 2008;42(5):369-74


26. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Wilson RE, Alio AP, Kirby RS Prenatal smoking, advanced
    maternal age and risk of intrapartum stillbirth. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics
    2008;278:39-45


27. Kornosky JL, Salihu HM. Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Epidemiology of Cyanotic
    Heart Defects. Pediatric Cardiology 2008;29:484-97


28. Wilson RE, Salihu HM. The Paradox of “Near Misses”: Converting Maternal Mortality
    into Morbidity. International Journal of Fertility and Women’s Medicine 2007;52:121-7


29. Salihu HM. Fetal death repetition: Event memory hypothesis. Medical Hypotheses
    2007;70:567-571
30. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Wilson R, Kirby RS. Prenatal smoking and risk of intrapartum
    stillbirth. Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health 2007;62:87-92.


31. Salihu HM, Wilson RE. Epidemiology of prenatal smoking and perinatal outcomes.
     Early Human Development 2007;83:713-20




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32. Salihu HM, Dunlop A-L, Hedayatzadeh M, Alio AP, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Extreme
     obesity and risk of stillbirth among black and white gravidas. Obstetrics and
     Gynecology 2007;110:552-557.


33. Aguh CJ, Salihu HM, Buckley A, Imegwu O, Yang RS, Stanford B, Vintzileos AM. Acute
    abdomen with bones in the spleen. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics2007;276:375-
    8.
34. Sharma PP, Salihu HM, Kirby RS. Stillbirth recurrence in a population of relatively low
    risk mothers. Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2007;21:24-30


35. Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Kirby RS, Fowler KB, Pass MB. The impact of
    advanced maternal age on neonatal survival of twin SGA subtypes.? . Journal of
    Obstetric and Gynecologic Research 2007;33:259-265.


36. Getahun D, Ananth CV, Peltier MR, Salihu HM, Scorza WE. Changes in prepregnancy
    body-mass index between the first and second pregnancies and risk of large-for-
    gestational age birth. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2007;196:530-537


37. Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Kirby RS, Fowler KB, Pass MB. SGA subtypes and
    mortality risk among singleton births. Early Human Development 2007;83:99-105


38. Nabukera S, Wingate MS, Alexander GR, Salihu HM.First-time births among women 30
    years and older in the United States: patterns and risk of adverse outcomes. Journal of
    Reproductive Medicine 2006;51:676-82.


39. Salihu HM, Ekundayo OJ, Kristensen S, Sharma PP, Badewa AP, Kirby RS, Alexander
    GR. Childhood pregnancy (10-14 years old) and risk of stillbirth in singletons and
    twins. Journal of Pediatrics 2006;148:522-6


40. Salihu HM, Sharma PP, Peters S. Twinning and risk for stillbirth subtypes in pediatric
    mothers. Twin Research and Genetics 2006;9:673-6


41. Salihu HM, Emusu D, Sharma PP, Aliyu ZY, Oyelese Y, Druschel CM, Kirby RS. Parity
    effect on preterm birth and growth outcomes among omphalocele-affected infants.
    European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology & Reproductive Biology 2006;128:91-96.




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42. Salihu HM, Bagchi S & Sharma PP . A novel method of quantifying birth weight
    discordance in quadruplets. American Journal of Perinatology2006;23:223-8


43. Nabukera SK, Witte K, Muchunguzi C, Bajunirwe F, Batwala VK, Mulogo EM, Farr C,
    Barry S, Salihu HM. Use of post-partum services in rural Uganda: Knowledge,
    attitudes and barriers. Journal of Community Health 2006;26:211-5


44. Kirby, Russell S. and Salihu HM. "Back to the Future: A Critical Commentary on the
    2003 U.S. National Standard Certificate of Live Birth". Birth 2006;33:238-244.


45. Ananth CV, Getahun D, Peltier MR, Salihu HM, Vintzileos AM. Recurrence of
    spontaneous versus medically indicated preterm birth. American Journal of Obstetrics
    and Gynecology 2006;195:643-650


46. Salihu HM, Sharma PP. Aliyu MH, Kristensen S, Grimes-Dennis J, Kirby RS, Smulina J.
    Is SGA a marker of future fetal survival in utero? Obstetrics & Gynecology
    2006;107:851-6.


47. Suparna B, Salihu HM. Birth weight discordance in multiple gestations: occurrence and
    outcomes. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2006;26:291-6.


48. Tita ATN, Salihu HM, Ramsey PS. Impact of anomalous triplets on morbidity
    outcomes of normal in utero siblings. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006;107:1352-1356.


49. Alio AP, Salihu HM, Berring TJ, Gramling MD, Burton JA, Jackson TR,. Obesity
    research and the forgotten African American child. Ethnicity and Disease 2006;16:569-
    575.


50. Boulet SL, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. Mode of delivery and the survival of macrosomic
     infants in the US, 1995-1999. Birth 2006;33:278-83.


51. Boulet SL, Alexander GR, Salihu HM, Kirby RS, Carlo WA. Fetal growth risk curves.
     Defining levels of fetal growth restriction by infant mortality risk. American Journal of
     Obstetrics & Gynecology 2006;195:1571-7.




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52. Junaid I, Paz R, Salihu HM, Aliyu ZY. Pseudo-Meig’s syndrome with multiple
    synchronous benign and malignant pelvic tumors. Archives of Gynecology and
    Obstetrics 2006;273:315-18


53. Getahun D, Oyelese Y, Salihu HM, Ananth CV. Previous cesarean delivery and risks of
    placenta previa and placental abruption. Obstetrics & Gynecology2006;107:771-8.


54. Blickstein I, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Alexander GR. The MOM index as a novel approach
    to estimate uterine efficacy to nurture multiples: I. Triplets. Journal of Pediatric
    Research 2006;59:565-9.


55. Sharma PP, Salihu HM. Very low maternal age (10-14) and stillbirth phenotypes.
    Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2006;274:19-20


56. Salihu HM, Sharma PP, Kristensen S, Blot C, Alio AP, Ananth CV, Kirby RS. Risk of
    stillbirth following a cesarean section: Black-white disparity. Obstetrics & Gynecology
    2006;107: 383-390.


57. Sharma PP, Salihu HM, Oyelese Y, Ananth CV, Kirby RS. Is race a determinant of
    stillbirth recurrence? Obstetrics & Gynecology 2006;107:391-397.


58. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Kirby RS. In utero tobacco exposure and fetal growth inhibition
    among twins. American Journal of Perinatology 2005;22:421-427.


59. Salihu HM, Garces I, Sharma PP, Kristensen S, Ananth CV, Kirby RS. Stillbirth and
    infant mortality among Hispanic singletons, twins and triplets in the United States.
    Obstetrics&Gynecology 2005;106:789-796.


60. Salihu HM, Mbuba CK, Aliyu MH. Mortality among Twins Born to Unmarried Teens
    in the United States. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2005;23:1-7
61. Salihu HM, Bekan B, Aliyu MH, Rouse DJ, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Perinatal mortality
    associated with abruptio placenta in singletons and multiples. American Journal of
    Obstetrics and Gynecology 2005;;193:198-203.


62. Salihu HM, McCainey TN, Williams AT, Aliyu MH, Dimmitt RA, Alexander GR.
    Intrauterine tobacco smoke exposure and hyaline membrane disease among triplets.
    Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2005;25:23-27.



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63. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Sedjro JE, Oluwatade OJ, Alexander GR. Teen twin pregnancies
    and fetal growth inhibition among Blacks and Whites. American Journal of
    Perinatology 2005;22:335-9.


64. Salihu HM, Fitzpatrick L, Aliyu MH. Racial disparity in fetal growth inhibition among
    singletons and multiples. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2005;193:198-
    203.


65. Salihu HM, Williams M, Emusu D. Perinatal Mortality in the Normal Siblings of
    Anomalous Triplets Obstetrics & Gynecology 2005;105:1419-29


66. Salihu HM, Emusu D, Aliyu Z, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Survival of “pre-viable”
    infants in the United States: Middle European Journal of Medicine 2005;117:324-332.


67. Gorrette N, Nabukera S, Salihu HM. The Abortion Paradox in Uganda: Fertility
    regulator or cause of maternal mortality. . Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    2005;25:776-780.


68. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Ehiri JE, Islam MA, Jolly PE. Extreme parity and risk
    of stillbirth. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2005;106:446-53


69. Alio AP, Salihu HM. Maternal determinants of pediatric preventive care utilization
    among Blacks and Whites. Journal of the National Medical Association 2005;97:792-7


70. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Ehiri JE, Islam MA, Jolly PE. Trends in birth across
    high parity groups by race/ethnicity and maternal age in the United States. J Natl Med
    Assoc 2005;97:799-804


71. Boulet S, Alexander GR, Salihu HM. Secular trends in c-section rates among
    macrosomic deliveries in the United States, 1989-2000. Journal of Perinatology
    2005;25:569-76.
72. Chalo RN, Salihu HM, Nabukera S, Zirabamuzale C. Referral of high-risk pregnant
    mothers by trained TBAs in Buikwe county, Uganda. Journal of Obstetrics and
    Gynaecology2005;25:554-7.


73. Emusu D, Salihu HM, Aliyu ZY, Pierre-Louis BJ, Druschel CM, Kirby RS. Gastroschisis,
    low maternal age, and fetal morbidity outcomes. Birth Defect Research 2005;73:649-654.



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74. Ananth CV, Smulian JC, Srinivas N, Getahun D, Salihu HM. Risk of infant mortality
    among twins in relation to Placental abruption: Contributions of preterm birth and
    restricted fetal growth. Twin Research and Human Genetics 2005; 8:524-531.


75. Kirby RS, Salihu HM. The contribution of birth weight and birth weight characteristics
    to developmental outcome. Am J Perinatol 2005;22:227-9.


76. Salihu HM, Emusu D, Aliyu ZY, Pierre-Louis BJ, Druschel CM, Kirby RS.
    Omphalocele, advanced maternal age and fetal morbidity outcomes. American Journal
    of Medical Genetics 2005;135A:161-165.


77. Salihu HM, Bagchi S, Aliyu ZY, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Advanced maternal age and
    fetal growth inhibition of triplets. Journal of Reproductive Medicine 2005;50:319-326.


78. Salihu HM, Mardenbrough-Gumbs WS, Sedjro JE, Aliyu MH, Pierre-Louis BJ, Kirby
    RS, Alexander GR. Influence of Nativity on Neonatal Survival of Black Twins in the
    United States. Ethnicity & Disease 2005;15:276-282.


79. Salihu HM, M. Nicole Shumpert, Aliyu MH, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Smoking-
    associated fetal morbidity among older gravidas: a population study. Acta Obstetricia
    et Gynecologica Scandinavica 2005;84:329-334.


80. Salihu HM, Aliyu HM, Akintobi TH, Bosny JPL, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The impact
    of advanced maternal age (40 years) on birth outcomes among triplets: a population
    study. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 2005;271:132-137.


81. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Ehiri JE, Islam MA, Jolly PE. High parity and fetal
    morbidity outcomes. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2005;105:1045-51.


82. Aliyu MH, Jolly PE, Ehiri J, Salihu HM. High parity and adverse birth outcomes.
    Exploring the maze. Birth 2005 32:45-59.
83. Naik E, Karpur A, Taylor R, Ramaswami B, Ramachandra S, Balasubramaniam S,
    Galwankar S, Sinnott J, Nabukera S Salihu HM. Rural Indian Tribal Communities: An
    Emerging High-risk Group for HIV/AID. BMC Int Health Hum Rights. 2005 ;21:5(1):1


84. Jaquet D, Shailender S, Alexander GR, Czernichow P, Collin D, Salihu HM, Kirby RS,
    Lévy-Marchal C. Significant paternal contribution to the risk of small-for-gestational
    age. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2005;112:153-159.


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85. Alexander GR, Wingate MS, Salihu H, Kirby RS. Fetal and neonatal mortality risks of
    multiple births. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America 2005;32:1-16.


86. Alexander MR, Salihu HM, Dwight RJ. Survival of Triplets Born to United States
    Teenagers. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;191;2097-102.


87. Salihu HM, Kinniburgh, Aliyu MH, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Racial disparity in
    stillbirth among singleton, twin and triplet gestations in the United States. Obstetrics &
    Gynecology 2004;104:734-40.


88. Salihu HM, Emusu D, Aliyu ZY, Pierre-Louis BJ, Druschel CM, Kirby RS. Mode of
    delivery and neonatal survival of infants with isolated gastroschisis: a population
    study. Obstetrics & Gynecology 2004;104:678-83.


89. Chatman LM, Salihu HM, Roofe MEA, Wheatle P, Henry D, Jolly P. Influence of
    Knowledge and attitudes on exclusive breastfeeding practice among rural Jamaican
    mothers. Birth 2004;31:265-271.


90. Salihu HM, Chatman LM, Alio AP, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Single motherhood and
    neonatal survival of twins among Blacks and Whites. Journal of the National Medical
    Association 2004;12:1618-1625


91. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Blankson ML, Alexander GR Keith L. Advanced maternal age,
    premature rupture of membranes and risk estimates of mortality among triplets.
    Journal of Reproductive medicine 2004;49:721-726


92. Boulet SL, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. Mode of delivery and birth outcomes of
    macrosomic infants: A systematic review. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
    2004;24:622-629.
93. Salihu HM, Aliyu ZY, Pierre-Louis BJ, Obuseh F, Druschel CM, Kirby RS. Omphalocele
    and gastroschisis: Black-White disparity in infant survival. Birth Defects Research
    2004;70:586-591.


94. Boy A, Salihu HM. Intimate partner violence and birth outcomes: A systematic review.
    International Journal of Fertility and Women’s Medicine 2004;49:159-163.




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95. Salihu HM, Spittle R. Tuberculosis among foreign-born children in the State of Florida:
    A re-emergence phase after a sustained decline, 1993-1999? International Journal of
    Fertility and Women’s Medicine 2004;49:167-175.


96. Aliyu MH, Aliyu SH, Salihu HM. Tuberculosis and HIV-Coinfection: A symbiotic
    relationship. International Journal of Fertility and Women’s Medicine 2004;49:176-190
    (Invited paper).


97. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM. Female genital tuberculosis---a review. International Journal of
    Fertility and Women’s Medicine 2004;49:123-136.


98. Salihu HM, McCainey TN, Aliyu MH. Maternal smoking and respiratory distress
    syndrome among triplets. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics
    2004;86:44-45


99. Aliyu ZY, Yousif SB, Plantholt K, Plantholt S, Salihu HM. Assessing compliance of
    cardiologist with the National Cholesterol Education Program (CEP) III Guidelines in
    an ambulatory care setting. Lipids, Health & Disease 2004;12:1-4.


100. Salihu HM, Emusu D, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Low maternal age and neonatal
     survival of extremely preterm twins (20-28weeks). Obstetrics and Gynecology
     2004;103:1246-54.


101. Salihu HM, Adamu YM, Aliyu ZY, Aliyu MH. Pregnancy-associated morbidity in
     Northern Nigeria. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004;24:367-371.


102. Aliyu SH, Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Parmar S, Curran MD. Rapid detection and
     quantitation of Hepatitis B virus DNA by Real-Time PCR using a new fluorescent
     (FRET) detection system. Journal of Clinical Virology 2004;30:191-5.


103. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Rouse DJ, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The association of parity
     with mortality outcomes among triplets. American Journal of Obstetrics and
     Gynecology 2004;190:784-789


104. Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Aliyu MH, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR.
     Stillbirths and infant deaths associated with maternal smoking among mothers aged
     40 years: a population study. American Journal of Perinatology 2004;21:121-129




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105. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Alexander RS, Kirby RS. Effect of advanced maternal age on
     early mortality among quadruplets and quintuplets. American Journal of Obstetrics
     and Gynecology 2004;190:383-388.

106. Salihu HM, Williams AT, McCainey TN, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Early mortality
     among triplets in the United States: Black-White disparity. American Journal of
     Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;190:477-484


107. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Alexander GR. The relationship between paternal age and early
     mortality of triplets in the United States. American Journal of Perinatology 2004;21:99-
     107.


108. Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. Premature rupture of membranes and early
     mortality among triplets in the United States. European Journal of Obstetrics &
     Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 2004;112:36-42


109. Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Ding H, Alexander GR. Early mortality in twin pregnancies
     complicated by premature rupture of membranes in the United States. Journal of
     Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004;24:233-238


110. Ray AM and Salihu HM. The impact of maternal mortality interventions using
     traditional birth attendants and village midwives. Journal of Obstetrics and
     Gynaecology 2004;24;5-11

111. Shumpert MN, Salihu HM, Kirby RS. Impact of maternal anemia on birth outcomes of
     teen twin pregnancies: A comparative analysis with mature young mothers. Journal of
     Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004;24:16-21

112. Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Aliyu MH, Kouam L. Prune belly syndrome and associated
     malformations: a 13-year experience in a developing country. West Indian Medical
     Journal 2003;52:281-284
113. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Kouam L. Eagle-Barrett Syndrome: Occurrence and Outcome.
     East African Medical Journal 2003;80:595-597.


114. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Rouse DJ, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Potentially preventable
     excess mortality among higher-order multiples. Obstetrics and Gynecology
     2003;102:679-684.




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115. Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Slay M, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Childbearing beyond
     maternal age 50 and fetal outcomes in the United States. Obstetrics and Gynecology
     2003;102:1006-14


116. Salihu HM, Spittle R. Tuberculosis among foreign-born children in the State of Florida:
     A re-emergence phase after a sustained decline, 1993-1999? Wien Klin Wochenschr
     (Middle European Journal of Medicine) 2003;115:641-647


117. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM. Tuberculosis and HIV disease: two decades of a dual epidemic.
     Wien Klin Wochenschr (Middle European Journal of Medicine) 2003;115:685-697


118. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Ratard R. Characteristics associated with reported sputum-
     culture conversion in the era of re-emergent Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the State of
     North Carolina, 1993-1998. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
     2003;7:1070-1076.


119. Salihu HM, Bosny J P-L, Druschel C, Kirby RS. Omphalocele and gastroschisis in the
     State of New York, 1992-1999. Birth Defects Research 2003;67:630-636.


120. Adamu YM, Salihu HM, Sathiakumar N, Alexander GR. Maternal mortality in Kano
     State, Nigeria. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
     2003;109:153-159


121. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Bosny JPL, Alexander GR. Levels of excess infant deaths
     attributable to maternal smoking during pregnancy in the United States. Maternal and
     Child Health Journal 2003;7:219-227

122. Salihu HM, Nnedu ON, Karita E, Jolly PE. Predictors of HIV seropositivity following
     intrapartum voluntary counseling and testing among Rwandan women. Journal of
     Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2003;23:632-636
123. Salihu HM, Alexander MR, Shumpert MN, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Infant
     mortality among twins born to teenagers in the United States: Black-White disparity.
     Journal of Reproductive Medicine 2003;48:257-267


124. Salihu HM, Li Q, Rouse DJ, Alexander G. Placenta previa: Neonatal mortality after live
     births in the United States. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
     2003;188:1305-1309.




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125. Salihu HM, Aliyu MH. Sperm retrieval in infertile males: Comparison between
     testicular sperm extraction and testicular sperm aspiration techniques. Wien Klin
     Wochenschr (Middle European Journal of Medicine) 2003;115:370-379.


126. Boulet S, Alexander GR, Salihu HM, Pass MA. Macrosomic births in the United States:
     Determinants, outcomes and proposed grades of risk. American Journal of Obstetrics
     and Gynecology 2003;188:1372-1378.


127. Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Ratard R. HIV infection and Sputum-culture conversion in
     patients diagnosed with Mycobacterium tuberculosis: a population-based study. Wien
     Klin Wochenschr (Middle European Journal of Medicine) 2003;115(10):340-346.


128. Kowalczyk J, Jolly P, Karita E, Nyaberere J, Salihu HM. Voluntary counseling and
     testing for HIV among pregnant women in Kigali, Rwanda. Journal of the Acquired
     Immune Deficiency Syndrome 2002;31:408-415.


129. Adamu YM, Salihu HM. Barriers to the use of antenatal and obstetric services in rural
     Kano, Nigeria. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2002;22:600-603.


130. Salihu HM, Boos R, Schmidt W. Omphalocele and gastroschisis. Journal of Obstetrics
     and Gynaecology 2002;22:489-492.


131. Salihu HM, Naik EG, Tchuinguem G, Bosny JLP, Dagne G. Weekly chloroquine
     prophylaxis and the effect on maternal hemoglobin status at delivery. Tropical
     Medicine and International Health 2002;7:29-34.


132. Salihu HM, Boos R, Tchuinguem G, Schmidt W. Prenatal diagnosis of translocation and
     a single pericentric inversion 9: the value of fetal ultrasound. Journal of Obstetrics and
     Gynaecology 2001:21;474-477.


133. Salihu HM, Naik E. Are women smokers more susceptible to tobacco carcinogens than
     men smokers? Florida Journal of Public Health 2001;12:9-11


134. Salihu HM, Naik E, O’Brien WF, Dagne G, Ratard R, Mason T. Tuberculosis in North
     Carolina: Trends across two decades. Emerging Infectious Diseases 2001;7(3 suppl):570-
     574


135. Kouam L, Salihu HM and Boyom F. The value of ultrasound measurements in the
     Cameroonian child. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2000;20:385-388



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136. Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Ratard R. Effect of chloroquine prophylaxis on birthweight
     and malaria parasite among pregnant women delivering in a regional hospital in
     Cameroon. West Indian Medical Journal 2000;49:143-147


137. Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Ratard R. Prune Belly syndrome co-existing with the
     VACTERL-complex in the background of antenatal ingestion of traditional concoction.
     Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2000;20:95-96


138. Salihu HM, Kamdom-Moyo J. Primary ovarian pregnancy: a rare and often missed
     diagnosis. Tropical Doctor 2000;30:35-36


139. Kouam L, Kamdom - Moyo J, Ngassa P, Doh AS, Salihu HM. Management of ectopic
     pregnancy by laparotomy and subsequent fertility. Journal of Obstetrics and
     Gynaecology 1998;18(2):169-170


140. Kouam L, Kamdom-Moyo J, Doh AS, Ngassa P, Salihu HM. Outcome of twin deliveries
     at the University Teaching Hospital, Yaounde, Cameroon. A 15-year experience. Journal
     of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1998;18:340-344.


141. Salihu HM, Boos R, Schmidt W. Antenatally detectable markers for the diagnosis of
     autosomally trisomic fetuses in at-risk pregnancies. American Journal of Perinatology
     1997;14:257-261


142. Salihu HM, Boos R, Schmidt W. A report of 158 cases of transcervical chorionic villus
     sampling. Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics 1997;259:91-95


143. Salihu HM: Genetic counseling among Muslims: questions remain unanswered. Lancet
     1997 ;350 :1035-1036
144. Salihu HM, Boos R, Schmidt W. Second and third trimester placental sampling: the
     benefits outweigh the pitfalls. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1996;16:321-325.


145. Aliyu MH, Alio AP, Lynch O, Mbah A, Salihu HM. Maternal pre-gravid body weight
     and risk for placental abruption among twin pregnancies. Journal of Maternal Fetal and
     Neonatal Medicine (in press).

146. Alio AP, Daley EM, Nana PN, Jing D, Salihu HM. Intimate Partner Violence and
     Contraception Use among Women in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal of
     Gynecology and Obstetrics (in press).



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147. Luke S, Salihu HM, Alio AP, Mbah AK, Jeffers D, Lo Berry E, Mishkit VR. Risk factors
     for major antenatal depression among low income African American women. Journal of
     Women’s Health (Accepted).

148. Aliyu MH, Luke S, Kristensen S, Alio AP, Salihu HM. The joint effect of obesity and
     teenage pregnancy on the risk of preeclampsia: a population-based study. Journal of
     Adolescent Health (Accepted).

149. Alio AP, Richman AR, Jeffers DF, Wathington DJ, Salihu HM. An Ecological Approach
     to Understanding Black-White Disparities in Perinatal Mortality. Maternal and Child
     Health Journal (Accepted)

150. Russell Z, Salihu HM, Alio AP, Lynch O, Belogolovkin V. The impact of pre-pregnancy
     body mass index on pregnancy outcomes in triplet gestations. American Journal of
     Perinatology (Accepted)

151. Deutsch AB, Lynch O, Alio AP, Salihu HM, Spellacy WN. Increased Risk of Placental
     Abruption in Underweight Women, and its Potential Reduction with Adequate Weight
     Gain in Pregnancy. American Journal of Perinatology (Accepted).

152. Alio AP, Richman AR, Jeffers DF, Wathington DJ, Salihu HM The Impact of Paternal
     Involvement and Race on Birth Outcomes: a review of the literature. Maternal and
     Child Health Journal (Accepted)

153.




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Manuscript under review:

   1. Aliyu MH, Wilson RE, Salihu HM, Alio AP, Chakrabarty S, Kirby RS. Prenatal smoking
      among teens and risk of stillbirth during labor. Australian New Zealand Journal of
      Obstetrics and Gynecology

   2. Salihu HM, Wilson RE, Alio AP, Kirby RS. Obesity and risk of stillbirth in singletons
      and multiples. Obstetrics & Gynecology

   3. Iliyasu Z , Abubakar IS, Kabir M, Aliyu MH, Wilson RE, Salihu HM. Fertility
      Behaviour and Predictors of Child Gender Preference among Married Men in Northern
      Nigeria. West Indian Medical Journal.

   4. Salihu HM, Ibrahimou B, Dagne GA. Am I a twin or a singleton? Intra-uterine exposure
      to dual fetal programming sequences among surviving co-twins. American Journal of
      Human Biology

   5. Salihu HM, Richman AR. Epidemiology of fetal growth. European Journal of Obstetrics
      and Gynecology & Reproductive Biology.


   6. Aliyu MH, Alio AP, Salihu HM. To breastfeed or not to breastfeed: a review of the
      impact of lactational exposure to Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) on infants. Journal of
      Environmental Health

   7. Aliyu MH, Luke S, Saidu R, Alio AP, Salihu HM, Belogolovkin V. Obesity in older
      mothers, gestational weight gain, and risk estimates for preterm phenotypes. Obstetrics
      and Gynecology (under review).




Service on committees of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB):
       2004-         Committee on Affirmative Action

Service on School Committees (UAB):
       2002-04      Faculty Affairs Committee (for promotion and tenure).
       2004-        Chair, Committee for the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
       2004-        Affirmative Action Officer, School of Public Health, UAB

Service on Departmental Committees (USF):
       2006-: Curriculum Committee


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       2006-: Doctoral Committee




Doctoral Dissertation Committee (UAB&USF):
      Student: Muktar H. Aliyu
      Topic: The relationship between hyperfertility (parity≥15) and fetal outcomes
      Year: 2005
      Role: Member

       Student: Sheree Boulet
       Topic: The relative risk of mortality associated with the 10 th percentile of birth weight for
       gestational age among singleton infants born to US resident mothers, 1995-1999
       Year: 2005
       Role: Member

       Student: Sibylle Kristensen
       Topic: Small for gestational age and survival across plurality sub-types
       Year: 2006
       Role: Major Professor

       Student: Darren Porter
       Topic:
       Year: 2004
       Role: Member

       Student: Sarah Nabukera
       Topic: Advanced maternal age, inter-pregnancy intervals and adverse birth outcomes
       Year: 2007
       Role: Member


       Student: Jennifer L. Kornosky
       Topic: Prenatal smoking, DNA hypo-methylation and fetal IUGR
       Year: 2009
       Role: Major Professor

       Student: Armando Hoare
       Topic: Parametric, non-parametric and statistical modeling of stony coral reef data
       Year: April, 2008
       Role: Chairperson




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      Student: Hetaher Clayton
      Topic: Cesarean section and preterm births in the State of Florida
      Year: 2009
      Role: Co-Major Professor


Doctoral Comprehensive Exam Committee (UAB):
      Student: Kecia Harris
      Year: March, 2002
      Role: Member

      Student: Martha Slay
      Year: November, 2002
      Role: Member

      Student: Sheree Boulet
      Year: 2004
      Role: Member

      Student: Donath Emusu
      Year: 2005
      Role: Chair

Sponsorship and/Mentorship for postgraduate degree:

   1994-1998
   Level: Residents and medical students
   Type: Supervision and advisement
   Institution: University of Saarland, Homburg/Saar, Germany.


                                               List:
                          1. Dott Sozzi Leo
                          2. Conni Hoenle
                          3. Rose steinberg
                          4. Rainer Wagner
                          5. Frau Dietz
                          6. Viola Pöschel
                          7. Temfack Tamewu
                          8. Nkeme Esther
Results: They have all graduated as MDs.

1998-2001



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9. Amanda Persad. Doctoral student (PhD in Epidemiology)
Institution: University of South Florida
Result: Abstract titled: Salihu HM, Persad A. Differential misclassification bias resulting
from sampling error during testicular aspiration (TESA) and sensitivity attenuation in
comparison to testicular sperm extraction (TESE) in non-obstructive azoospermic patients.
HSC Research day. 2000.
Year of graduation: Spring 2002.

10. Rizwana Khan. Masters Student (MPH in Epidemiology)
Institution: University of South Florida
Year of graduation: Fall 2002.
Result: Thesis titled: Epidemiology of hepatitis A virus in Florida.
Now working with the CDC

11. Robyn Spittle. Masters Student (MPH in Epidemiology)
Institution: University of South Florida
Year of graduation:
Result: Thesis titled: The Epidemiology of tuberculosis in foreign-born versus US-born
children less than 15 years of age in the State of Florida, 1993-1999.

One journal article: Salihu HM, Spittle R. Tuberculosis among foreign-born children in the
State of Florida: A re-emergence phase after a sustained decline, 1993-1999? Middle
European Journal of Medicine.

12. Bosny Pierre-Louis (MPH in Biostatistics)
Institution: University of South Florida
Year of graduation: 2001.
Result: Four Published articles and one under review.

Salihu HM, Naik EG, Tchuinguem G, Bosny JLP, Dagne G. Weekly chloroquine prophylaxis
and the effect on maternal hemoglobin status at delivery. Tropical Medicine and
International Health 2002;7:29-34.

Salihu HM, Alexander MR , Shumpert MN, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Infant mortality
among twins born to teenagers in the United States: Black-White disparity. Journal of
Reproductive Medicine 2003;48:257-267

Salihu HM, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Level of excess infant deaths attributable to
maternal smoking during pregnancy differs by race and ethnicity in the United States.
Maternal and Child Health Journal 2003;7:219-227




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Salihu HM, Bosny J P-L, Druschel C, Kirby RS.Omphalocele and gastroschisis in the State of
New York, 1992-1999. Birth Defects Research 2003;67:630-636

Salihu HM, Aliyu HM, Spittle R, Bosny JPL, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The impact of
advanced maternal age (40 years) on birth outcomes among triplets: a population study.
Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics (under review)

13. Tchuinguem Gisele (MD)
Type: Post-doctoral supervision + advisement
Institution: Ministry of Public Health, Cameroon
Year of graduation: 1997
Result: Four peer-reviewed journal articles published listed below:

Salihu HM, Naik EG, Tchuinguem G, Bosny JLP, Dagne G. Weekly chloroquine
prophylaxis and the effect on maternal hemoglobin status at delivery. Tropical Medicine
and International Health 2002;7:29-34.

Salihu HM, Boos R, Tchuinguem G, Schmidt W. Prenatal diagnosis of translocation and a
single pericentric inversion 9: the value of fetal ultrasound. Journal of Obstetrics and
Gynaecology 2001:21;474-477.

Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Ratard R. Prune Belly syndrome co-existing with the
VACTERL-complex in the background of antenatal ingestion of traditional concoction.
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2000;20:95-96

Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Ratard R. Effect of chloroquine prophylaxis on birthweight and
malaria parasite among pregnant women delivering in a regional hospital in Cameroon.
West Indian Journal of Medicine 2000;49:143-147.


2001-present

                                            List:
14. Adamu Yusuf (PhD Fulbright fellow)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham and Bayero University, Nigeria.
Year of graduation: July 2002.
Result: Two peer-reviewed journal articles published:

Adamu YM, Salihu HM, Sathiakumar N, Alexander GR. Maternal mortality in Kano State,
Nigeria. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
2003;109:153-159




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Adamu YM, Salihu HM. Barriers to the use of antenatal and obstetric services in rural Kano,
Nigeria. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2002;22:600-603.



15. Kowalczyk Jeamese (MPH in International Health)
Type: Mentorship
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Year of graduation: Summer 2001.
Result: one peer-reviewed journal article published:

Kowalczyk J, Jolly P, Karita E, Nyaberere J, Salihu HM. Voluntary counseling and testing
for HIV among pregnant women in Kigali, Rwanda. Journal of the Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome2002;31:408-415


16. Nicole Shumpert (MPH in Maternal and Child Health)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Year of graduation: Spring 2003. Now working with the CDC as Fellow.
Result: Four manuscripts accepted for publication, one published and one under review as
follows:

Salihu HM, Alexander MR, Shumpert MN, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Infant mortality
among twins born to teenagers in the United States: Black-White disparity. Journal of
Reproductive Medicine 2003;48:257-267.

Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Smoking during
pregnancy among gravidas aged 40 years and above and its effect on infant survival.
American Journal of Perinatology . 2004;21:121-129

Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Slay M, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Childbearing beyond
maternal age 50 and fetal outcomes in the United States. Obstetrics and Gynecology
2003;102:1006-14


Shumpert MN, Salihu HM, Kirby RS. Impact of maternal anemia on birth outcomes of teen
twin pregnancies: A comparative analysis with mature young mothers. Journal of Obstetrics
and Gynaecology 2004;24:16-21

Salihu HM, M. Shumpert MN, Aliyu MH, Alexander RS, Kirby RS Smoking-associated fetal
morbidity among older gravidas: a population study. British Journal of Obstetrics and
Gynaecology (under review)




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Abstract: Shumpert MN, Salihu HM, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The effect of
smoking on infant survival among gravidas at least 40 years old. MCH Conference,
Clearwater, Florida, 2002

17. Monica Alexander (MPH in Maternal and Child Health)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Expected Year of graduation: Spring 2003.
Result: Two manuscripts and an abstract. They are:

Salihu HM, Alexander MR , Shumpert MN, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Infant mortality
among twins born to teenagers in the United States: Black-White disparity. Journal of
Reproductive Medicine 2003;48:257-267.

Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Smoking during
pregnancy among gravidas aged 40 years and above and its effect on infant survival.
American Journal of Perinatology 2004;21:121-129.

Abstract: Alexander MR, Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The effect of
smoking on infant survival among gravidas at least 40 years old. MCH Conference,
Clearwater, Florida, 2002 (presented).



18. Qing Li (DrPH in Maternal and Child Health)
Type: Mentorship
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Expected Year of graduation: 2005.
Result: One manuscript as follows:

Salihu HM, Li Q, Rouse DJ, Alexander G. Placenta previa: neonatal mortality following live
births in the United States. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003;188:1305-
1309.


19. Sibylle Kristensen (DrPH in Maternal and Child Health)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Expected Year of graduation: 2005.
Result: Two manuscripts as follows:

Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. Premature rupture of membranes and early
mortality among triplets in the United States. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology
and Reproductive Biology 2004;112:36-42




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Kristensen S, Salihu HM, Ding H, Alexander GR. Early mortality in twin pregnancies
complicated by premature rupture of membranes in the United States. Journal of Obstetrics
and Gynaecology 2004;24:233-238

20. Donath Emusu (DrPH in Maternal and Child Health)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Expected Year of graduation: 2006.
Result: One manuscript as follows:

Salihu HM, Emusu D, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Low maternal age and neonatal survival of
extremely preterm twins (20-28weeks). Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;103:1246-54.

21. Muktar Aliyu (DrPH in International Health)
Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Expected Year of graduation: 2005.
Result: Several manuscripts with selected ones as follows:

Salihu HM, Emusu D, Aliyu MH, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Low maternal age and neonatal
survival of extremely preterm twins (20-28weeks). Obstetrics and Gynecology
2004;103:1246-54.

Aliyu SH, Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Parmar S, Curran MD. Rapid detection and quantitation
of Hepatitis B virus DNA by Real-Time PCR using a new fluorescent (FRET) detection
system. Journal of Clinical Virology 2004;30:191-5.

Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Rouse DJ, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. The association of parity with
mortality outcomes among triplets. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
2004;190:784-789


Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Aliyu MH, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Stillbirths
and infant deaths associated with maternal smoking among mothers aged 40 years: a
population study. American Journal of Perinatology 2004;21:121-129


Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Alexander RS, Kirby RS. Effect of advanced maternal age on early
mortality among quadruplets and quintuplets. American Journal of Obstetrics and
Gynecology 2004;190:383-388.

Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Alexander GR. The relationship between paternal age and early
mortality of triplets in the United States. American Journal of Perinatology 2004;21:99-107.




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   Salihu HM, Tchuinguem G, Aliyu MH, Kouam L. Prune belly syndrome and associated
   malformations: a 13-year experience in a developing country. West Indian Medical Journal
   2003;52:281-284

   Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Kouam L. Eagle-Barrett Syndrome: Occurrence and Outcome. East
   African Medical Journal 2003;80:595-597.

   Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Rouse DJ, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Potentially preventable excess
   mortality among higher-order multiples. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003;102:679-684.

   Aliyu MH, Salihu HM. Tuberculosis and HIV disease: two decades of a dual epidemic.
   Wien Klin Wochenschr (Middle European Journal of Medicine) 2003;115:685-697

   Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Ratard R. Characteristics associated with reported sputum-culture
   conversion in the era of re-emergent Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the State of North
   Carolina, 1993-1998. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 2003;7:1070-
   1076.


   21. Alison Ray (MPH in International Health)
   Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
   Expected Year of graduation: 2003.
   Result: One manuscript as follows:


   Ray AM and Salihu HM. The impact of maternal mortality interventions using traditional
   birth attendants and village midwives. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2004;24;5-11

   22. Obinna Nnedu (School of Medicine, MD/MPH program)
   Type: Mentorship
   Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham.
   Expected Year of graduation: 2004.
   Result: One manuscript as follows:

   Salihu HM, Nnedu ON, Karita E, Jolly PE. Predictors of HIV seropositivity following
   intrapartum voluntary counseling and testing among Rwandan women. Journal of
   Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2003;23:632-636


Teaching Responsibilities

   Courses developed and taught




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MCH 714: Secondary Data Analysis for Public Health Practitioners
Institution: Department of Maternal and Child Health, University of Alabama at
Birmingham.

MCH 710: Perinatal Epidemiology
Institution: Department of Maternal and Child Health, University of Alabama at
Birmingham.

EPB PHC 6053: Epidemiological methods 1
Institution: Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of South Florida.


Fetal ultrasound survey
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Use of doppler ultrasound in high-risk pregnancies.
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Non-invasive techniques for the detection of fetal malformations.
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, placental biopsy.
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.


Principles of cordocentesis and fetal intravascular blood transfusions.
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Principles and conduct of genetic counseling
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Basic chromosomal analysis: laboratory techniques and interpretations.
Institution: Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Homburg/Saar,
Germany.

Student advisees:




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Student              Degree        Year of graduation

Isabel C. Graces     MPH           2004 (UAB)

Aimee Marcich        MPH           2003 (UAB)

Leia Chatman         MPH           2004 (UAB)

Sarah Nabukerah      MPH           2008 (UAB)

Sarkar Deboshree     MPH           2004 (UAB)

Cooper Ayoka         MPH           2005 (UAB)

Bossa Marie Sonie    MPH           2004 (UAB)

Lauren Seto          MPH           2005 (UAB)

Mediatrix Mbamalu    MPH           2005 (UAB)

Puza P. Sharma       DrPH          2007 (UAB)

Sibylle Kristensen   DrPH          2006 (UAB)

Sarah Nabukera       DrPH          2007 (UAB)

Aurea Navarro        PhD           2010 (USF)

Jennifer Kornosky    PhD           2009 (USF)

Wilson Roneé         PhD           2010

Sabrina Luke         MPH           2008

Talat Almukhtar      MPH           2009

Joshua Digennaro     MPH           2010

Priyeshkumar Patel   MPH           2009

Kathryn Regiec       MPH           2010



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Laura Connell                   MPH                               2010

Omiwade Oluwatoke               MPH                               2010

Samantha Jones                  MPH                               2010




Grant support:
   Granting Institution: Flight Attendants Medical Research Institute, USA
   Effort: 50% salary coverage (in addition to indirect costs).
   Title of grant proposal: Effect of second-hand smoking on fetal body and brain size
   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 550, 500 US dollars.
   Duration: 2003-2009.



   Granting Institution: Kellog Foundation
   Effort: 10-15%
   Title of grant proposal: Black Infant Health Community Collaborative
   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 254,000 US dollars.
   Duration: 2008-2009.
   Results: Ongoing

   Granting Institution: Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of health
   and Human Services
   Effort: 10%
   Title of grant proposal: Evaluation of Federal healthy Start
   Principal Investigator: Lo Berry
   Role: Epidemiologist
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 1, 000, 500 US dollars.
   Duration: 2008-2009.
   Results: Ongoing

   Granting Institution: Florida Department of Health
   Effort: 10% salary coverage
   Title of grant proposal: Florida Black Infant Health Collaborative


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   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Amount: 100,000 US dollars.
   Duration: 2008.
   Results: Ongoing

Granting Institution: NIH/NICHD (NICHD Contract HHSN275200800002C)

   Title of grant proposal: The National Children’s Study : Multi-Center Study
   Role: Epidemiologist/Consultant
   Effort: 2%
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 28.8 million US dollars.
   Duration: 5 years (2008-2013)


   Granting Institution: Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration
   Effort: 25%
   Title of grant proposal: Medicaid Maternal and Child health Program
   Principal Investigator: Ed Feaver
   Role: Epidemiologist
   Amount: 650, 000 US dollars.
   Duration: Completed in June 2008.


   Granting Institution: National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH.
   Title of grant proposal: International Clinical Research and Management Training Program
   Principal Investigator: Eric Chamot
   Role: Consultant (25% salary coverage)
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 5,000,000 US dollars (both direct and indirect).
   Duration: 5 years (2003-2008)
   Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
   Results: Completed

   Granting Institution: Council on African American Affairs
   Title of grant proposal: Improving African American Children’s Access to Preventive Health
   Care
   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Nature: Nationally competitive.
   Effort: 2%
   Amount: 92,383 US dollars (Direct and indirect costs).
   Duration: 2003-2006.
   Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham



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Results: Completed

Granting Institution: National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH.
Effort: 5% salary coverage
Title of grant proposal: UAB AIDS/HIV International Training & Research Program,
NIH/Fogarty
Principal Investigator: Sten Vermund
Role: Investigator
Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
Amount: 4,558,670 US dollars (both direct and indirect).
Duration: 5 years (2000-2005)
Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Results: Completed

Granting Institution: Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)
Title of grant proposal: Education for Maternal and Child Health Leadership at the
University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Principal Investigator: Greg Alexander
Role: Expert/Investigator/Trainer
Effort: 10%
Duration: 2002-2003 = 10%
            2003-Present = 0%
Nature: National and peer-reviewed.
Amount: 1,800,000 US dollars.
Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Result: Completed

Granting Institution: Maternal and Child Health Bureau
Title of grant proposal: Sickle cell disease community programs
Principal Investigator: Joseph Telfair
Role: Statistician
Effort: 5-10%
Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
Amount: 283,608 US dollars.
Duration: 2002-2003
Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham
Results: Completed.



 Granting Institution: DAAD (German Academic Exchange Program), Bonn, Germany.
Title of grant proposal: Antenatal diagnosis of fetal anomalies: the value of non-invasive
and invasive procedures.
Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu



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Nature: Internationally competitive and peer-reviewed training grant.
Amount: 70,880 US dollars (Direct costs only).
Duration: 3 years (1993-1996)
Grantee Institution: Homburg/Saar University Women's Hospital, Germany.
Results: 5 peer-reviewed journal articles published from the completed work (see list of
peer-reviewed articles).



Granting Institution: Institute for Tropical Medicine, Heidelberg, Germany.
Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
Nature: Training, competitive but non-peer-reviewed grant.
Amount: 18,504 US dollars (Both direct and indirect costs).
Duration: 3 months (January 1996 to March 1996)
Grantee Institution: University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
Results: Training completed.

13. Granting Institution: Ministry of Public Health, Cameroon
Title of grant proposal: Utility of chloroquine prophylaxis during pregnancy.
Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
Nature: Nationally competitive, peer-reviewed grant.
Amount: 25,000 US dollars (Total including partial salary support).
Duration: 2 years (1997-1998)
Grantee Institution: Maternité Chantal Biya, Ebolowa Provincial Hospital, Cameroon.
Results: Completed. 2 peer-reviewed journal articles published from the completed work
(see list of peer-reviewed articles).

Granting Institution: IDB Bank, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Title of grant proposal: HIV and tuberculosis (topic modified twice).
Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
Nature: Internationally competitive and peer-reviewed research and training grant.
Amount: 223,515 US dollars total (including 100% salary support).
Duration: 3 years (1998-2001)
Grantee Institution: Government of Cameroon. The study was, however, conducted in
Florida, and the data fetched from North Carolina.
Results: Completed. 5 peer-reviewed journal articles published from the completed work
(see list of peer-reviewed articles).


Granting Institution: World Health Organization.
Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
Effort: No salary coverage
Nature: Research grant. Peer-reviewed.
Amount: 15,000 US dollars (Both direct and indirect costs).



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Duration: Two years
Grantee Institution: University of South Florida.
Results: Completed

Granting Institution: NIH/NICHD
Title of grant proposal: The Natural History of CMV-Related Hearing Loss and the
Feasibility of CMV Screening as an Adjunct to Hearing Screening in the Newborn. Principal
Investigator: Multi-Center Study
Nature: Unique award
Role: Epidemiologist
Effort: 15%; now 0%
Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed, single award.
Amount: 15.6 million US dollars.
Duration: 7 years (2005-2012)
Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham and other institutions.
Results: On-going




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Pending

   Granting Institution: NIH
   Title of grant proposal: Reduction of HIV/AIDS related stigma in Kumasi, Ghana.Principal
   Investigator: Pauline Jolly
   Role: Statistician
   Effort: 10%
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 1,000,000 US dollars.
   Duration: 4 years
   Grantee Institution: University of Alabama at Birmingham



   Granting Institution: Global Forum for Health Research
   Title of grant proposal: A follow-up study of pregnancy and neonatal outcomes related to
   low birth weight in Udupi district, india.Principal Investigator: Nagaraj Kondagunta
   Role: Co-PI
   Effort: 10%
   Nature: Internationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 100,000 US dollars.
   Duration: 2 years
   Grantee Institution: India/University of Alabama at Birmingham



   Granting Institution: Maternal and Child Health Bureau
   Title of grant proposal: Familial aggregation of childhood obesity in African Americans
   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Role: PI
   Effort: 18 %
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 1,118,473 US dollars.
   Duration: 2005-2009
   Grantee Institution: University of South Florida

   Granting Institution: NIH Director’s Award
   Title of grant proposal: Event Memory Hypothesis
   Principal Investigator: Hamisu Salihu
   Role: PI
   Effort: 75 %
   Nature: Nationally competitive, and peer-reviewed.
   Amount: 2.5 million US dollars.
   Duration: 2009-2014



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Grantee Institution: University of South Florida




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Abstracts and presentations

   Hammadeh, Stieber, Hamisu et al: The beneficial use of GnRHa compared to non-
   stimulation protocols in ICSI and normal IVF program. The Ovary: Regulation, dysfunction
   and treatment Jan. 1996, Florida. p.49

   Salihu HM. Chemosuppression of gestational malaria using chloroquine, and the effect on
   birthweight and parasite clearance in a region of malaria hyperendemicity, perennial and
   high plasmodium falciparum transmission. HSC Research day. 1999.

   Salihu HM. The first African case of prune belly syndrome associated with the VACTERL-
   COMPLEX following ingestion of traditional concoction in pregnancy. HSC Research day.
   1999.

   Salihu HM, Persad A. Differential misclassification bias resulting from sampling error
   during testicular aspiration (TESA) and sensitivity attenuation in comparison to testicular
   sperm extraction (TESE) in non-obstructive azoospermic patients. HSC Research day. 2000.

   Salihu HM. The efficacy of chloroquine propylaxis in reducing malaria-associated low birth
   weight. Association of Florida Epidemiologists Conference, 1999.

   Shumpert N, Salihu HM, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Impact of smoking
   during pregnancy on infant survival among gravidas aged 40 years and above. Eighth
   annual Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology (MCH EPI) Conference, December 11-13,
   2002.

   Alexander MR, Salihu HM, Shumpert NM, Bosny JPL, Alexander GR. Adolescent
   pregnancy, twining, and Black-White disparity in infant survival. Eighth annual Maternal
   and Child Health Epidemiology (MCH EPI) Conference, December 11-13, 2002.

   Shumpert N, Salihu HM, Alexander MR, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Advanced maternal age
   and the impact of smoking during pregnancy on infant survival. Society for Research on
   Nicotine and Tobacco Conference, New Orleans, March 2003

   Salihu HM, Shumpert Nicole, Alexander GR. In utero tobacco exposure and level of
   attributable risk for infant mortality by race and ethnicity in the United States. Society for
   Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Conference, New Orleans, March 2003

   O.N. Nnedu, S. Campbell-Forrester, J. Alexander, H. Salihu, P. Jolly. The Prevalence and
   Risk Factors associated with Acute Respiratory Infection in Children less than 5 years of age
   in St. James, Jamaica. Annual Minority Conference, Hawaii, March 2003.




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Salihu HM, Aliyu MH, Alexander GR. The relationship between paternal age and early
mortality of triplets in the United States. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology Meeting,
Atlanta, June 2003.


Salihu HM, Shumpert MN, Slay M, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Childbearing beyond
maternal age 50 and fetal outcomes in the United States. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology
Meeting, Atlanta, June 2003.


Salihu HM, Kristensen S, Aliyu MH, Alexander GR. Premature rupture of membranes and
early mortality among triplets in the United States. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology
Meeting, Atlanta, June 2003.


Williams AT, Salihu HM, McCainey TN, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Early mortality among
triplets in the United States: Black-White disparity. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology
Meeting, Atlanta, June 2003.

Salihu HM, Alexander MR , Shumpert MN, Pierre-Louis BJ, Alexander GR. Infant mortality
among twins born to teenagers in the United States: Black-White disparity. Society for
Perinatal Epidemiology Meeting, Atlanta, June 2003.

Keith L, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. The new reproductive paradox: Better neonatal
outcomes for older mothers of multiples. Multiple Births Conference, Lublin, Poland,
September, 2003.

Aliyu ZY, Salihu H. Solumedrol versus dexamethasone in acute exacerbations of chronic
obstructive lung diseases: The SOLVED STUDY. Southern Medical Association 98th annual
scientific assembly. 2004.


Aliyu ZY, Salihu H. Solumedrol versus dexamethasone in acute exacerbations of chronic
obstructive lung diseases: The SOLVED STUDY. American College of Physicians Maryland
Associates Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD, 2004

Aliyu ZY, Salihu H Solumedrol versus dexamethasone in acute exacerbations of chronic
obstructive lung diseases: The SOLVED STUDY. 44 th Maryland Thoracic society, Annual
Meeeting, 2004


Aliyu ZY, Salihu H. Effects of respiratory failure on tobacco cessation: The EFFORT study
Maryland Thoracic society, 44 th Annual Meeting, 2004



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Mitikiri N, Aliyu, ZY. Hamisu S. Cephalexin induced Henoch Scholein purpura. American
College of Physicians Maryland Associates Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD, 2004

H.M. Salihu, M.H. Aliyu, M.R. Alexander, D.J. Rouse, R.S. Kirby, G.R. Alexander. Survival
of Triplets Born to United States Teenagers. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology Meeting,
Salt Lake City, June 2004.


H.M. Salihu, M.H. Aliyu, R.S. Kirby, G.R. Alexander. Effect of advanced maternal age on
early mortality among quadruplets and quintuplets.

HM Salihu, WS Mardenbrough-Gumbs*, BJ Pierre-Louis, RS Kirby, GR Alexander. Nativity
and neonatal survival of Black twins.

H.M. Salihu, D. Emusu, Z.Y. Aliyu, B.J. Pierre-Louis, C.M. Druschel, R.S. Kirby.
Gastroschisis, Low Maternal Age, and Fetal Morbidity Outcomes”, poster presented by R.S.
Kirby at the annual meeting of the National Birth Defects Prevention Network, January 24-
26, 2004 in Scottsdale, AZ.

H.M. Salihu, S. Bagchi, A.Y. Aliyu, R.S. Kirby, G.R. Alexander. Advanced Maternal Age
and Fetal Growth Inhibition of Triplets”, , presented by S. Bagchi at the Tenth Annual
Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Conference, December 8-10, 2004 in Atlanta, GA

H.M. Salihu, Z.Y. Aliyu, B.J. Pierre-Louis, F.A.Obuseh, C.M. Druschel, R.S. Kirby.
Omphalocele and Gastroschisis: Black-White Disparity in Infant Survival”, presented by
R.S. Kirby at the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities Second
National Conference, July 26-28, 2004 in Washington, DC.

H.M. Salihu, G.R. Alexander, R.S. Kirby. “Multiple Pregnancies at the Extremes of Maternal
Age”, presented by R.S. Kirby at the Multiple Birth Symposium, 11 th International Congress
on Twin Studies, July 1, 2004 in Odense, Denmark.

G.R. Alexander, H.M. Salihu, R.S. Kirby. “Perinatal Outcomes of Singleton and Multiple
Births in The United States, 1995-1998”, , presented by R.S. Kirby at the Multiple Birth
Symposium, 11th International Congress on Twin Studies, July 1, 2004 in Odense, Denmark

H.M. Salihu, W.S. Mardenbrough-Gumbs, B.J. Pierre-Louis, R.S. Kirby, G.R. Alexander.
Nativity and Neonatal Survival of Black Twins”, presented by R.S. Kirby at the annual
meeting of the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, June 14-15, 2004
in Salt Lake City, UT.

H.M. Salihu, M.H. Aliyu, M.R. Alexander, D.J. Rouse, R.S. Kirby, G.R. Alexander. “Survival
of Triplets Born to United States Teenagers”, presented by R.S. Kirby at the annual meeting


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of the Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, June 14-15, 2004 in Salt
Lake City, UT.

Obuseh FA, Salihu HM , Williams MJ , Emusu. Feto-infant demise of non-anomalous sibs
of anomalous triplets" . D 45th Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society, June 25 - 30, 2005
TradeWinds Island Grand Resort St. Pete Beach, Florida

Obuseh FA, Salihu HM, Aliyu ZY, Pierre-Louis BJ, Druschel CM, Kirby RS, "Omphalocele
and Gastroschisis: Black-White Disparity in Infant Survival" 44th Annual Meeting of the
Teratology Society, 17th International Conference of the Organization of Teratology
Information Services, Vancouver, Canada, 26 June 2004 to 1 July 2004

Sarah Nabukera, Hamisu M. Salihu: First time births to older mothers, trends and risk for
adverse pregnancy outcomes. (Oral presentation at the MCH EPI conference); December
2005 Miami, Florida.

Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Alexander GR. The relationship between paternal age and early
mortality of triplets in the United States . Society for Perinatal Epidemiology Meeting,
Atlanta, June 2003. Access abstract at:
http://64.233.161.104/search?q=cache:xGLH1db5ieIJ:www.sper.org/2003posterB

Salihu HM, Slay M, Aliyu MH , Shumpert MN, Kirby RS, Alexander GR. Childbearing
beyond maternal age 50 and fetal outcomes in the United States. Society for Perinatal
Epidemiology Meeting, Atlanta , June 2003. Access Conference program at:
http://www.sper.org/2003plenary1.pdf

Salihu HM, Kristensen S, Aliyu MH , Alexander GR. Premature rupture of membranes and
early mortality among triplets in the United States. Society for Perinatal Epidemiology
Meeting, Atlanta, June 2003. Access abstract at:
http://64.233.161.104/search=cache:xGLH1db5ieIJ:www.sper.org/2003posterB

Salihu HM, Aliyu MH , Alexander MR, Shumpert MN , Alexander GR. Ethnic disparities in
infant mortality among twins born to teenagers in the United States . Society for Perinatal
Epidemiology Meeting, Atlanta , June 2003.

Aliyu ZY, Erinle A, Aliyu MH. Solumedrol versus Dexamethasone in Acute Exacerbations
of Chronic Obstructive Lung Diseases (St. Agnes SOLVED-1) Study. American College of
Physicians, Maryland Chapter, Annual Scientific Conference, Baltimore Maryland, 2004.

Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Aliyu ZY, Malik R. Predictors of sputum-culture conversion in the
era of re-emergent Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the State of North Carolina, 1993-1998.
Southern Medical Association 98 th Annual Scientific Assembly, New Orleans, Louisiana,
2004. Access conference program at: http://www.sma.org/am2004/finalprogram.pdf



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   Aliyu ZY, Erinle A, Aliyu MH, Salihu HM. Solumedrol versus dexamethasone in the
   management of acute exacerbations of COPD. The SOLVeD study. Southern Medical
   Journal 2004; 97:S58(1)

   Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Ehiri JE, Islam MA, Jolly PE. High parity and fetal
   morbidity outcomes. UAB Graduate Research Day. March 4, 2005. Received 3rd place Honor
   Award. Access conference program at: http://main.uab.edu/show.asp?durki=77858

   Keith LG, Aliyu MH, Salihu HM. Hyperfertility: the paradox of plenty. Center for the Study
   of Multiple Birth, Chicago, USA, and the Polish Society of Perinatal Medicine. X th Winter
   School on Perinatal Medicine, Zermatt, Switzerland. April 11-14, 2005 . Access program at:
   http://www.ptmp.pl/X-th.Winter.School.htm

   Aliyu MH, Salihu HM, Keith LG, Ehiri JE, Islam MA, Jolly PE. High parity and fetal
   morbidity outcomes. American Public Health Association 133 rd Annual Meeting,
   Philadelphia, PA. December 10-14, 2005. The Honorary Delta Omega Society: Student
   Excellence Poster session. Access program at:
   http://apha.confex.com/apha/133am/techprogram/session_17371.htm

   Zoi Russell, Hamisu Salihu, O’Neil Lynch, Victoria Belogolovkin. The Impact of Pre-
   pregnancy Body Mass Index on Pregnancy Outcomes in Triplet Gestations. Society of
   Maternal Fetal Medicine 29 th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, California. January 26,
   2009.

   M. Aliyu, A. Alio, R. Wilson, H. Salihu. Maternal obesity and racial disparity in neonatal
   mortality, Missouri, 1978-1997, Los Angeles, CA, 11-14 February, 2009.

   Salihu H. Obesity subtypes and success of programming fetal growth phenotypes.
   CSEB/APHEO 2009 Joint Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 25-28.




Guest speaker/ invited lecturer

   Uterine rupture: management approach: International Conference on Surgery in Developing
   Countries, Homburg/Saar, Germany, 1994.

   Obstructed Labor and Birth Outcomes: age of the mother as the most predictive factor in
   developing countries. International Conference on Obstetric Care in Developing Countries,
   Heidelberg, Germany, 1994.




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Post-abortal care: the role of tertiary levels of care in reducing maternal morbidity and
mortality. International Conference on Obstetric Care in Developing Countries, Heidelberg,
Germany, 1995.

Methodological problems in interpreting clinical trials involving TESA and TESE
procedures: Design and Analysis of Experiments Class, 2000.

MCH Seminars: Epidemiologic Tools in Birth Defect Surveillance, University of Alabama,
2001.

Malaria in Florida: Health-care executives pursuing MPH program, Tampa, Florida, 2000

Gestational Malaria: Minority Health conference, USF, Tampa, Florida, 2000.

Survey Methods: Utility and Difficulties in developing Countries. University of South
Florida, 2001

The pattern of isoniazid, rifampicin TB mono- and multi-drug resistance in the State of
Florida, 1993-1999. Association of Florida Epidemiologist Meeting (AFEM), 2000.

Tobacco and Fetal Health: Issues in MCH Class, MCH 600. University of Alabama, 2002.

Safe Motherhood Initiative: Issues in MCH Class, MCH 600. University of Alabama, 2003.

Racial disparities and Birth Outcomes: Issues in MCH Class, MCH 600. University of
Alabama, 2003.

Effect of racism on birth outcomes. MCH 712: Issues of Cultural/Linguistic Competency
Associate with Health Access, Utilization and Disparities, UAB, 2002

Utility of secondary data analysis. MCH 712: Issues of Cultural/Linguistic Competency
Associated with Health Access, Utilization and Disparities, UAB, 2002

Malaria: Life cycle, geographic distribution, clinical course and treatment. IH 601 Tropical
Infectious Diseases, UAB 2002

Malaria: Life cycle, geographic distribution, clinical course and treatment. IH 601 Tropical
Infectious Diseases, UAB 2003

How to analyze secondary data from developing countries. Sparkman Center fellows, UAB,
2003.




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Design and Analysis in Research Studies; Project Planning and Evaluation, IH608 (guest-
lecturer), UAB 2004.

Malaria: Life cycle, geographic distribution, clinical course and treatment. IH 601 Tropical
Infectious Diseases, UAB 2004

Key Speaker: International Conference on Stillbirth, Yokohama, Japan, May 31-June 4, 2006.

Plenary session: Obesity and Extreme Obesity: New Insights into the Black-White Disparity
in Neonatal Mortality. 13th Annual Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology (MCH EPI)
Conference; December 11-14. Atlanta, GA, 2007.
Zoorob R, Aliyu MH, Wilson RE, Chakrabarty S, Salihu HM. Alcohol Consumption during
Pregnancy and the Risk of Early Stillbirth among Singletons. National Fetal Alcohol
Spectrum Disorders Conference, Madison, WI. April 4-8, 2007.

Aliyu MH, Wilson RE, Salihu HM, Zoorob R. Prenatal Alcohol Use, Cigarette Smoking and
Risk of Small For Gestational Age Birth: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Meharry Medical
College, Center for Women’s Health Research, Research in Women’s Health Poster
Presentations, National Women’s Health Week. May 11-17, 2008, Nashville, TN.

Brown K, Moore A, Wilson RE, Aliyu MH, Zoorob R, Salihu HM. Bottles Up, Weight
Down: The Relationship between Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy and the Risk of
Delivering a Small for Gestational Age Infant. 136th APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition,
October 25-29, 2008, San Diego, CA.




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