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									                           University of Alabama at Birmingham
                                School of Medicine Faculty
                                      Curriculum Vitae

                              Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.


Date: June 20, 2008

RANK/TITLE

Title:                      Associate Professor of Medicine
Department:                 Division of Preventive Medicine
                            Department of Medicine
                            University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
Business Address:           MT 609
                            1530 3rd Avenue South
                            Birmingham, AL 35294-4410
Phone:                      (205) 975-7177
Fax:                        (205) 934-7959
E-mail:                     scarinci@uab.edu

HOSPITAL AND OTHER (NON ACADEMIC) APPOINTMENTS:

1998-2002     Clinical Supervisor
              The University of Memphis, Department of Psychology, Memphis, TN
1997-1998     Clinical Fellow in Psychology/Psychiatry
              APA Approved Pre-Doctoral Internship
              Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of
              Psychiatry, Boston, MA
1996-1997     Chief Psychology Extern
              Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
1986-1988     Licensed Psychologist (Brazil)
              State University of Londrina, School of Medicine, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
1984-1989     Licensed Psychologist (Brazil)
              Neurology Clinic of Londrina (Private Practice), Londrina, Paraná, Brazil

PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTSHIPS:

2005          Evaluator – 8th Annual Urban Cancer Prevention & Control Conference
              (Organized by the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center)
2004          Evaluator – 7th Annual Urban Cancer Prevention & Control Conference
              (Organized by the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center)
2003          Evaluator – 6th Annual Urban Cancer Prevention & Control Conference
              (Organized by the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center)
2002-2004     Consultant/Evaluator - ―Saving yourself for tomorrow‖ (implementation of an
              abstinence-only education program for adolescents ages 12 through 18 living in
              underserved neighborhoods). Grant received from HRSA by Christ Community
              Medical Clinic, Memphis, TN.
2001          Consultant/Evaluator - ―Saving yourself for tomorrow‖ (development of an
              abstinence-only education program for adolescents ages 12 through 18 living in
              underserved neighborhoods). Grant awarded by HRSA to Christ Community
              Medical Clinic.
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2000           Consultant - ―Health promotion for Hispanic children: Obesity prevention‖. Grant
               awarded by the Crippled Children’s Foundation to the University of Tennessee,
               Department of Pediatrics.
1999-2001      Evaluator - a program for high-risk students with academic and/or behavioral
               problems, Neighborhood School, Memphis, TN.
1999-2001      Evaluator - YMCA Community Action Program (Y-CAP), a program for juvenile
               offenders, YMCA – Memphis, TN.
1999-2000      Evaluator - Community-based sexual abstinence program tailored to low-income
               girls, Young Women Striving for Excellence, Memphis, TN
1998-1999      Evaluator - a program to improve the health services provided at the Memphis
               City Schools (Comprehensive School Health Program), LeBonheur Medical
               Center, Memphis, TN.

EDUCATION:

Institution                                   Degree                       Year
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard       Pre-doctoral Internship at   1997-1998
Medical School                                Massachusetts General
Boston, MA                                    Hospital
Louisiana State University                    Doctorate in Clinical        1993-1998
Baton Rouge, LA                               Psychology
Louisiana State University                    Masters in Psychology        1993-1996
Baton Rouge, LA
University of Alabama at Birmingham,          Masters in Public Health     1991-1993
School of Public Health
Birmingham, AL
State University of Londrina                  Bachelor of Science in       1979-1984
Londrina, Paraná, Brazil                      Psychology

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

Year                  Title                        Institution
2007-present          Scientist                    University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Center for Aging
2005-present          Associate Professor          University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Division of Preventive Medicine
2005-present          Associate Professor          University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Graduate School
2004-present          Associate Scientist          University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Minority Health and Research Center
                                                   (MHRC)
2004-present          Associate Scientist          University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Center for the Study of Community Health
2004-present          Affiliate Member             University of Alabama at Birmingham –
                                                   Center for Education and Research on
                                                   Therapeutics of Musculoskeletal Disorders
2003-2005             Assistant Professor          University of Alabama at Birmingham—
                                                   Graduate School
2002-present          Associate Scientist          University of Alabama at Birmingham–
                                                   Comprehensive Cancer Center, Cancer
                                                   Control & Population Sciences Program


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2002-present     Scientist                    University of Alabama at Birmingham–
                                              Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness
                                              Research and Education (COERE)
2002-present     Associate Scientist          University of Alabama at Birmingham–
                                              Sparkman Center for Global Health
2002-2005        Assistant Professor          University of Alabama at Birmingham–
                                              Division of Preventive Medicine,
                                              Department of Medicine, Birmingham, AL
1999-2005        Adjunct Assistant            University of Memphis -- Department of
                 Professor                    Psychology, Memphis, TN
1999-2002        Adjunct Assistant            University of Tennessee–Memphis,
                 Professor                    Department of Preventive Medicine,
                                              Memphis, TN
1998-2002        Assistant Professor          University of Memphis Center for
                                              Community Health, Memphis, TN
1993-1997        Research Associate           Louisiana State University -- Center for
                                              Primary Care Research and Pennington
                                              Biomedical Research Center,
                                              Baton Rouge, LA
1990-1993        Research Associate           University of Alabama at Birmingham --
                                              Division of Gastroenterology
1989-1990        International Visiting       University of Alabama at Birmingham --
                 Scholar                      Division of Gastroenterology
1989             International Visiting       Wake Forest University -- Bowman Gray
                 Scholar                      School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC
1988             Instructor                   State University of Londrina, Nursing
                                              School, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
                 Instructor                   State Department of Public Health,
                                              Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
1987             Instructor                   National Society of Commercial
                                              Apprenticeship, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
1986-1988        Instructor                   State University of Londrina, School of
                                              Medicine, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil

AWARDS/HONORS:

2007             Awarded Charles Barkley Excellence in Mentorship Award – UAB
                 Minority Health and Research Center
2007             Awarded 2007 Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award – University
                 of Alabama at Birmingham
2007             Inducted into Omicron Mu Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National
                 Spanish Honorary Society, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006             Awarded ―UAB Outstanding Woman Faculty‖ - UAB’s Women’s Center
                 and Women’s Studies
2006             UAB Cancer Center Retreat, Honorable Mention for Poster presentation
                 (Co-Author), ―Development of a Spiritually-based Educational Program to
                 promote colorectal cancer screening through African American churches‖
2004             Comprehensive Cancer Control Leadership Institute – Phase 2 –
                 Representative for the Intercultural Cancer Council (invited)
2003             Recognition by Baylor College of Medicine (San Antonio, TX) for Pilot
                 Project under Redes En Acción (―Rising Star in Cancer Research‖).



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2003                 Cancer, Culture, and Literacy Institute at Moffitt Cancer Center through a
                     program funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) – Fellow
                     (competitive selection)
2002                 NIH Summer Training Institute for Randomized Clinical Trials Involving
                     Behavioral Interventions - Fellow (competitive selection)
2001                 First recipient of the Ciro Rodrigues Career Development Award – three-
                     month sabbatical on cancer research in Hispanic populations at Baylor
                     College of Medicine (San Antonio, TX) under the guidance of Dr. Amelie
                     Ramirez through a program funded by the NCI (Redes En Acción).
1993                 American College of Gastroenterology - LAWLOR AWARD for the best
                     scientific paper by a Resident ("Pain perception and psychosocial
                     sequelae of sexual/physical abuse among females with gastrointestinal
                     (GI) disorders") at the Annual Scientific Meeting.
1991                 University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Public Health –
                     Scholarship of Merit awarded for the academic year 91/92.
1989                 CAPES (Brazilian Government Educational Agency) - Scholarship to
                     study abroad.
1987                 Rotary International - 463 District - Mr. Amaury Meller (District
                     Governor) - Honor award for recognition of relevant community services.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES/MEMBERSHIPS:

2007-present         American Association for Cancer Education Inc. (ACCE)
2007-present         Sigma Delta PI – The National Spanish Honorary Society
2004-present         International Network of Women Against Tobacco (INWAT)
2001-present         The International Society on Hypertension in Blacks
1999-present         Society of Behavioral Medicine
1999-2002            Tennessee Public Health Association
1998-present         American Public Health Association (Medical Care and Latino Caucus)
1996-present         American Psychological Association
1993-1997            Phi Kappa Phi - Honor Society
1992-1997            Sigma XI - The Scientific Research Society

COUNCILS AND COMMITTEES:

NIH Review Section
2007-present Psychosocial Risk and Disease Prevention (PRDP) Study Section, NIH, Member
             2007-2009

Advisory Boards/Councils
2008-present The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham (Executive Committee; Grants &
             Allocations, Chair)
2006-present The Women’s Fund of Greater Birmingham
2004-present State Advisory Committee, UAB Pediatric Pulmonary Center
2004-present Strategic Plan Advisory Committee, Alabama Tobacco Prevention & Control
2003-present Advisory Board, Intercultural Cancer Council (ICC) – A national organization with
              the mission of promoting policies, programs, partnerships, and research to
              eliminate the unequal burden of cancer among racial and ethnic minorities and
              medically underserved populations in the United States and its territories.
2003-2007    Advisory Board, Women’s Health Link, Cooper Green Hospital (Birmingham, AL)




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2003-2006      Advisory Board, OASIS Whole Health Initiative, Robert Wood Johnson
               Foundation-funded project to address mental health needs for low-income
               women in Jefferson County, AL.
2001-2002      Advisory Council, Tennessee Diabetes Control Program

Board of Directors
2005-present United Way of Central Alabama, Inc. (Member)
2002-2005      Oasis – A Women’s Counseling Center (Executive Committee)
1999-2002      Porter Leath Children’s Center (Executive Committee)

Other Committees-National Level
2007-present American Public Health Association Committee on Women’s Rights
2003-2004    Hispanic/Latino ATS (Adult Tobacco Survey) Workgroup invited by the Centers
             for Disease Control, Office of Smoking and Health to culturally tailor the ATS
             survey to Latinos/Hispanics
2002-2003    Effective Tobacco Control in Hispanic-Latino communities: Un intercambio de
             ideas – National Panel of Experts invited by the Centers for Disease Control,
             Office of Smoking and Health to establish recommendations in the area of
             tobacco control among Latinos in the United States

Other Committees-State/Local Level
2008-present Comprehensive Northern Arizona University/Arizona Cancer Center Partnership,
             Program Steering Committee (Member)
2007-present Hispanic Issues Work Group, a sub-committee of the Cultural Competence
             Committee, Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation
             (Member)
2005-present Community Impact Committee, United Way of Central Alabama, Inc. (Member)
2005-present Agency Impact Committee, United Way of Central Alabama, Inc. (Member)
2004         Strategic Planning Committee, United Way of Central Alabama, Inc. (Member)
2004-present Latino Issues Committee, United Way of Central Alabama, Inc. (Member)
2004-present Alabama Partnership for Cancer Control in the Underserved Inc. (Member)
2004-2005    Oasis Clinical Programs/Services Committee (member)
2003-present Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition (Member, Research
             Committee)
2003-2005    Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition (Chair, Research Committee)
2001-2002    Regional Health Council – Heart Disease & Stroke Committee (Member)
2000-2002    American Cancer Society’s Shelby County Community Education and Services
             Committee (Member)

UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES:

2008           Moderator     UAB Health Disparities Research Symposium
2008           Chair         DOPM and Comprehensive Cancer Center Behavioral Scientist
                             Faculty Search Committee
2008         Member          Odessa Woolfolk Community Service Award Review Committee
2008         Presenter       Division of Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
2007-present Member          UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center, Webb Chair in Nutrition
                             Sciences Faculty Search Committee
2007-present   Member        UAB School of Medicine’s Advisory Task Force on Diversity
2006-present   Co-Leader     Training Program, UAB Minority Health and Research Center
2006-present   Member        UAB School of Medicine Student Evaluation Committee
2006           Presenter     Department of Medicine Grand Rounds


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2006           Presenter Division of Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
2005           Presenter UAB School of Dentistry Grand Rounds
2005-present   Member    UAB Center for Research in Women's Health Advisory Board
2005           Presenter Division of Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
2004-present   Co-Leader Manos Juntas (a mentoring program for UAB Latino/Hispanic
                         undergraduate students)
2004         Chair       DOPM Behavioral Scientist Faculty Search Committee
2004         Coordinator DOPM Faculty Career Development Workshop
2003-2004    Member      Planning Committee, UAB Health Evaluation Event at Lawson
                         State Community College; Alabama Underserved Health
                         Partnership (AUHP)
2003-present Member      UAB Minority Health and Research Center Steering Committee
2003-present Co-Leader   Latino/Hispanic Health, UAB Minority Health and Research Center
2003-present Co-Leader   Community Service Program, UAB Minority Health and Research
                         Center
2003-2007    Leader      DOPM Behavioral Science program area
2003-2004    Member      DOPM Cancer Control & Prevention Faculty Search Committee
2003-2005    Member      DOPM Internal IRB Oversight Committee
2003-2004    Member      Planning Committee, Annual Urban Cancer Prevention & Control
                         Conference (organized by the UAB Comprehensive Cancer
                         Center)
2003         Presenter   Division of Preventive Medicine Grand Rounds
2002-present Leader      UAB Recruitment and Retention Shared Facility, Training and
                         Supervision of focus group moderators
2001-2002    Leader      Working Group on Latino Issues at the University of Memphis

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:

2001-present Ethnicity and Disease
2001-present Argumento (Psychology journal – Brazil)

MAJOR RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Understanding of psychological and sociocultural factors associated with behavior change,
particularly as it relates to engagement in healthy behaviors and preventive care among women
and minorities. Specific areas of interest include:
     Sociocultural factors associated with cancer prevention and screening among minority
        women, particularly Latinas and African Americans
     Tobacco control among women in the United States and Brazil
     High risk behaviors among underserved populations (e.g., sedentary lifestyle, smoking)
     Depressive symptomatology and correlates
     Socioeconomic status and health outcomes

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Thesis and Dissertation Committees
2007-present          The University of Alabama at Birmingham – School of Public Health
                      Dissertation Committee
                      Student: Isabel Garcés
                      Title: Follow-up for abnormal Pap Smear among Colombian women




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2006-2007      The University of Alabama at Birmingham – School of Public Health
               Thesis Committee
               Student: Katherine Redding
               Title: Vaginal Douching among Latina Immigrants in Birmingham
2005-2007      Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, PUC-SP, São Paulo,
               Brazil
               Dissertation Committee
               Student: Andréa Silveira, MS
               Title: Public Health and Tobacco Policy
2004-2005      University of Southern Mississippi
               Panel of Experts (member) for Dissertation
               Student: Susan Mayfield Johnson, MPH, CHES
               Title: We Make the Road by Walking: A Qualitative Analysis of
               Transformation of Self-Efficacy and Locus of Control in African American
               Women in Mississippi and Alabama.
2003-2004      The University of Alabama at Birmingham – School of Public Health
               Dissertation Committee
               Student: Kimberly Clay
               Title: Eliminating health disparities in racial and ethnic minority
               communities: an evaluation of the Shop Talk breast cancer intervention
               for African American women
2002           The University of Memphis Department of Psychology
               Thesis Committee
               Student: Les Gellis
               Title: SES and Insomnia
2002           The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing
               Dissertation Committee
               Student: Jacqueline Burchum
               Title: Health Needs, Beliefs, and Practices and Experiences of
               Professional Health Care Access and Utilization of Latino residents in a
               rural Tennessee County
2001           The University of Memphis Department of Counseling Psychology and
               Education
               Dissertation Committee
               Student: John Eric Swasson
               Title: Variables Associated with Delinquency in a Boy Scout Sample
1999           The University of Memphis Department of Psychology
               Thesis Committee
               Student: Julie Shulman
               Title: Explicating the Predictors of Body Dissatisfaction across Ethnicity

Mentoring
2008-present   Jonathan Drewry, Dr.PH. student at the School of Public Health, CARES
               Program, School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2008-present   Cheri Holmes, PhD student at the School of Public Health, CARES
               Program, School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2008-present   Juanita Heersink, medical student, CARES Program, School of Medicine,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2008-present   Yu-Mei Schoenberger, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, School of Public
               Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2007-present   Patricia Sawyer, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham


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2007-present   Marcela Frazier, O.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Optometry,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2007-present   Patricia Barreto, doctorate student (Ph.D.) in the Department of
               Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2007           David Neely, medical student, CARES Program, School of Medicine,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006-2007      Sreelatha Meleth, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Medicine,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006-2007      Lorena Loran, UAB undergraduate student, Manos Juntas Mentorship
               Program, Minority Health and Research Center
2006           Katherine Redding, M.S.P.H student at the School of Public Health,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006           Jennifer Peacock, M.P.H. student at the School of Public Health,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006-present   Andrea Cherrington, M.D., Assistant Professor, General Internal
               Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2005-2006      Charkarra Anderson-Lewis, PhD, MPH, CHES, Deep South Network
               Research Training Program, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
2006-2008      Collette Strother, Ph.D., NIH Loan Repayment Program, Minority Health
               and Research Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2006-present   Cheryl Holt, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Division of Preventive Medicine,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2005-present   Jewell Halanych, M.D., Assistant Professor, Division of Preventive
               Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Jr. Faculty Mentoring
               Program and Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program)
2005-2006      Andréa Silveira, Ph.D., MS, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná,
               Curitiba, Brazil, and Visiting International Scholar, Division of Preventive
               Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham (July 1 – December 15,
               2005). Co-mentor on doctorate dissertation.
2004-2006      Nancy McKendree-Smith, Recipient of NIAMS Career Development
               Award, Ethnic Disparities in Total Joint Replacement. Instructor, Division
               of Rheumatology, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
2004-2005      E. Miranda Gillespie, Medical Student, Paul Ambrose Health Promotion
               Student Leadership Program (Co-Mentor), School of Medicine, University
               of Alabama at Birmingham
2004           Naomi Z. Goldberger, MPH student, School of Public Health, under
               Summer Internship, MSM/TU/UAB Partnership Cancer Research Training
               Program, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2003-2004      Kimberly Jackson, PhD student in the School of Public Health under NIH
               Research Supplement for Underrepresented Minorities (grant: Cervical
               Cancer Screening in Hispanics: An Assessment Tool), University of
               Alabama at Birmingham
2003-present   Isabel Garces, doctorate student in the School of Public Health,
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
2003           Allison Gangstad, MPH student, School of Public Health, under Summer
               Internship, MSM/TU/UAB Partnership Cancer Research Training
               Program, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2000-2002      Jennifer Watson, doctorate student, Department of Psychology, University
               of Memphis




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Invited Workshops at UAB
2007          Culture and Communication Among Latinos (3 hours) for UAB Faculty & staff,
              Office of Student Affairs (08/13 & 08/15)
2005          Focus Group facilitation (8 hours) for UAB Faculty/Staff and community members
2004          Focus Group facilitation (20 hours) for RRSF staff
2003          Focus group facilitation (20 hours) for RRSF staff
2002          Focus group facilitation workshops (8 hours each) for UAB Faculty & staff and
              community members (09/02 & 10/02)
2002          Evaluation workshop (4 hours) for community-based organizations (coalition
              members of REACH 2010)

Instructor
1988          Instructor, State University of Londrina, Nursing School, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
1988          Instructor, State Department of Public Health, Londrina, Paraná, Brazil
1987          Instructor, National Society of Commercial Apprenticeship, Londrina, Brazil
1986-1988     Instructor, State University of Londrina, School of Medicine, Londrina, Brazil

Invited Lectures at UAB
03/28/08       Reaching the Growing Latino Population in Alabama: Are We Moving Forward?
               (2 hour Seminar). Guest Lecturer - Hispanic Health Care Panel Presentation to
               faculty and staff of Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PCC), Leadership Education in
               Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) and Leadership in Adolescent Health
               (LEAH) interdisciplinary trainees, UAB Pediatric Pulmonary Center.
11/01/07       Cervical Cancer Prevention among Latina Immigrants (1.5 hour lecture). Guest
               Lecturer, Course HB 608 – Women’s Health and Social Behavior, UAB School of
               Public Health, Department of Health Behavior.
03/09/07       Community Based Participatory Research (2 hour Seminar). Guest Lecturer,
               Video Conference Faculty Development Discussion Series for the junior faculty
               and post-doctoral scholars in the Health Disparities Research Training Program
               (HDRTP), UAB DSN/ACCE/MSM/TU/UAB Partnership Project.
03/06/07       Health Disparities: How can we reach Hispanics/Latinos? (2.5 hours lecture).
               Guest lecturer -- Course HCO692- Advanced Topics in Health Disparities
               Research, UAB School of Public Health, Department of Health Care Organization
               and Policy.
02/28/07       Emerging Issues in Health Care: Latino Populations (2 hour Seminar). Guest
               Lecturer - Hispanic Health Care Panel Presentation to faculty and staff of
               Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PCC), Leadership Education in
               Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) and Leadership in Adolescent Health
               (LEAH) interdisciplinary trainees, UAB Pediatric Pulmonary Center.
01/12/07       Cervical cancer prevention among Latina immigrants (1 hour lecture). Guest
               Lecturer -- Cancer Center Seminar Series for members of the Cancer Center and
               their fellows and students.
09/21/06       Cervical Cancer and HPV, Guest Lecturer – (1 hour lecture) – Course EPI 621
               STDs and HIV/AIDS, UAB School of Public Health.
06/30/06       Community-Based Cancer Research. Invited presentation at Cancer Education
               Course for the Summer Interns, Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee
               Institute/UAB Summer Cancer Research Training and UAB EXPORT Minority
               Health Disparities Training Programs.
04/14/06       Cervical Cancer Prevention Among Latina Immigrants. Guest Lecturer --
               Epidemiology Department Lunch and Learn Lecture Series (for faculty &
               students), UAB School of Public Health


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03/24/06   Emerging Issues in Health Care: Latino Populations (2 hour Seminar). Guest
           Lecturer - Hispanic Health Care Panel Presentation to faculty and staff of
           Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PCC), Leadership Education in
           Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) and Leadership in Adolescent Health
           (LEAH) interdisciplinary trainees, UAB Pediatric Pulmonary Center.
12/02/05   Community Based Participatory Research, Guest Lecturer (2 hour class).—RTP
           Video Conference Lecture -- UAB DSN/ACCE/MSM/TU/UAB Partnership Project.
11/04/05   Mentors and Mentoring, Guest speaker (1 hour class) − UAB Deep South
           Network for Cancer Control (DSN) Research Training Program Orientation.
10/10/05   Community Based Participatory Research, Guest Lecturer (2 hour class) -- Deep
           South Network Training Class (for Community Health Advisors), Midfield
           Recreation Center, Midfield, Alabama.
10/10/05   Cultural and Linguistic Competency Issues in Services for Latinos, Guest
           Lecturer (1 hour class) – Course MCH712 Issues of Diversity and
           Cultural/Linguistic Competency, UAB School of Public Health.
09/08/05   2005 Foreign Languages for the Professions (1 hour lecture), Guest Panelist,
           UAB Department of Foreign Languages & Literature.
07/21/05   Latino Health. Guest Lecturer – (1 hour lecture) – Course HB 609 African
           American Health Issues, UAB School of Public Health
05/05/05   Community-Based Participatory Research. Guest Lecturer – to faculty at the
           Madras Diabetes Research Foundation in Chennai, India, as part of the Clinical
           Research Training Studies of CVD in India, UAB Division of Preventive Medicine.
03/09/05   Health Issues Impacting the Hispanic Community and the Importance/Need for
           Spanish Proficiency Among Medical Students and Physicians. Guest Lecturer --
           Medical Spanish Club, UAB School of Medicine.
02/19/05   Effective Strategies for Working with the Latino Community. Guest Lecturer – 8th
           Annual Urban Cancer Prevention & Control Conference (Organized by the UAB
           Comprehensive Cancer Center).
02/16/05   Effective Strategies for Working with the Latino Community. Guest Lecturer –
           Issues in Hispanic Health Care Panel Presentation to faculty and staff of
           Pediatric Pulmonary Center (PCC), Leadership Education in
           Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) and Leadership in Adolescent Health
           (LEAH) interdisciplinary trainees, UAB Pediatric Pulmonary Center.
10/11/04   Cultural and Linguistic Competency Issues in Services for Latinos, Guest
           Lecturer (1 hour class) – Course MCH712 Issues of Diversity and
           Cultural/Linguistic Competency, UAB School of Public Health.
07/16/04   Cancer Research in the Latino Community. Invited presentation to Interns,
           Minority Health Disparities Training and Enrichment Program (EXPORT/
           RESPECT Summer Program), Birmingham, AL.
06/10/04   Cancer Health Disparities. Invited presentation to Summer Interns, UAB Deep
           South Network for Cancer Control, Birmingham, AL.
06/09/04   Cancer Research in the Latino Community. Invited presentation to Summer
           Interns, Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee Institute/UAB Cancer
           Research Training Program, Birmingham, AL.
05/27/04   Cervical Cancer Prevention Among Latina Immigrants. Invited presentation to
           faculty and students of the UAB School of Medicine/Department of Obstetrics &
           Gynecology, UAB Cervical Neoplasia and HPV Symposium, Birmingham, AL.
10/13/03   Increasing Hispanic Cultural Awareness in the Clinical Setting. Invited talk to
           staff, Women’s and Infants’ Services at the University of Alabama at Birmingham,
           University Hospital, Birmingham, AL.




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06/12/03    Cancer Research in the Latino Community. Invited presentation to Summer
            Interns, Morehouse School of Medicine/ Tuskegee Institute/UAB Cancer
            Research Training Program, Birmingham, AL.

MAJOR LECTURES AND VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS:

2004        Lecturer, Visiting Assistant   University of Tennessee, Memphis TN
            Professor
1989-1990   International Visiting         University of Alabama at Birmingham, AL
            Scholar                        Division of Gastroenterology, Birmingham, AL
1989        International Visiting         Wake Forest University, Bowman Gray
            Scholar                        School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC


GRANT SUPPORT:
CURRENT

Title       REACH UP & OUT: Eliminating Breast and Cervical Cancer Disparities
            Principal Investigator: Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D.
            Role:                   Principal Investigator
            Effort:                 20%
            Period of Funding:      05/01/08 – 04/30/13
            Total Cost:             $2,900,000 ($400,000 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                 NCMHD

Title:      Navigation Network: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivorship, Phase II
            Principal Investigator:   Isabel Scarinci, PhD
            Role:                     Principal Investigator
            Effort:                   1%
            Period of Funding:        04/01/08 - 3/31/09
            Total Cost:               $23,607

Title       UAB Diabetes Research and Training Center
            Principal Investigator: W. Timothy Garvey, M.D.
            Role:                   Co-Core Director, Community Engagement Core
            Effort:                 5%
            Period of Funding:      02/01/08 – 01/31/13
            Total Cost:             $9,301,169 ($1,488,669 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                 NIH

Title       HPV Testing to Improve Cervical Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta
            Principal Investigator:  Edward Partridge, M.D.
            Role:                    Co-Investigator
            Effort:                  5%
            Period of Funding:       04/01/08-04/30/10
            Total Cost:              $1,071,655
            Agency:                  NCI

Title       Culturally Adapting a Proven Weight Loss Intervention to Reduce Diabetes
            Risk in Latina Immigrants
            Principal Investigator:    Andrea Cherrington, MD
            Role:                      Co-Investigator

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        Effort:                     1%
        Period of Funding:          10/01/07 – 09/30/08
        Total Cost:                 $40,000 ($40,000 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                     Charles Barkley Health Disparities Fund, UAB
                                    Minority Health and Research Center

Title   A Pilot Study of Social Support and Hospital Use for Heart Failure
        Principal Investigator:    Raegan Durant, M.D.
        Role:                      Advisor (no salary support)
        Period of Funding:         10/01/07 – 09/30/08
        Total Cost:                $80,000 ($80,000 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                    Charles Barkley Health Disparities Fund, Minority
                                   Health and Research Center

Title   The Role of Social Support in Chronic Disease Management among Elderly
        African Americans with Heart Failure
        Principal Investigator:   Raegan Durant, M.D.
        Role:                     Advisor (no salary support)
        Period of Funding:        10/01/07 – 09/30/08
        Total Cost:               $25,000 ($25,000 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                   Pilot Award from UAB Deep South Resource Center
                                  for Minority Aging Research (NIA)

Title   Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee University/UAB Comprehensive
        Cancer Center Partnership
        Principal Investigator:   Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                     Investigator, Career Development
        Effort:                   3%
        Period of Funding:        09/30/07 – 08/31/11
        Total Cost:               $4,169,470 ($686,634Annual Direct)
        Agency:                     NCI

Title   REACH US Mid-South Center of Excellence in the Elimination of Disparities
        (Mid-South CEED)
        Principal Investigator: Mona Fouad, M.D.
        Role:                   Co-Principal Investigator
        Effort:                 5%
        Period of Funding:      09/30/07 – 09/29/12
        Total Cost:             $4,250,000 ($675,284 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                 CDC

Title   Deep South Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR)
        Principal Investigator: Richard M. Allman, M.D.
        Role:                   Co-Director, Investigator Development Core
        Effort:                 8%
        Period of Funding:      9/01/07 – 8/31/12
        Total Cost:             $3,404,907 ($499,893 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                 NIH




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Title   Network for Tobacco Control Among Women in Paraná, Brazil (R01)
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Effort:                  5%
        Period of Funding:       07/15/07 – 07/14/12
        Total Cost:              $1,738,876 ($294,873 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  NIDA

Title   Breast Cancer Screening Among Underserved Brazilian Women:
        Development of a Theory-Based, Culturally-Relevant Assessment and
        Intervention
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Effort:                  5%
        Period of Funding:       07/01/07 – 06/30/09
        Total Cost:              $300,000 ($125,794 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                   The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation

Title   Comprehensive Minority and Health Disparities Research Center (MHDRC)
        Principal Investigator: Mona Fouad, M.D.
        Role:                   PI/Research Project – A church based intervention
                                to increase cancer screening
                                Investigator/Admin Core
                                Co-PI, Community Outreach
        Effort:                 10%
        Period of Funding:      07/01/07 – 06/30/12
        Total Cost:             $4,698,739 ($754,977Annual Direct)
        Agency                  NCMHD

Title   Cervical Cancer Prevention in Latina Immigrants (RO1)
        Principal Investigator:   Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                     Principal Investigator
        Effort:                   23%
        Period of Funding:        06/15/05—05/30/10
        Total Cost:               $2,480,662 ($391,700 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                    NCI

Title   Sowing the Seeds of Health: A Program for Latinas (R25)
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Effort:                  18%
        Period of Funding:       06/03/05 – 05/31/10
        Total Cost:              $1,548,010 ($282,462 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  NCI
Title   Deep South Network for Cancer Control II
        Principal Investigator:  Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                    Co-Investigator
        Effort:                  6%
        Period of Funding:       04/01/05 – 03/31/10
        Total Cost:              $1,256,285 Annual Direct
        Agency:                  NCI



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Title       SIP 5: Use of a Community-Based Intervention to Increase Utilization of
            Colorectal Cancer Screening Among African-American Women and Men in
            Urban Areas
            Principal Investigator:   Cheryl Holt, Ph.D.
            Role:                     Co-Investigator
            Effort:                   12%
            Period of Funding:        09/30/05 – 09/29/09
            Total Cost:               $1,465,451 ($275,266 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                   CDC

Title       Perceived Discrimination in Medical Care (PDMC)
            Principal Investigator:   Jewell Halanych, M.D.
            Role:                     Mentor
            Period of Funding:        07/01/07 – 06/30/11
            Total Cost:               $415,875 ($92,812 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

GRANT SUPPORT:
PAST
Title     HPV Testing to Improve Cervical Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta
          Principal Investigator:  Edward Partridge, M.D.
          Role:                    Co-Investigator
          Effort:                  5%
          Period of Funding:       08/31/04 – 03/31/08
          Total Cost:              $150,000 ($119,617 Annual Direct)
          Agency:                  NCI

Title       Socio-cultural Factors and Knowledge Associated with Cervical Cancer
            and Screening among Colombian Women
            Principal Investigator     Isabel C. Garcés
            Role:                      Mentor
            Period of Funding:         03/07/07 – 03/06/08
            Total Cost:                $3,930 ($3,930 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                    Sparkman Center for Global Health

Title:      Navigation Network: Tools for Breast Cancer Survivorship
            Principal Investigator:   Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
            Role:                     Principal Investigator
            Effort:                   3%
            Period of Funding:        04/01/06 – 03/31/07
            Total Cost:               $20,000 ($18,182 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                   Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation/
                                      North Central Alabama Affiliate
Title:      Semeando Saúde: An Empowerment Program for Low-Income Brazilian
            Women
            Principal Investigator:   Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
            Role:                     Principal Investigator
            Effort:                   1%
            Period of Funding:        04/01/06 – 03/31/07
            Total Cost:               $17,430 ($17,430 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                   UAB Sparkman Center for Global Health



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Title   Regional Deep South Project Export Center (RESPECT)
        Principal Investigator:  Mona Fouad, M.D.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator, Community Outreach
                                 Component; Investigator, Colon Cancer
                                 Research Component
        Effort:                  20% Community Outreach
                                 1% Colon Cancer Research
        Period of Funding:       09/30/03 – 09/29/07
        Total Cost:              $5,929,858 ($737,082 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  NCMHHD

Title   Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee University/UAB Comprehensive
        Cancer Center Partnership
        Principal Investigator:   Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                     Mentor, Career Development
        Effort:                   5%
        Period of Funding:        12/01/05 – 09/31/07
        Total Cost:               $7,693,669 ($515,463 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                   NCI

Title   Alabama Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Coalition (Phase II)—
        REACH 2010
        Principal Investigator:  Mona Fouad, M.D.
        Role:                    Co-Investigator
        Effort:                  2%
        Period of Funding:       09/30/99 – 09/29/07
        Total Cost:              $3,867,130 ($884,605 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  CDC

Title   Outreach of Minority Women at AIDS Risk from Substance Abuse (SODA-
        CAP Plus)
        Principal Investigator: Joseph Schumacher, Ph.D.
        Role:                   Collaborator
        Effort:                 No salary budgeted
        Period of Funding:      04/30/02 – 09/28/07
        Total Cost:             $2,463,954 ($415,140 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
                                Administration

Title   HPV Testing to Improve Cervical Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta
        Supplement Project: Self-Collected Sampling for HPV Testing: An
        Exploratory Study
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci (of the Sub-Project)
        Role:                    Principal Investigator, Sub-Project
        Period of Funding:       05/01/05 – 04/30/06
        Total Cost:              $50,000 Supplement Project Annual Direct
        Agency:                  National Cancer Institute/Deep South Network

Title   Ethnic Disparities in Total Joint Replacement
        Principal Investigator:     Nancy McKendree-Smith, Ph.D.
        Role:                       Co-Mentor
        Effort:                     No salary budgeted


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        Period of Funding:         10/01/04 – 09/30/06
        Total Cost:                $92,273
        Agency:                    NIAMS

Title   Increase Knowledge and Participation of Women in Family Planning
        Services Among Alabama Hispanics/Latinos with Limited Reading Skills
        Principal Investigator: Sherry George
        Role:                   Principal Investigator, Subcontract
        Period of Funding:      11/01/03 – 06/30/06
        Total Cost:             $5,000 for Subcontract ($3,969 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                 CDC/Alabama Department of Public Health

Title   Cervical Cancer Screening in Hispanics: An Assessment Tool
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:       07/01/02 – 10/31/05
        Total Cost:              $152,548 ($50,000 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  NCI

Title   A Modified NCI 5 A Day Program in the Mississippi Delta
        Grant currently under no cost extension.
        Principal Investigator:     Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                       Investigator
        Period of Funding:          11/01/04 – 04/30/05
        Total Cost:                 $74,000 ($59,133 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                     NCI

Title   Smoking Cessation in African American Men: A Pilot Study
        Principal Investigator:   Bettina Beech, Dr.P.H.
        Role:                     Principal Investigator, Subcontract
        Period of Funding:        02/01/04 – 06/30/05
        Total Cost:               $278,000 ($14,251 Annual Direct for Subcontract)
        Agency:                   National Cancer Institute

Title   Child Health Needs of Rural Alabama Latino Families
        Principal Investigator:   Lynda Harrison, R.N., Ph.D., F.A.A.N.
        Role:                     Co-Investigator
        Period of Funding:        10/01/04 – 09/30/05
        Total Cost:               $14,848 (Direct Funding)
        Agency:                   Southern Coastal Agromedicine Center

Title   Can You Hear Me Now? Tools for Cancer Survivorship
        Principal Investigator: Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                   Evaluator
        Period of Funding:      08/01/04 – 08/01/05
        Total Cost:             $7,318 ($6,653 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                 Lance Armstrong Foundation

Title   HPV Vaccine Acceptability: An Exploratory Study (Deep South Pilot
        Program)
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H. (Pilot Program)
        Role:                    Principal Investigator

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        Period of Funding:          04/01/04 – 03/31/05
        Total Cost:                 $50,000 ($39,872 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                     NCI

Title   Sowing the Seeds of Health – A Lay Health Promoter Program Tailored to
        Latinos in the Greater Birmingham Area
        Principal Investigator:    Lisa R. Bandura, M.P.H.
        Role:                      Principal Investigator, Subcontract
        Period of Funding:         06/10/04 – 05/31/05
        Total Cost:                $6,897 Annual Direct
        Agency:                    The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham

Title   Deep South Network for Cancer Control
        Principal Investigator:  Edward Partridge, M.D.
        Role:                    Co-Investigator
        Period of Funding:       04/01/00 – 03/31/05
        Total Cost:              $3,907,887 ($1,150,180 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                  NCI

Title   Cervical Cancer Primary Prevention in Latina Immigrants
        Principal Investigator:   Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H. (Pilot Project
                                  Under Redes En Accion)
        Role:                     Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:        06/01/02 – 03/31/05
        Total Cost:               $50,000 ($35,868 Annual Direct)
        Agency:                   NCI

Title   Community Service—Training Lay Health Advisors in the Latino
        Community
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:       02/01/03 – 01/30/04
        Total Cost:              $20,000
        Agency:                  UAB Education Foundation
Title   Cervical Cancer Screening in Hispanics: An Assessment Tool – Research
        Supplements for Underrepresented Minorities (for Kimberly Jackson)
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:       02/01/03 – 01/31/04
        Total Cost:              $35,349
        Agency:                  NCI

Title   Factors Associated with Smoking Among Women in Brazilian Worksites
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:       11/30/01 – 03/15/04
        Total Cost:              $58,000
        Agency:                  Research for International Tobacco Control

Title   Saving Yourself for Tomorrow, Abstinence Only Education Program
        Principal Investigator:   Burt Waller
        Role:                     Evaluator


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        Period of Funding:        07/10/02—06/30/04
        Total Cost:               $100,000
        Agency:                   Christ Community Health Services, Memphis TN

Title   Cancer Screening and Family Planning Education: An Intervention Tailored
        to Low-Income Hispanic Women
        Principal Investigator: Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                   Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:      2000
        Total Cost:             $139,530
        Agency:                 LeBonheur Health Systems, Memphis TN

Title   Church-based Surveillance of Health Status of African Americans in Shelby
        County, TN
        Principal Investigator:  Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                    Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:       2000
        Total Cost:              $120,000
        Agency:                  LeBonheur Health Systems, Memphis TN

Title   Surveillance of Health Status in Tri-Ethnic Underserved Population
        Attending Primary Care Clinics in Shelby County TN
        Principal Investigator:    Bettina Beech, Dr. P.H.
        Role:                      Co-Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:         12/01/99 – 11/30/01
        Total Cost:                $100,000
        Agency:                    Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc.

Title   Psychosocial and Physical Functioning Among Family Caregivers of Heart
        Transplant Recipients
        Principal Investigator:  Kenneth Ward
        Role:                    Collaborating Investigator
        Period of Funding:       2000
        Total Cost:              $77,000
        Agency:                  American Heart Association

Title   A Population Wide Smoking Cessation/Prevention Program Among Air
        Force Recruits (Minority Supplement)
        Principal Investigator:    Robert Klesges
        Role:                      Minority Supplement Recipient
        Period of Funding:         1999
        Agency:                    National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

Title   Barriers Encountered by Undocumented Immigrant and Refugee Women in
        Obtaining Prenatal, Obstetrical and Newborn Care in Shelby County, TN
        Principal Investigator:   Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
        Role:                     Principal Investigator
        Period of Funding:        1999
        Agency:                   Christ Community Medical Clinic

Title   Smoking Relapse Among Low-Income Pregnant Women
        Principal Investigator: Kenneth Ward


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            Role:                      Co-Principal Investigator
            Period of Funding:         1999
            Total Cost:                $150,000
            Agency:                    LeBonheur Health Systems, Memphis TN

Title       Women’s Health Study: A National Survey of the Health Status of Black
            Women
            Principal Investigator: Bettina Beech, Dr.P.H.
            Role:                   Co-Principal Investigator
            Period of Funding:      11/01/99 – 10/31/00
            Total Cost:             $15,000
            Agency:                 Memphis Alliance for Public Health Research

Title       Health Promotion in Indigent and Medicaid Patients
            Principal Investigator:   Phillip Brantley
            Role:                     Co-Investigator
            Period of Funding:        1995
            Total Cost:               $645,000

Title       Stress and psychopathology in medical utilization
            Principal Investigator: Phillip Brantley
            Role:                   Co-Investigator
            Period of Funding:      12/01/94 – 06/01/98
            Total Cost:             $901,187
            Agency:                 National Institutes of Mental Health

Title       Psychosocial factors and health care seeking behavior among persons
            with heartburn and/or indigestion
            Principal Investigator:    Isabel C. Scarinci, Ph.D., M.P.H.
            Role:                      Principal Investigator
            Period of Funding:         1993
            Total Cost:                $30,594
            Agency:                    Glaxo Pharmacoeconomic Research


GRANT SUPPORT:
PENDING
Title     Perceived Discrimination in Medical Care
          Principal Investigator:   Jewell Halanych, MD
          Effort:                   23%
          Period of Funding:        12/01/2008 – 11/30/2010
          Total Cost:               $275,000
          Agency:                   NIH

Title       Weight Loss and Diabetes Prevention in Latina Immigrants: Advancing
            Methods of Community-Based Intervention Delivery
            Principal Investigator:  Andrea Cherrington, M.D.
            Role:                    Investigator
            Effort:                  1%
            Period of Funding:       07/01/08 – 07/31/11
            Total Cost:              $300,000 ($100,000 Annual Direct)
            Agency:                  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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Title         Reasons for low follow-up in Black CRC Patients
              Principal Investigator:    Cheryl Holt, Ph.D.
              Role:                      Investigator
              Period of Funding:         10/01/2008 – 9/30/2010
              Total Cost:                $374,750
              Agency:                    AAMC-CDC

Title         Tobacco Product Use in Young African American Men in the Black Belt
              Counties/Deep South Network for Cancer Control – Supplement to the
              Deep South Network for Cancer Control
              Principal Investigator:  Edward E. Partridge, M.D.
              Role:                    Co-Principal Investigator
              Effort:                  5%
              Period of Funding:       02/01/08 – 01/31/09
              Total Cost:              $63,600 ($50,000 Supplement Annual Direct)
              Agency:                  NCI

Title         Racial Determinants for Breast Cancer Subtypes
              Principal Investigator:   Jose Fernandez, Ph.D.
              Role:                     Investigator
              Effort:                   10%
              Period of Funding:        04/01/08 – 03/31/13
              Total Cost:               $3,290,124
              Agency:                   NIH

Title         Social Support, Self-Management, and Hospital Use for Heart Failure
              Principal Investigator:   Raegan Durant, M.D.
              Role:                     Mentor
              Period of Funding:        04/01/08 – 03/31/10
              Total Cost:               $145,000 ($50,000 Annual Direct)
              Agency:                   NIH

OTHER:

Ad Hoc Invited Reviews – Grants (External)
2008          National Institutes of Health – Substance Abuse Prevention and Interventions
              (RPHB-B) study section
2006-2007     National Institutes of Health - Psychosocial Risk and Disease Prevention (PRDP)
              study section
2005          Brain Disorders and Clinical Neuroscience IRB (BDCN)
2004-2005     National Center for Health Disparities – Loan Repayment Program
2003-2004     National Institutes of Health -- Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards for Minority
              Students and Students with Disabilities
2002          Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program – University of California
2002          National Institute of Mental Health – Behavioral Science Track Award for Rapid
              Transition (B/START)
2001-present National Institutes of Health – Small Business Initiative Research (SBIR)
1999          Fetzer Institute

Ad Hoc Invited Reviews – Grants (Internal)
2008          UAB Sparkman Center for Global Health

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2007         UAB Minority Health and Research Center Health Disparities Research
             Symposium: From Discovery to Delivery (Judge for Oral Presentations, Poster
             Competition and MHRC Charles Barkley Young Investigator Award).
2007         UAB Center for Women’s Reproductive Health (review of pilot/feasibility grant
             proposal)
2006         Annual Conference of UAB’s Minority Health and Research Center (review of
             abstracts - Eliminating Health Disparities: Obesity & Diabetes; From Discovery to
             Delivery)
2004         UAB Center for Health Promotion (review of CDC –Special Interest Projects [SIP]
             grant proposals)
2003-present Morehouse School of Medicine/Tuskegee University/University of Alabama at
             Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center Partnership (review of pilot/feasibility
             grant proposals)

Ad Hoc Invited Reviews – Journals
2007-present Evaluation and Program Planning
2006-present Journal of Health Psychology
2006-present Cancer & Cancer Cytopathology: Journal of the American Cancer Society
2005-present Journal of General Internal Medicine
2005-present Annals of Behavioral Medicine
2005-present Cancer Control: Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center
2005-present Medical Care
2004-present Cancer Detection and Prevention
2004          Social Science & Medicine
2003          Psychological Medicine
2003-present Preventive Medicine
2003          Nursing Outlook
2002-present American Journal of Preventive Medicine
2002-present Social Science and Medicine
2001-present Journal of Health Communication
2002-present Health Promotion Practice
2002-present Health Education Research: Theory and Practice
2001          Cancer
2001          Journal of Family and Community Health
2000-present American Journal of Health Promotion
2000-present Ethnicity & Disease

Ad Hoc Invited Reviews – Scientific Meetings
Abstract Reviewer
2008          136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
              abstracts for the Medical Care Section and Latino Caucus)
2007          135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
              abstracts for the Medical Care Section and Latino Caucus)
2006          10th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved, and Cancer
2006          134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
              abstracts for the Medical Care Section and Latino Caucus)
2005          133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
              abstracts for the Medical Care Section and Latino Caucus)
2004          132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
              abstracts for the Medical Care Section and Latino Caucus)
2004          9th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved, and Cancer
              (review of abstracts-Community Program Research & Evaluation)


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2003            131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
                abstracts for the Medical Care Section)
2002            130th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (review of
                abstracts for the Medical Care section and Latino Caucus)
2002            Society of Behavioral Medicine Scientific Meeting (review of abstracts -
                prevention)
2001            Society of Behavioral Medicine Scientific Meeting (review of abstracts - cancer)


BIBLIOGRAPHY:
MANUSCRIPTS:

Manuscripts already published – Peer Reviewed (47)

1.     Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C. , Almeida, H. G. G. , Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
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4.     Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E., Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Schan, C. A. (1992).
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       between stress and reports of gastroesophageal reflux. American Journal of
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10.   Cerise, F. P., Scarinci, I. C., Thiboudaux, R., Canatella, M., Stark, S., Brantley, P. J.
      (1998). Identification and referral of alcoholism by internal medicine residents. Southern
      Medical Journal, 91(1), 27-32.

11.   Scarinci, I. C., Ames, S. C., Brantley, P. J. (1999). Chronic minor stressors experienced
      by low-income primary care patients: A prospective examination. Journal of Behavioral
      Medicine, 22, 143-156.

12.   Brantley, P. J., Scarinci, I. C., Carmack, C. L., Boudreaux, E., Streiffer, R. H., Rees, A. C.,
      Givler, D. N. (1999). Prevalence of high risk behaviors and obesity among low-income
      patients in primary care clinics. Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society, 151(3),
      126-135.

13.   Scarinci, I. C., Watson, J. M., Slawson, D. L., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M., Eck-
      Clemens, L. (2000). Socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and environmental tobacco
      exposure among nonsmoking females. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 2, 355-361.

14.   Jones, G. N., Ames, S. C., Jeffries, S. K., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2001). Utilization
      of medical services and quality of life among low-income patients with Generalized Anxiety
      Disorder attending primary care clinics. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31;
      183-197.

15.   Scarinci, I. C., Klesges, R. C., Kovach, K. W., Chang, C. (2001). Access to delivery,
      prenatal, and newborn care among undocumented Hispanics in the Memphis area.
      Tennessee Medicine, 94; 300-304.

16.   Thomas, J. T., Jones, G. N., Scarinci, I. C., Mehan, D. J., Brantley, P. J. (2001). The utility
      of the CES-D as a depression screening measure among low-income women attending
      primary care clinics. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31; 25-40.

17.   Scarinci, I. C., Slawson, D. L., Watson, D. L., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M. (2001).
      Socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and health care access among young and healthy
      women. Ethnicity and Disease, 11, 60-71.

18.   Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Naumann, W., Kovach, K. W., Pugh, L., Fapohunda, B.
      (2002). Depression, socioeconomic status, age, and marital status in Black women: a
      national study. Ethnicity and Disease, 12, 421-428.

19.   Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G. N., Thomas, J., Brantley, P. J. (2002). Examination of the
      temporal relationship between smoking and Major Depressive Disorder among low-income
      women in primary care clinics. American Journal of Health Promotion, 16(6), 323-330.

20.   Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Klesges, R.C., Slawson, D., Beech, B. M. (2002). Race,
      socioeconomic status, and perceived discrimination among healthy women. Journal of
      Women’s Health and Gender-Based Medicine, 11(5), 441-51.

21.   Alfano, C. M., Zbikowski, S. M., Robinson, L. A., Klesges, R. C., Scarinci, I. C. (2002)
      Adolescent reports of physician counseling for smoking. Pediatrics, 109, E47.

22.   Scarinci, I. C., Robinson, L.A., Alfano, C.M., Zbikowski, S.M., Klesges, R. C. (2002). The
      relationship between socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and cigarette smoking in urban
      adolescents. Preventive Medicine, 34 (2), 171-178.


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23.   Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Kovach, K.W., Bailey, T. (2003). An examination of
      sociocultural factors associated with cervical cancer screening among low-income Latina
      immigrants of reproductive age. Journal of Immigrant Health, 5(3), 119-128.

24.   Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M., Vander Weg, M., DeBon, M.,
      Eck-Clemens, L.H., Slawson, D. L., McClanahan, B. (2003). Relationships among smoking
      status, ethnicity, socioeconomic indicators, and lifestyle variables in a biracial sample of
      women. Preventive Medicine, 37, 138-147.

25.   Thomas, J.L., Jones, G.N., Scarinci, I. C., & Brantley, P.J. (2003). A descriptive
      and comparative study of the prevalence of depressive and anxiety disorders in low-
      income adults with type 2 diabetes and other chronic illnesses. Diabetes Care, 26(8),
      2311-2317.

26.   Boudreaux, E. D., Francis, J. L., Scarinci, I. C., Carmack Taylor, C. L., Brantley, P. J.
      (2003). Changing multiple health behaviors: smoking and exercise. Preventive Medicine,
      36, 471-478.

27.   Beech, B. M., Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Smoking attitudes and practices among low-income
      African Americans: Qualitative assessment of contributing factors. American Journal of
      Health Promotion, 17, 240-248.

28.   Carmack Taylor, C. L., Boudreaux, E. D., Jeffries, S. K., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J.
      (2003). Applying exercise stage of change to a low-income underserved population.
      American Journal of Health Behavior, 27, 99-107.

29.   Boudreaux, E. D., Wood, K. B., Mehan, D., Scarinci, I. C., Carmack Taylor, C. L.,
      Brantley, P. J. (2003). Congruence of readiness to change, self-efficacy, and decisional
      balance for physical activity and dietary fat reduction. American Journal of Health
      Promotion, 17(5), 329-36.

30.   Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Watson, J. M. (2004) Physician-Patient Interaction and
      Depression among African-American Women: A National Study. Ethnicity & Disease,
      14(4), 567-573.

31.   Haddock, C. K., Lando, H., Klesges, R.C., Peterson, A., Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Modified
      tobacco use and lifestyle change in risk-reducing beliefs about smoking. American Journal
      of Preventive Medicine, 27(1), 35-41.

32.   O’Hea, E.L., Boudreaux, E.D., Jeffries, S.K., Carmack, C.L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.J.
      (2004). Stage of Change Movement Across Three Health Behaviors: The Role of Self
      Efficacy. American Journal of Health Promotion, 19(2), 94-102.

33.   Vander Weg, M. W., Ward, K.D., Scarinci, I. C., Read, M. C., Evans, C.B. (2004).
      Smoking-Related Correlates of Depressive Symptoms in Low-Income Pregnant Women.
      American Journal of Health Behavior, 28(6), 510-521.

34.   Houston, T.K., Scarinci, I. C., Person, S., Greene, P. (2005). Patient smoking cessation
      advice by health care providers: the role of ethnicity, socioeconomic status and health.
      American Journal of Public Health, 95(6), 1056-1061.



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35.   Gellis, L. A., Lichstein, K. L., Scarinci, I. C., Durrence, H. H., Taylor, D. J., Bush, A. J., &
      Riedel, B. W. (2005). Socioeconomic status and insomnia. Journal of Abnormal
      Psychology, 114 (1), 111-118.

36.   Ward, K.D., Vander Weg, M.W., Sell, M.A., Scarinci, I. C., Read, M.C. (2006).
      Characteristics and Correlates of Quitting Among Black and White Low-Income Pregnant
      Smokers. American Journal Health Behavior, 30(6), 651-662.

37.   Garcés, I., Scarinci, I. C., Harrison, L. (2006). An examination of sociocultural factors
      associated with health and health care seeking among Latina immigrants. Journal of
      Immigrant and Minority Health, 8(4), 377-85.

38.   Fouad, M.N., Partridge, E., Dignan, M., Holt, C., Johnson, R.E., Nagy, C., Parham, G.,
      Person, S., Scarinci, I. C., Wynn, T.A. (2006). A Community-driven action plan to
      eliminate breast and cervical cancer disparity: Successes and limitations. Journal of
      Cancer Education, 21(Suppl.), S91-S100.

39.   Wynn, T., Johnson, R., Fouad, M., Holt, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Nagy, C., Partridge, E.,
      Dignan, M., Person, S., Parham, G., (2006). Addressing disparities through coalition
      building: Alabama REACH 2010 lessons learned. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and
      Underserved, 17(2), 55-77.

40.   Scarinci, I. C., Silveira, A., Dos Santos, D., Beech, B. (2007). Sociocultural factors
      associated with cigarette smoking among women in Brazilian worksites: a qualitative
      study. Health Promotion International, 22, 146-154.

41.   Harrison, L., Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Child Health Needs of Rural Alabama Latino Families.
      Journal of Community Health Nursing, 24(1), 31-47.

42.   Scarinci, I. C., Garcés-Palacio, I. C., Partridge, E.(2007). An Examination of Acceptability
      of HPV Vaccination among African American Women and Latina Immigrants. Journal of
      Women’s Health, 16(8), 1224-33.
43.   Nagy, M.C., Johnson, R.E., Vanderpool, R. C., Fouad, M.N., Dignan, M., Wynn, T.A.,
      Partridge, E., Scarinci, I. C., Holt, C.L., Person, S.D. (2007). Process evaluation in
      action: Lessons learned from Alabama REACH 2010. Journal of Health Disparities
      Research and Practice, 2(2), 65-79.

44.   Parham, G., Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Strategies for achieving healthy energy balance among
      African Americans in the Mississippi Delta. Preventing Chronic Disease, 4(4), A97.

45.   Van Duyn, M. A., McCrae, T., Wingrove, B. K., Henderson, K. M., Boyd, J. K., Kagawa-
      Singer, M., Ramirez, A. G., Scarinci, I. C., Wolff, L. S., Penalosa, T. L., Maibach, E. W.
      (2007). Adapting evidence-based strategies to increase physical activity among African
      Americans, Hispanics, Hmong, and Native Hawaiians: a social marketing approach.
      Preventing Chronic Disease, 4(4), A102.

46.   Thomas, J. L., Jones, G. N., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2007) Social Support and the
      Association of Type 2 Diabetes and Depressive and Anxiety Disorders among Low-income
      Adults Seen in Primary Care Clinics. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings,
      14(4), 351-359.




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47.   Garcés-Palacio, I. C., Altarac, M, Scarinci, I .C. (2008) Contraceptive knowledge and use
      among low-income Hispanic immigrant women and non-Hispanic women. Contraception,
      77(4), 270-5.

Manuscripts already published – Non-Peer Reviewed (2)

      Downs, L., Smith, J., Scarinci, I., Flowers, L., and Parham, G.P. (2008) The Disparity of
      Cervical Cancer in Diverse Populations. Gynecologic Oncology, 109(2)(S1), S22-S30.

      Bradley, L.A., Scarinci, I. C., Richter, J.E. (1991). Pain threshold levels and coping
      strategies among patients with chest pain and normal coronary arteries. Medical Clinics of
      North America, 75(5), 1189-1202.

Manuscripts in Press

      Frazier, M., Garces, I., Scarinci, I., Marsh-Tootle, W. Seeking Eye Care for Children:
      Perceptions among Hispanic Immigrant Parents. J Immigrant Minor Health, 2008; doi:
      10.1007/s10903-008-9160-4.

      Cherrington A., Ayala G. X., Amick H., Allison, J., Corbie-Smith G., Scarinci I. C.
      Implementing the community health worker model within diabetes management:
      challenges and lessons learned from programs across the U.S. Diabetes Educator.

      Cherrington, A., Ayala, G. X., Amick, H., Scarinci, I. C., Allison, J., Corbie-Smith, G.
      Applying the Community Health Worker Model to Diabetes Management: Implementation
      and Effectiveness. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.

      Holt, C. L., Roberts, C., Scarinci, I. C., Wiley, S. R., Eloubeidi, M., Crowther, M., Bolland,
      J., Litaker, M. S., Southward, V., & Coughlin, S. S. Development of a spiritually-based
      educational program to increase colorectal cancer screening among African American
      men and women. Health Communication.

Manuscripts submitted but not yet accepted

      Scarinci, I. C., Johnson, R. E., Hardy, C., Marron, J., Partridge, E. E. Planning and
      Implementation of a Participatory Evaluation Strategy in the Elimination of Cancer
      Disparities. Evaluation and Program Planning.

      Levine, D., Allison, J., Cherrington, A., Richman, J., Scarinci, I. C., Houston, T. Self-
      Monitoring of Blood Glucose by Race/Ethnicity and Income in US Adults with Insulin-
      treated Diabetes. Diabetes Care.

      Redding, K., Funkhouser, E., Garcés-Palacio, I. C., Person, S., Scarinci, I. C. Vaginal
      Douching among Immigrant Latinas in Birmingham, Alabama. Sexually Transmitted
      Diseases.

Manuscripts in preparation

      Scarinci, I. C., Silveira, A. Implementation of Tobacco Control Policy in Brazilian
      Worksites: Women’s Perceptions




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     Scarinci I. C., Castle P., Garces I. C., Kendrick T,, Partridge, E. Self-collected sampling
     for HPV testing: acceptability and usability among African American women in the
     Mississippi Delta.

Other Publications (letters to the author, book reviews, etc.)

     Scarinci, I. C. (2000). Socioeconomic status and health. Living Anthropology 2 (3), 4, 14.

     Mendoza M., Afflitto, F. M., Scarinci, I. C., Martin, C., Redding S., Burrell, L. S. (2001).
     Current research at the University of Memphis on Latino immigration. Living Anthropology
     3 (2), 4-5 (a publication of the Mid-South Association of Professional Anthropologists).

BOOKS:

Books and Book Chapters

   Silveira, A. F., Santos, D. F. dos, Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Considerations about tobacco use
   among working women in Curitiba. In: Silveira, A. F., Winter, C.A.F.C., Carneiro, N.G.O.
   (Eds.). Sourcebook on Mental Health, Psychopathology, and Psychoanalyses. Editora
   Universitária Champagnat, Curitiba: PR, Brazil.

   Silveira, A. F., Santos, D. F. dos, Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Tobacco Use Among Working
   Women in Curitiba. In: Silveira, A.F. ; Carneiro, N.G.D.O., Montenegro, C.F. (Editors).
   Mental Health Collectanea, Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis. Curitiba, PR, Brazil.

   Scarinci, I. C., Almeida, H.G.G., Haddad, M. C. L., Tokushima, E. H., Ferreira , C.M.A.
   (1987). Psychological and interdisciplinary assistance to diabetic patients. In L. Damaceno
   (Ed.). Diabetes Education ,Vitória, ES: U.F.E.S.

   Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
   (1987). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient setting. In L. Damaceno
   (Ed.). Diabetes Education, Vitória, ES: U.F.E.S.

   Almeida, H. G. G., Oliveira, M. L., Haddad, M. C. L., Guariente, M. L. D. M., Scarinci, I. C.
   (1987). Complementary examinations for diabetic patients. In L. Damaceno (Ed.). Diabetes
   Education, Vitória, ES: U.F.E.S.

Published Abstracts

   Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Garces, I., Fouad, M., McGuire, A. (2007). Sowing the Seeds of
   Health: A Program for Latina Immigrants. Journal of Cancer Education 22 (4) (Suppl), 43.

   Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Garces, I. (2007). Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
   among Latina Immigrants: The Role of Lay Health Promoters. Journal of Cancer Education
   22 (4) (Suppl), 48.

   Roberts, C., Holt, C., Scarinci, I. C., Southward, P., Crowther, M., Bolland, J., Litaker, M.,
   Coughlin, S., Eloubeidi, M. (2007). Development of a spiritually-based educational program
   to promote colorectal cancer screening through African American churches. Journal of
   Cancer Education 22 (4) (Suppl), 15.




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Jackson, K.D., Beech, B.M., Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Doctor-Patient Interaction and
Childhood Abuse Among African American Women: A National Study. Annals of Behavioral
Medicine 27 (Suppl), S161.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2004) Sociocultural Factors Associated with Cervical Cancer
Screening Among Latina Immigrants: A Qualitative Study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine
27 (Suppl), S006.

Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Klesges, R. C., Beech, B., Slawson, D. (2003). Perceived
gender discrimination, socioeconomic status (SES), and health care access in young
healthy women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 25 (Suppl), S162.

Watson, J. M., Beech, B., Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Physician-patient communication,
socioeconomic status, age, and perceived discrimination among African American women: a
national study. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 25 (Suppl), S046.

Scarinci, I. C., Watson, J., Klesges, R.C., Slawson, D., Beech, B. (2001). Socioeconomic
status (SES), ethnicity, and discrimination among women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 23
(Suppl), S106.

Watson, J. M., Klesges, R. C., Scarinci, I. C., Murray, D. M., Vander Weg, M., DeBon, M.,
Eck-Clemmens, L. H., Slawson, D. L., McClanahan, B. (2001). The relationship between
smoking status, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and lifestyle variables in a biracial sample
of women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 23 (Suppl), S47.

O'Hea, E.L., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J., Scarinci, I. C. (2001) Ethnic differences in coping
in a low SES medical population. Annals of Behavioral Medicine,23.(Suppl.), S47.

Scarinci, I. C., Thomas, J., Jones, G., Brantley, P. (2000). Smoking and Major Depressive
Disorder (MDD) among low-income females attending primary care clinics (presented at the
21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S214.

Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Slawson, D. L., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M., Eck-Clemens,
L. H. (2000). Socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and environmental tobacco exposure among
healthy females (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S121.

O’Hea-Mangel, E. L., Boudreaux, E., Martin, P. D., Catz, S. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.J.
(2000). The Ways of Religious Coping Scale: Norms and demographic predictors across
several low-income medical samples (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S22.

McCabe, B. A., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2000).
Smoking cessation and exercise: The relation between self-efficacy and decisional balance
theories (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine
meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S86.

O’Hea-Mangel, E. L., Jones, G. N., Jeffries, S. K., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2000).
Ways of Coping Questionnaire: Caution with low SES, minority populations (presented at
the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S106.


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Jeffries, S., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. (2000). An analysis of
social desirability and stage of change for exercise behavior and dietary fat consumption
among primary care patients (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S148.

Mehan, D. J, McCabe, B. A., Boudreaux, E. D., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.
J. (2000). Exercise and dietary fat intake: The relation between self-efficacy and decisional
balance theories (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S149.

Mehan, D. J., Brantley, P. J., Jeffries, S. K., Thomas, J. L., Jones, G. N., Scarinci, I. C.
(2000). Generalized anxiety disorder and obesity in low-income primary care patients
(presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting).
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 22 (Suppl), S149.

Thomas, J. L., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G. N., Mehan, D. J., Brantley, P. J. (1999). Predictive
validity of the CES-D for depressive disorders in low SES, primary care females (presented
at the 20th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 21 (Suppl), S94.

Scarinci, I. C., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C.L., Ames, S.C., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Dietary fat
intake, leisure-time physical activity, and obesity among low-income, hypertensive patients
in primary care clinics (presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S100.

Scarinci, I. C., Mehan, D.J., Jeffries, S.K., Applegate, B.W., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Stability
of leisure-time physical activity among low-income adult females in primary care clinics
(presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting).
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S219.


Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Carmack, C.L., Boudreaux, E., Brantley, P.J. (1998).
Occupational/household physical activity, and health status among low-income patients in
primary care clinics (presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S219.

Brantley, P.J., Scarinci, I. C. (1998). The challenge of working with low-income patients
attending primary care clinics: An overview of training psychologists, interacting with
physicians, and addressing patients’ needs (presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S021.

Mehan, D.J. Jr., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Body Mass Index and
quality of life among low-income patients in primary care clinics (presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral
Medicine 20 (Suppl), S210.

Ames, S.C., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Chronic minor and major
stressors experienced by low-income primary care patients: A longitudinal study (presented
at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S072.



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Applegate, B.W., Thomas, J., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Stressful
events, social support, and health related quality of life in a low SES primary care
population: A prospective examination (presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine 20 (Suppl), S110.

Jeffries, S.K., Scarinci, I. C., Reid, P.A., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Major
depression and health outcomes among low-income individuals (presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral
Medicine 20 (Suppl), S087.

Ahern, D.K, Osgood-Hynes, D., Scarinci, I. C., Baer, L. (1998). Reliability of Integrated
Voice Response (IVR) scales for psychological and physical health (presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral
Medicine 20 (Suppl), S157.

Brantley, P. J., Scarinci, I. C., Ames, S. C., Jones, G. N. (1997). Minor stressors as
predictors of depression in a low-income primary care population (presented at the
International Conference on Mental Health Problems in the General Health Care Sector).
The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 27(4): 304-305.

Scarinci, I. C., Mehan, D. J., Jones, G. E., Brantley, P. J. (1997). Leisure-time physical
activity and disability days among low-income primary care patients (presented at the 18th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral
Medicine 19(Suppl), S108.

Brantley, P. J., Applegate, B. W., Scarinci, I. C., Jeffries, S. K., Jones, G. E., Jennings, T.
(1997). Social support as a moderator of the association between stress and psychological
distress among a low-income primary care population (presented at the 18th Scientific
Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of Behavioral Medicine
19(Suppl), S89.

Carmack, C. L., Boudreaux, E., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (1997). The stress buffering
effects on leisure-time physical activity in a low-income primary care population (presented
at the 18th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 19(Suppl), S68.

Brantley, P. J., Scarinci, I. C., Applegate, B. W., Jones, G. E., Howe, J. (1996). Leisure-time
physical activity as a moderator of the association between stress and psychological
distress among a low-income primary care female population (presented at the 10th NIH
International Conference on Mental Health Problems in the General Health Care Sector).
The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 26.

Scarinci, I. C., McDonald-Haile, J., Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E. (1995). Altered pain
perception among women with gastrointestinal disorders and history of abuse: A preliminary
model. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 17, 155-156.

Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E., Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Schan, C. A. (1993). Mechanisms
of altered pain perception in non-cardiac chest pain patients (presented at Digestive
Disease Week). Gastroenterology 104, A482.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1992). Pain
perception and psychosocial correlates of sexual/physical abuse among patients with


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  gastrointestinal (GI) disorders (presented at Digestive Disease Week). Gastroenterology
  102, A509.

  Scarinci, I. C., Schan, C. A., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E. (1992). Psychological
  distress and health care seeking behavior among persons with symptoms of
  gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) (presented at Digestive Disease Week).
  Gastroenterology 102, A509.

  Bradley, L. A., Alarcón, G. S., Haile, J. M., Scarinci, I. C. (1992). Pain thresholds are
  associated with health care seeking among persons with fibromyalgia (FM).Arthritis and
  Rheumatism 35,R11.

  Bradley L. A., Alarcón, G. S., Haile, J. M., Scarinci, I. C. (1992). Pain perception and
  psychological distress among patients and non-patients with fibromyalgia (FM) (presented at
  the American College of Rheumatology meeting). Scandinavian Journal of Rheumatology
  21 (Suppl 94), 27.

  Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., McDonald, J. E., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1991). Choice of
  psychiatric criteria affects relationship between non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) and panic
  disorder (PD) (presented at the Digestive Disease Week). Gastroenterology 100, A425.

  Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., Schan, C. A., McDonald, J. E., Richter, J. E. (1991). Irritable
  bowel syndrome (IBS) patients do not show generalized low pain thresholds (presented at
  the Digestive Disease Week). Gastroenterology 100, A424.

  Bradley, L. A., Richter, J.E., Scarinci, I. C., Salley, A. N., Schan, C. A., Dalton, C. B.,
  McDonald, J. E. (1990). Disability, pain, and coping among non-cardiac chest pain patients:
  comparisons with angina and reflux patients and treatment implications (presented at the
  Digestive Disease Week). Gastroenterology 98, A330.

POSTER EXHIBITS:

  Scarinci, I. C., Garces, I., McGuire, A., Bandura, L. (2007). Sowing the Seeds of Health: A
  program for Latina immigrants. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American
  Association for Cancer Education, Birmingham, AL.

  Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Factors associated with perceived risk of cervical cancer
  among Latina immigrants. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public
  Health Association, Washington, DC.

  Redding, K., Scarinci, I. C., Garces, I., Person, S., Funkhouser, E. (2007). Vaginal
  douching among Latina Immigrants. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American
  Public Health Association, Washington, DC.

  Strother, C., Scarinci, I. C., Pillion, D., Fouad, M., Vickers, S. (2007). A Community-
  Academic Model for diabetes and colorectal cancer education and health awareness in
  African-American churches. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public
  Health Association, Washington, DC.

  Neely, D., Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Sowing the Seeds of Health: A Program for Latinas. Poster
  presentation (CaRES Program abstract) at UAB Medical School Research Day,
  Birmingham, AL.


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Roberts, C., Holt, C., Scarinci, I. C., Crowther, M., Coughlin, S., Eloubeidi, M., Stroud, L.,
Thompson, J., Southward, P. (2006). Development of a spiritually-based educational
program to promote colorectal cancer screening through African American churches.
Presented at Annual UAB Cancer Center Retreat, Tuscaloosa, AL. Awarded Honorable
Mention.

Holt, C.L., Scarinci, I. C., Crowther, M., Bolland, J., Litaker, M.S., Eloubeidi, M., Stroud, L.,
Thompson, J., Roberts, C., Southward, P.(2006). Development of a spiritually-based
educational program to promote colorectal cancer screening through African American
churches. Presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health
Association, Boston, MA.

Beech, B.M., Kent, A.E., Christy, J.E., Murray, D.M., Scarinci, I. C., Buscemi, J. (2006).
Workforce Education to Cease Addiction to Nicotine (WE CAN): pilot intervention to elicit
smoking cut down and cessation among low-income African American men. Presented at
134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

Silveira, A. F., Scarinci, I. C., Sandoval, S. (2006). Understanding the Rational about Indoor
Smoking Law among Establishment’s Owners and Managers in Curitiba, Brazil. Presented
at the 13th World Conference on Tobacco Or Health, Washington, D.C.

Silveira, A. F., Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Women’s Perceptions about Tobacco Control Policy at
Worksites in Curitiba, Brazil. Presented at the 13th World Conference on Tobacco Or
Health, Washington, D.C.

Scarinci, I. C., Person, S., Azuero, A., Strother, C., Fouad, M., Vickers, S. (2006). Factors
Associated with Colorectal Cancer Screening Among African Americans in Church Settings.
Presented at UICC World Cancer Congress 2006, Washington, D.C.

Scarinci, I. C., Azuero, A., Person, S., Fouad, M., Strother, C., Vickers, S. (2006).
Socioeconomic Status and Physical Activity among African Americans in Church Settings.
Presented at the UICC World Cancer Congress, Washington, DC.


Scarinci, I. C., Strother, C., Pillion, D., Fouad, M., Vickers, S. (2006). Building Partnerships
between Research Settings and Communities: A Model for Colorectal Cancer Prevention in
African American Churches. Presented at the 10th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the
Medically Underserved and Cancer, Washington, DC.

Scarinci, I. C., Azuero, A., Person, S., Fouad, M., Strother, C., Vickers, S. (2006).
Socioeconomic Status and Physical Activity among African Americans in Church Settings.
Presented at the 10th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved and
Cancer, Washington, DC.

Scarinci, I. C., Alarcon, G, Fouad, M., Norena, M. (2005). Latino/Hispanic Health Working
Group: An academic solution to respond to emerging health needs of Latino/Hispanic
immigrants. Presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public
Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Scarinci, I. C., Person, S.D., Silveira, A., Dos Santos, D. F., Goudie, A., Beech, B.M.
(2005) Risk reducing beliefs about tobacco use among Brazilian women in the workforce.


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Presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public Health
Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Acceptability of HPV Vaccine among Latina immigrants in
Alabama. Presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public
Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Brooke, C., Garces, I. (2005). Sowing the Seeds of Health:
Training Lay Health Promoters in the Latino Community. Presented at Exploring Models to
Eliminate Cancer Disparities among African American and Latino Populations: Research
and Community Solutions, Atlanta, GA.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. (2004). Cervical Cancer Primary Prevention Among Latina
Immigrants: Knowledge And Beliefs Regarding Sexual Risk Reduction. Presented at the 9th
Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved, and Cancer, Washington,
DC.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Sociocultural Factors Associated with Cervical Cancer
Screening Among Latina Immigrants: A Qualitative Study. Presented at the 9th Biennial
Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved, and Cancer, Washington, DC.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2004) Sociocultural Factors Associated with Cervical Cancer
Screening Among Latina Immigrants: A Qualitative Study. Presented at the Society of
Behavioral Medicine Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Jackson, K.D., Beech, B.M., Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Doctor-Patient Interaction and
Childhood Abuse Among African American Women: A National Study. Presented at the
Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Cancer Prevention Among Low-Income, Minority Women.
Presented at NIH RO3 Meeting, Washington, DC.

dos Santos, D.F., Scarinci, I. C., Silveria, A., Beech, B.M. (2003). Visual messages
regarding hazards of smoking on cigarette packs: perceptions of Brazilian working women.
Presented at the 12th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Helsinki, Finland.

dos Santos, D.F., Scarinci, I. C., Silveria, A., Beech, B.M. (2003). Cigarette smoking among
Brazilian working women: are current smokers different from former smokers. Presented at
the 12th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Helsinki, Finland.

Silveria, A. F., dos Santos, D. F., Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B.M. (2003). An Analysis
Regarding the Impact of Pictures Against Tobacco Use on Cigarette Packs. Presented at III
Encontro Paranaense de Psicologia Social, Umuarama, PR, Brazil.

Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Klesges, R. C., Beech, B., Slawson, D. (2003). Perceived
gender discrimination, socioeconomic status (SES), and health care access in young
healthy women. Presented at the 24th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.

O'Hea, E.L., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J., Scarinci, I. C. (2001) Ethnic differences in coping
in a low SES medical population. Presented at the 22nd Scientific Meeting of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine.


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Scarinci, I. C., Watson, J., Klesges, R.C., Slawson, D., Beech, B. (2001). Socioeconomic
status (SES), ethnicity, and discrimination among women. Presented at the 22nd Scientific
Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Beech, B.M., Scarinci, I. C., Kovach, K. W., Madlock, Y., Waller, B., Carson, B., Young, J.
(2001). Building a partnership between a research setting and community agencies: lessons
learned. Presented the 129th American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Scarinci, I. C., Robinson, L. A., Klesges, R. C., Zbikowski, S. M., Alfano, C. M. (2000).
Proxy measures of socioeconomic status (SES) in adolescents and their relationship to
cigarette smoking. Presented at the 128th American Public Health Association Meeting.
Boston, MA.

Beech, B. M., Droker, S., Pree-Cary, J., Scarinci, I. C. (2000). Smoking initiation among
low-income African Americans: qualitative assessment of contributing factors. Presented at
the 128th American Public Health Association Meeting. Boston, MA.

McCabe, B. A., Boudreaux, E. D., Scarinci, I. C., Carmack, C., Brantley, P. J. (2000). The
prediction of relapse and progress in smoking stage of change over a 1-month period in a
low income, primary care. Presented at the 33rd Annual Convention of the Association for
Advancement of Behavior Therapy. New Orleans, LA.

O’Hea-Mangel, E. L., Boudreaux, E., Martin, P. D., Catz, S. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.J.
(2000). The Ways of Religious Coping Scale: Norms and demographic predictors across
several low-income medical samples. Presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society
of Behavioral Medicine.

McCabe, B. A., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2000).
Smoking cessation and exercise: The relation between self-efficacy and decisional balance
theories. Presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

O’Hea-Mangel, E. L., Jones, G. N., Jeffries, S. K., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (2000).
Ways of Coping Questionnaire: Caution with low SES, minority populations. Presented at
the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Jeffries, S., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. (2000). An analysis of
social desirability and stage of change for exercise behavior and dietary fat consumption
among primary care patients. Presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine.

Mehan, D. J, McCabe, B. A., Boudreaux, E. D., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.
J. (2000). Exercise and dietary fat intake: The relation between self-efficacy and decisional
balance theories (presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.

Mehan, D. J., Brantley, P. J., Jeffries, S. K., Thomas, J. L., Jones, G. N., Scarinci, I. C.
(2000). Generalized anxiety disorder and obesity in low-income primary care patients.
Presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting).

Jeffries, S. K., Boudreaux, E. D., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (1999). The
relationship between decisional balance, self-efficacy, and social desirability among self-


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reported high risk behaviors among patients attending primary care clinics. Presented at the
33rd Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. Toronto,
Canada.

Scarinci, I. C., Slawson, D. L., Watson, J. M., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M. (1999).
Socioeconomic status and health care access among young and healthy females: The
relationship between race, education, occupation, income, and median household income
within zip codes. Presented at the meeting on Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial
Nations: Social, Psychological, and Biological Pathways, Bethesda, MD.

Thomas, J. L., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G. N., Mehan, D. J., Brantley, P. J. (1999). Predictive
validity of the CES-D for depressive disorders in low SES, primary care females. Presented
at the 20th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Applegate, B. W., Ames, S. C., Jeffries, S. K., Thomas, J. L., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J.
(1999). Traumatic life events and PTSD as predictors of self-reported health status
impairments in low-income primary care patients. Presented at the 33rd Annual Convention
of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. Toronto, Canada.

Scarinci, I. C., Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C.L., Ames, S.C., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Dietary fat
intake, leisure-time physical activity, and obesity among low-income, hypertensive patients
in primary care clinics. Presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.

Scarinci, I. C., Mehan, D.J., Jeffries, S.K., Applegate, B.W., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Stability
of leisure-time physical activity among low-income adult females in primary care clinics.
Presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Carmack, C.L., Boudreaux, E., Brantley, P.J. (1998).
Occupational/household physical activity, and health status among low-income patients in
primary care clinics. Presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.

Mehan, D.J. Jr., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Body Mass Index and
quality of life among low-income patients in primary care clinics. Presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Ames, S.C., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Chronic minor and major
stressors experienced by low-income primary care patients: A longitudinal study. Presented
at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Thomas, J.L., Applegate, B.W., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998).
Confirmatory factor analysis of the CES-D in a low-income primary care female population.
Presented at the 32nd Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior
Therapy. New York, NY.

Jeffries, S.K., Scarinci, I. C., Reid, P.A., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Major
depression and health outcomes among low-income individuals. Presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Applegate, B.W., Thomas, J., Scarinci, I. C., Jones, G.N., Brantley, P.J. (1998). Stressful
events, social support, and health related quality of life in a low SES primary care


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population: A prospective examination. Presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting.

Scarinci, I. C., Carmack, C. L., Boudreaux, E., Linker, E., Brantley, P. J. (1996) Stages of
change, self-efficacy, and decisional balance in dietary fat intake: An integrative approach in
a low-income primary care population. Presented at the 30th Annual Convention of the
Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. New York, NY.

Boudreaux, E., Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Koch, M., Brantley, P. J. (1996) Predicting
smoking stage of change using self-efficacy and decisional balance theories: A replication
and extension to a low SES sample. Presented at the 30th Annual Convention of the
Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York, NY.

Carmack, C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Boudreaux, E., Cahill, T. M., Brantley, P. J. (1996).
Application of stages of change, self-efficacy, & decisional balance for exercise to a
specialized primary care population. Presented at the 30th Annual Convention of the
Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. New York, NY.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1993). Pain
perception and psychosocial sequelae of sexual/physical abuse among females with
gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Presented at the: 7th World Congress on Pain. Paris,
France.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1993). Pain
perception and psychosocial sequelae of sexual/physical abuse among females with
gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Presented at the: 58th Annual Meeting of the American
College of Gastroenterology. New York, NY.

Scarinci, I. C., Schan, C. A., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E. (1992). Psychological
distress and health care seeking behavior among persons with symptoms of
gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Presented at Digestive Disease Week.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1992). Pain
perception and psychosocial correlates of sexual/physical abuse among patients with
gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the American Pain
Society. San Diego, CA.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, (1992). J. E. Sensory and
psychological factors underlying altered pain perception among non-cardiac chest pain
patients. Presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society, San Diego,
CA.

Bradley, L. A., Alarcón, G. S., Haile, J. M., Scarinci, I. C. (1992). Pain thresholds are
associated with health care seeking among persons with fibromyalgia, at the: 11th Annual
Meeting of the American Pain Society. San Diego, CA.

Bradley L. A., Alarcón, G. S., Haile, J. M., Scarinci, I. C. (1992). Pain perception and
psychological distress among patients and non-patients with fibromyalgia (FM). Presented
at the American College of Rheumatology meeting.

Scarinci, I. C., McDonald, J. E., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1991).
Psychological distress and psychiatric morbidity in gastroesophageal reflux disease


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   (GERD): is this a pure organic disease? Presented at the 10th Annual Meeting of the
   American Pain Society, New Orleans, LA.

   Almeida, H. G. G. , Haddad, M. C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Takahashi, O. C., Guariente, M. H. D.
   M., Tokushima, E. H. (1988). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient
   setting: an educational video. Presented at the I Health Week of Londrina. Londrina, PR,
   Brazil.

   Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Haddad, M. C. L., Guariente M. H. D.
   M. (1988). Support material used in the assistance to diabetic patients. Presented at the II
   National Meeting on Diabetes Education, Florianópolis, SC.

Oral Presentations

Scientific papers presented at national and international meetings

   Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Cherrington, A., Fouad, M., Grimley, D., Simpson, T., Person,
   S. (2007). Friendship Circles for Health: A program addressing cervical cancer prevention
   among Latina immigrants. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public
   Health Association, Washington, DC.

   Scarinci, I. C., Garcés, I. C., Partridge, E. (2007). Acceptability of self-collected sampling for
   HPV testing among African American women in the Mississippi Delta. Presented at the 135th
   Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.



   Scarinci, I. C., Parham, G., Partridge, E. (2007). Perceived benefits and barriers to
   suggested physical activity promotion strategies among African Americans in the Mississippi
   Delta. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association,
   Washington, DC.


   Scarinci, I. C., Kendrick, J., Partridge, E. (2007). Usability of the device for self-collected
   sampling for HPV testing among African American women in the Mississippi Delta.
   Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association,
   Washington, DC.

   Fouad, M., Partridge, E., Martin, M., Scarinci, I. C., Norena, M., Thompson, J. (2007).
   Establishing a community-based program for physical exercise of low-income inner-city
   residents through community partnerships. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the
   American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.

   Holt, C., Scarinci, I. C., Crowther, M., Bolland, M., Litaker, M., Roberts, C., Southward, P.,
   Coughlin, S., Eloubeidi, M. (2007). Colorectal cancer knowledge, perceived barriers to and
   benefits of screening, stage of readiness for screening, and screening behaviors among
   urban church-attending African Americans: Findings from and feasibility of a self-
   administered church-based survey. Presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American
   Public Health Association, Washington, DC.




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Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Garces, I. (2007). Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
among Latina Immigrants: The Role of Lay Health Promoters. Presented at the 40th Annual
Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Education, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C., Garces, I., Partridge, E. (2007). Acceptability of HPV Vaccine among Latina
Immigrants and African American Women. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the
American Association for Cancer Education, Birmingham, AL.

Holt, C., Scarinci, I. C., Crowther, M., Bolland, J., Litaker, M.S., Eloubeidi, M., Roberts, C.,
Southward, P. (2007). Development of a spiritually-based educational program to promote
colorectal cancer screening through African American churches. Presented at the 40th
Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Education, Birmingham, AL.

Brandt, H., Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Eliminating cervical cancer disparities: the role of
information and communication. Presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American
Association of Public Health, Boston, MA.

Harrison, L., Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Child Health Needs of Rural Alabama Latino Families.
Presented at the 2006 National State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research,
Washington, D.C.

Scarinci, I. C., Strother, C., Pillion, D., Fouad, M., Vickers, S. (2006). Building Partnerships
between Research Settings and Communities: A Model for Colorectal Cancer Prevention in
African American Churches. Presented at the UICC World Cancer Congress, Washington,
DC.

Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Brooke, C., Garces, I. (2006). Breast and Cervical Cancer
Screening Among Latina Immigrants: How Can We Do Better? Presented at the UICC
World Cancer Congress, Washington, DC.

Scarinci, I. C., Person, S., Azuero, A., Strother, C., Fouad, M., Vickers, S. (2006). Factors
Associated with Colorectal Cancer Screening Among African Americans in Church Settings.
Presented at the 10th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved and
Cancer, Washington, D.C.

Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L., Brooke, C., Garces, I. (2006). Breast and Cervical Cancer
Screening Among Latina Immigrants: How Can We Do Better? Presented at the 10th
Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved and Cancer, Washington,
D.C.

Garces, I.C, Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Contraceptive use among low income Latina immigrants.
Presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public Health
Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Silveira, A., Scarinci, I. C., dos Santos, D.F., Beech, B.M. (2003). Getting cool with
cigarettes: the power of peer pressure on smoking initiation among Brazilian working
women. Presented at the 12th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Helsinki, Finland.

Watson, J. M., Beech, B., Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Physician-patient communication,
socioeconomic status, age, and perceived discrimination among African American women: a
national study. Presented at the 24th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.


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Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Stone, J. S., Bailey, T. (2002) Building a program on women’s
health for low-income Latina immigrants: A successful partnership. Presented at the 130th
American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA (Session organizer – Health Care
of Immigrant Women – What Has Gone Well?; ).

Scarinci, I. C., Silveira, A., Beech, B. M., Melamed, N., dos Santos, D. F. Sociocultural
factors associated with smoking among women in Brazilian worksites. Presented at the
130th American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA, November, 2002.

Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Watson, J. Physician-patient communication and depression
among African American women: A national study. Presented at the 130th American Public
Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA, November, 2002.

Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Louwerse, D., Stone, J. S., Bailey, T. Sowing the Seeds of
Health: A program on reproductive health and family planning for low-income Latinas.
Presented at the 130th American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA,
November, 2002.

Silveira A., Scarinci, I. C., dos Santo, D. F., Beech, B. M. Gender role and tobacco use.
10th Society of Psychology of Paraná Annual Meeting. Curitiba, PR, Brazil, 2002.

Dos Santos, D. F., Silveira, A., Scarinci, I. C. Tobacco use among working women in Brazil:
An exploratory study. Presented at the 6th Regional Meeting of the ―Unitrabalho‖ – Labor
and Society (South Region). Curitiba, PR, Brazil, 2002.

Silveira, A., Scarinci, I. C., dos Santos, D. F., Melamed, N., Beech, B. Factors associated
with smoking habits among working women. Presented at the 1st National Meeting of
Psychology – Science and Occupation. São Paulo, SP, Brazil, 2002 (Symposium).

Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Naumann, W., Kovach, K. W., Pugh, L., Morris, K.,
Fapohunda, B. Socioeconomic status, age, and depressive symptomatology among African
American women: a national study. Presented at the 129th American Public Health
Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA, October, 2001 (Symposium).

Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Kovach, K. W., Stone, J. S., Bailey, T. Coalition building to
promote cancer screening and family planning among low-income Hispanic women: a
successful experience. Presented at the 129th American Public Health Association Meeting.
Atlanta, GA, October, 2001.

Scarinci, I. C., Beech, B. M., Kovach, K. W., Louwerse, D., Stone, J., Bailey, T. Lack of
cervical cancer screening among Hispanic women: is it ethnicity or income level? Presented
at the 129th American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA, October, 2001.

Beech, B. M., Scarinci, I. C., Naumann, W., Kovach, K. W., Pugh, L., Deane, S.
Socioeconomic status, age, and discrimination in a national sample of African American
women. Presented at the 129th American Public Health Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA,
October, 2001.

Beech, B. M., Scarinci, I. C., Naumann, W., Kovach, K. W., Pugh, L., Balzora, S. (2001).
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across socioeconomic status and age? Presented at the 129th American Public Health
Association Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

Watson, J. M., Klesges, R. C., Scarinci, I. C., Murray, D. M., Vander Weg, M., DeBon, M.,
Eck-Clemmens, L. H., Slawson, D. L., McClanahan, B. (2001). The relationship between
smoking status, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and lifestyle variables in a biracial sample
of women. Presented at the 22nd Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Scarinci, I. C., Slawson, D. L., Watson, J. M., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M, Beech, B. M.
(2000). Socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and health care access among young healthy
women. Presented at the 128th American Public Health Association Meeting. Boston, MA,
2000.

Scarinci, I. C., Thomas, J., Jones, G., Brantley, P. (2000). Smoking and Major Depressive
Disorder (MDD) among low-income females attending primary care clinics (presented at the
21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Watson, J. M., Scarinci, I. C., Slawson, D. L., Klesges, R. C., Murray, D. M., Eck-Clemens,
L. H. (2000). Socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and environmental tobacco exposure among
healthy females. Presented at the 21st Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine.

Brantley, P.J., Jones, G.N., Jeffries, S.K., Scarinci, I. C., Howe, J.T., Applegate, B.W.
(1998). The role of major and minor stressors in predicting health-related outcomes among
low-income primary care patients. Presented at the 12th NIMH International Conference on
Mental Health Problems in the General Health Sector. Washington, DC.

Jones, G.N., Ames, S.C., Thomas, J.L., Jeffries, S.K., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P.J. (1998).
Generalized anxiety disorder patients utilize the emergency room more than non-anxious
controls: A study of low-income, primary care patients. Presented at the 12th NIMH
International Conference on Mental Health Problems in the General Health Sector.
Washington, DC.

Brantley, P.J., Scarinci, I. C. (1998). The challenge of working with low-income patients
attending primary care clinics: An overview of training psychologists, interacting with
physicians, and addressing patients’ needs. Presented at the 19th Scientific Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting - workshop.

Ahern, D.K, Osgood-Hynes, D., Scarinci, I. C., Baer, L. (1998). Reliability of Integrated
Voice Response (IVR) scales for psychological and physical health. Presented at the 19th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting.

Brantley, P. J., Scarinci, I. C., Ames, S. C., Jones, G. N. (1997). Minor stressors as
predictors of depression in a low-income primary care population. Presented at the
International Conference on Mental Health Problems in the General Health Care Sector.

Scarinci, I. C., Mehan, D. J., Jones, G. E., Brantley, P. J. (1997). Leisure-time physical
activity and disability days among low-income primary care patients. Presented at the 18th
Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting.

Brantley, P. J., Applegate, B. W., Scarinci, I. C., Jeffries, S. K., Jones, G. E., Jennings, T.
(1997). Social support as a moderator of the association between stress and psychological


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distress among a low-income primary care population. Presented at the 18th Scientific
Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting.

Carmack, C. L., Boudreaux, E., Scarinci, I. C., Brantley, P. J. (1997). The stress buffering
effects on leisure-time physical activity in a low-income primary care population. Presented
at the 18th Scientific Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine meeting. Annals of
Behavioral Medicine 19(Suppl), S68.

Brantley, P. J., Scarinci, I. C., Applegate, B. W., Jones, G. E., Howe, J. (1996). Leisure-time
physical activity as a moderator of the association between stress and psychological
distress among a low-income primary care female population. Presented at the 10th NIH
International Conference on Mental Health Problems in the General Health Care Sector.

Bradley, L. A., Richter, J. E., Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Schan, C. A. (1993). Mechanisms
of altered pain perception in non-cardiac chest pain patients. Presented at Digestive
Disease Week.

Scarinci, I. C., Haile, J. M., Bradley, L. A., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1992). Pain
perception and psychosocial correlates of sexual/physical abuse among patients with
gastrointestinal (GI) disorders. Presented at Digestive Disease Week.

Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., McDonald, J. E., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1991). Choice
of psychiatric criteria affects relationship between non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) and panic
disorder (PD). Presented at the Digestive Disease Week, New Orleans, LA.

Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., Schan, C. A., McDonald, J. E., Richter, J. E. (1991). Irritable
bowel syndrome (IBS) patients do not show generalized low pain thresholds. Presented at
the Digestive Disease Week, New Orleans, LA.

Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., McDonald, J. E., Schan, C. A., Richter, J. E. (1991). Choice of
psychiatric criteria affects relationship between non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) and panic
disorder (PD). Presented at the Digestive Disease Week, New Orleans, LA.

Bradley, L. A., Scarinci, I. C., McDonald, J. E., Schan, C. A., Richter, J.E. (1991). Choice of
psychiatric criteria affects relationship between non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) and panic
disorder (PD). Presented at the 10th Annual Meeting of the American Pain Society. New
Orleans, LA.

Bradley, L. A., Richter, J.E., Scarinci, I. C., Salley, A. N., Schan, C. A., Dalton, C. B.,
McDonald, J. E. (1990). Disability, pain, and coping among non-cardiac chest pain patients:
comparisons with angina and reflux patients and treatment implications. Presented at the
Digestive Disease Week.

Almeida, H. G. G., Haddad, M. C.L., Scarinci, I. C., Takahashi, O. C., Guariente, M. H. D.
M., Tokushima, E. H. (1989). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient
setting: an educational video. Presented at the VII Southern Meeting of the Universities
Association. Maringá, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Diabetes Mellitus, interdisciplinary assistance, and support groups.
Presented at the II National Meeting on Diabetes Education. Florianópolis, SC, Brazil.




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Almeida, H. G. G., Haddad, M. C. L., Scarinci, I. C., Takahashi, O. C., Guariente, M. H. D.
M., Tokushima, E. H. (1988). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient
setting: an educational video. Presented at the II National Meeting on Diabetes Education.
Florianópolis, SC, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Psychological assistance and interdisciplinary care to diabetic
patients. Presented at the II Regional Meeting of Psychology, Foz do Iguaçu, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Psychological assistance to patients with HIV: Practical issues.
Presented at the II Regional Meeting of Psychology, Foz do Iguaçu, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Haddad, M. C. L., Tokushima, E. H., Ferreira, C. M. A.
(1988). Psychological and interdisciplinary assistance to diabetic patients. Presented at the
XIII Meeting of Paraná Nursing Association, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Almeida, H. G. G., Oliveira, M. L., Haddad, M. C. L., Guariente, M. L. D. M., Scarinci, I. C.
(1988). Complementary examinations for diabetic patients. Presented at the XIII Meeting of
Paraná Nursing Association, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
(1988). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient setting, at the: XIII Meeting
of Paraná Nursing Association. Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Psychological aspects of AIDS. Presented at the IX Week of Nursing.
Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
(1988). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient setting. Presented at the
Brazilian Psychosomatic Medicine Association Scientific Meeting, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Psychological aspects in diabetes. Presented at the Brazilian
Psychosomatic Medicine Association Scientific Meeting. Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C. (1988). Mental health and AIDS. Presented at the II Journey for AIDS Control
in Paraná. Curitiba, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Haddad, M. C. L., Tokushima, E. H., Ferreira, C. M. A.
(1987). Psychological and interdisciplinary assistance to diabetic patients. Presented at the
IV Investigation Seminar of the State University of Londrina. Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Almeida, H. G. G., Oliveira, M. L., Haddad, M. C. L., Guariente, M. L. D. M., Scarinci, I. C.
(1987). Complementary examinations for diabetic patients. Presented at the IV Investigation
Seminar of the State University of Londrina. Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
(1987). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient setting. Presented at the IV
Investigation Seminar of the State University of Londrina, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Scarinci, I. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Haddad, M. C. L., Tokushima, E. H., Ferreira, C. M. A.
(1987). Psychological and interdisciplinary assistance to diabetic patients. Presented at the
I National Meeting on Diabetes Education. Vitória, ES, Brazil.



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   Haddad, M. C. L., Takahashi, O. C., Almeida, H. G. G., Scarinci, I. C., Tokushima, E. H.
   (1987). Interdisciplinary assistance to diabetics in an outpatient setting. Presented at the I
   National Meeting on Diabetes Education, Vitória, ES, Brazil.

   Almeida, H. G. G., Oliveira, M. L., Haddad, M. C. L., Guariente, M. L. D. M., Scarinci , I. C.
   (1987). Complementary examinations for diabetic patients. Presented at the I National
   Meeting on Diabetes Education. Vitória, ES, Brazil.

   Scarinci, I. C., Ribeiro, J. I. C., Favaro, O. C., Tamburus, J., Tiosso, L. (1986). The
   performance of a multidisciplinary group in a pain outpatient center. Presented at the V
   South American Pediatric Meeting on Neurology and Psychiatry. September 4-6, 1986.

   Scarinci, I. C., Ignoty, S., Novaes, L. G., Oliveira, M. C., Rocha, J. G., Takahashi, D. R.
   (1982). Cancer: a social perspective. Presented at the Symposium for Biological Sciences
   Students, State University of Londrina, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

Scientific papers presented at local and regional meetings

   Scarinci, I. C., Garces, I., Partridge, E. (2007). An Examination of Acceptability of HPV
   Preventive Vaccination among African American and Latina Women. Health Disparities
   Research Symposium, UAB Minority Health and Research Center (Birmingham, AL).

   Pillion, D.J., Strother, C., Scarinci, I. C., Fouad, M. (2007). A Community Cook-Off Event to
   Promote Healthy Congregations and Healthy Communities. Health Disparities Research
   Symposium, UAB Minority Health and Research Center (Birmingham, AL).


   Harrison, L., Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Child Health Needs of Rural Alabama Latino Families.
   Alabama State Nurses’ Association (ASNA) Annual Convention (Birmingham, AL).

   Garces, I., Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Acceptability of HPV Vaccine Among Latina Immigrants in
   Alabama. 2005 Minority Research Day, UAB Minority Health and Research Center
   (Birmingham, AL).

   Scarinci, I. C., Garces, I. (2005). Sowing the Seeds of Health: Training Lay Health
   Promoters in the Latino Community. 2005 Minority Research Day, UAB Minority Health and
   Research Center (Birmingham, AL).

Invited workshops, lectures, etc., at national postgraduate courses and meetings and at other
universities

   Scarinci, I. C. (2008- April) Examining the Lay Health Educator Model: Using Lessons from
   the Past to Improve Patient Care in the Future. Invited presentation/lecture at the Society of
   General Internal Medicine (SGIM) (Pittsburgh, PA).

   Scarinci, I. C. (2007- November). Transitioning from the R03 into R01: Do’s and Don’ts and
   Grantsmanship Tips. Invited presentation/lecture at the NCI Small Grants Grantee Meeting
   (Rockville, MD).

   Scarinci, I. C. (2007- January). Transitioning from the R03 into R01: Do’s and Don’ts and
   Grantsmanship Tips. Invited presentation/lecture at the NCI Small Grants Grantee Meeting
   (Rockville, MD).

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   Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Evaluation of Community Based Programs. Invited workshop at the
   3rd National Hispanic/Latino Conference on Tobacco Prevention and Control: Tobacco
   Prevention: Reducing the Impact of Chronic Diseases (Albuquerque, NM).

   Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Factors Associated with Smoking Among Brazilian Working Women.
   Invited workshop for Faculty & students at Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Paraná,
   10/22/03 (Curitiba, PR, Brazil).

   Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Qualitative & quantitative methods in tobacco control (6 hours).
   Invited presentation/workshop for Faculty & students at Pontifíca Universidade Católica do
   Paraná & health care professionals (Curitiba, PR, Brazil).

Invited lectures/workshops at local and regional courses and meetings

   Scarinci, I. C. (2008). Breast Cancer in Minorities: Awareness, Access and Action.
   Featured Speaker, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, North Alabama Affiliate.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2008) Health Disparities, Bioethics and Policy course at Tuskegee
   University. Birmingham, Alabama.

   Scarinci, I.C. (2008). Reaching Immigrant Latino Men: Speaking their language is more
   than Spanish. Statewide Strategy Roundtable, Latinos in Alabama and HIV/AIDS,
   Montgomery, AL.

   Scarinci, I.C. (2008). Latinos in Alabama. Invited Keynote Speaker, Alabama Association of
   Foreign Language Teachers 2008 Annual Conference, Montgomery, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2008). The Growing Hispanic Population. Invited Panelist. Leadership
   Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Multiculturalism in Health Care. Invited 2008 Speaker, AIDS
   ALABAMA Staff Presentation, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2007). Latino Culture in the Context of Women’s Health. Invited Speaker,
   YWCA Central Alabama Staff Workshop, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Multiculturalism and Mental Health. Invited Keynote Speaker, NAMI
   Florida 2006 Fall Conference: Building Community: Celebrating Recovery, Orlando, FL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Perinatal Care Among Latinas in Alabama. Invited Speaker, 2nd
   Annual Perinatal Conference: Multidisciplinary Perspectives in Perinatal Care, Birmingham,
   AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2006). How to Better Serve Latinos. Invited Speaker, Medical Service
   Committee Meeting, State Medical Society, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Living Leadership. Invited Panelist, The Leading Edge Summer
   Institute, Columbiana, AL.




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Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Reaching the Fastest Growing Patient Population: Hispanic and
Latino Communities. Invited Workshop Speaker, Southeast Patient Advocacy Leadership
Summit, Tampa, FL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Emerging Issues in Health Care: Working with Hispanics/Latinos.
Invited Speaker, Jefferson County Health Department Nurses Conference, Homewood, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Cultural Competency and Working with Disparate Populations. Guest
speaker, Health Initiatives: Short Course Conference Call. Mid-South Division, American
Cancer Society. (5/03/06 & 2/23/06).

Scarinci, I. C. (2006). The Growing Hispanic Population. Invited Panelist for Discussion
Session, Strength Through Disparities Retreat. Leadership Alabama, Auburn, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2006). Health Care Issues in the Latino Population in the Birmingham Area.
Invited Speaker, Jefferson State Community College Dialogue Days, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Cultural Competency and Working with Disparate Populations. Guest
speaker, Health Initiatives: Short Course Conference Call. Mid-South Division, American
Cancer Society.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Working Within the Hispanic Culture, 2005 Alabama’s Early
Intervention and Preschool Conference, Birmingham-Jefferson County Civic Center,
Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C., Bandura, L.R. (2005). Strategies for Reaching Special Populations:
Hispanic. Speaker at Alabama Covering Kids & Families Summit: Color their World Healthy
and Bright, Montgomery, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Health Care Issues in the Latino Population in Alabama, Lakeside
Hospice Seminar on Cultural Barriers, Baptist Citizens Hospital, Talladega, AL.

Scarinci, I. C., Pillion, D., Fouad, M., Palmer, B. (2005). Project Export Program:
Community Outreach Core, University of Alabama Rural Health Conference, Tuscaloosa,
AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005) Ethics and End of Life Issues: Invited Panelist for Discussion Session,
Hospice Foundation Teleconference, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Healthcare needs of Latinos in Alabama: Practical Strategies.
Coalition of Health Agencies Partners (CHAP) Quarterly Meeting, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2005). Health Care Issues in the Latino Population in Alabama. Coalition of
Health Agencies Partners (CHAP) Third Annual Conference, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Vulnerable Populations: Latinos. Leadership Birmingham Human
Services Day, Birmingham, AL.

Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Cervical Cancer Prevention Among Latina Immigrants. Invited
speaker, Visiting Assistant Professor for Faculty and students at the University of
Tennessee at Memphis, Memphis, TN.



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   Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Effective Strategies for Working with the Latino Community. Invited
   speaker, Visiting Assistant Professor, for community-based organizations, local hospitals
   and Faculty at the University of Tennessee at Memphis, Memphis, TN.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2004), Cancer Prevention in Latino Populations. Regional Cancer
   Conference, Alabama Partnership for Cancer Control in the Underserved, Inc., Gadsden,
   AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Cultural Considerations and Healthcare of Latinos. Jefferson County
   Department of Health, Annual Nurses Conference, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2004). Effective Strategies to Promote Health Among Latinos. Invited
   Presentation at Staying Connected: Needs & Programs Serving the Hispanic Community
   for Local Funders, sponsored by The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham,
   Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Cervical Cancer Primary Prevention Among Latina Immigrants pilot
   research study. Invited talk at the 4TH Annual Redes En Acción National Steering
   Committee Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Cultural Considerations in the Health Care of Latinos. Invited talk to
   community liaisons across the State of Alabama, organized by the Alabama Cooperative
   Extension, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2003). Cultural Considerations & Tobacco Control Efforts among Latinos.
   Invited talk to the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Jefferson County, Birmingham, AL.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2002). Cervical Cancer Prevention among Latinas. Invited talk to attendees
   at a training for bilingual interpreters (―Introduction to Medical Bilingual Interpretation‖)
   organized by the Alabama Latin American Association, Birmingham, AL.

   Klesges, R. C., Scarinci, I. C., Vander Weg, M. (2001). Evaluation of community programs.
   Invited workshop at the Grant Center, Memphis, TN.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2001). Psychological factors associated with smoking cessation. Invited
   presentation at the State University of Londrina, Londrina, PR, Brazil.

   Scarinci, I. C. (2000). Culturally Competent Care. Invited presentation at a local conference
   funded by the CDC: Focusing on minority health issues in the new millennium, Memphis,
   TN.

MISCELLANEOUS:

Organizer of a National Satellite Conference and Webcast
   A Guide to Working with Recent Latino Immigrants, a collaboration between UAB and the
   Alabama Department of Public Health, Montgomery, AL, 2008.

Organizer of Scientific Sessions at national meetings
   130th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Medical Care Section,
   Session: Health Care of Immigrant Women: What Has Gone Well? Atlanta, GA, 2002




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Moderator of Scientific Sessions at national meetings
  10th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved & Cancer
  Washington DC, 2006

   9th Biennial Symposium on Minorities, the Medically Underserved & Cancer
   Washington DC, 2004

Curriculum Development:
   Healthy Congregations Healthy Communities: A Program for Congregational Health Leaders
   (Knowledge Component and Skills Manuals), as part of Regional Deep South Project Export
   Center (RESPECT), Community Outreach and Information Dissemination Component.

   Lay Health Promoters (Knowledge & Skills Manuals), as part of Sowing the
   Seeds of Health: Training Lay Health Promoters in the Latino Community.

   Sowing the Seeds of Health: A Program for Latinas (a curriculum to promote breast and
   cervical cancer among Latina immigrants using family planning as a catalyst).

   Friendship Circles for Health (a curriculum to promote cervical cancer primary and
   secondary prevention among Latina immigrants).

   Friendship Circles for Health (a curriculum to promote healthy eating habits and physical
   activity among Latina immigrants).

   PAL – Preparing Adolescents to be Leaders (a leadership curriculum for adolescents
   between the ages of 13 and 18).




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