|Shelah Bloom, ScD|
|Research Assistant Professor
Maternal and Child Health
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1997||Harvard University||ScD, Population and International Health|
|1992||Harvard University||MS, Maternal and Child Health|
|1986||University of Wisconsin, Madison||MA, South Asian Languages and Literature|
|1982||Hampshire College||BA, Anthropology|
Reproductive health and HIV/AIDS in developing countries, human rights and reproductive health in developing countries.
|Bloom SS, Griffiths PL (2007)|
Female autonomy as a contributing factor women’s HIV-related knowledge and behavior in three culturally contrasting states in India..
Journal of Biosocial Science: vol.39, p.557-73.
|Bloom SS, Urassa M, Isingo R, Ng’weshemi J, Boerma, JT (2002)|
Community effects on the risk of HIV infection in rural Tanzania..
Sexually Transmitted Infection: vol.78, p.261-6.