Faculty

Rachel L. Winer

Professor, Epidemiology

206-616-5081

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2005
MPH Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2002

Contact

206-616-5081

University of Washington
Box 351619
Department of Epidemiology
Hans Rosling Center for Population Health, 864
Seattle, WA 98195

Research Interests

Dr. Winer's research interests are in the epidemiology and prevention of human papillomavirus (HPV) infections and HPV-related cancers. Current projects focus on the epidemiology and natural history of HPV infections, the impact of HPV vaccines in young men who have sex with men, strategies for increasing HPV vaccine coverage in underserved populations, and novel strategies for increasing uptake and effectiveness of cervical cancer screening.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Integrating HPV self-collect into primary care to address cervical cancer screening disparities.
(2024 Feb)
Prev Med Rep 38(): 102599
Pratt R, Barsness CB, Lin J, Desai J, Fordyce K, Ghebre R, Hassan F, Ibrahim A, Ramer T, Szpiro A, Weiner BJ, Xiong S, Yohe S, Winer RL

Durability of single-dose HPV vaccination in young Kenyan women: randomized controlled trial 3-year results.
(2023 Dec)
Nat Med 29(12): 3224-3232
Barnabas RV, Brown ER, Onono MA, Bukusi EA, Njoroge B, Winer RL, Galloway DA, Pinder LF, Donnell D, N Wakhungu I, Biwott C, Kimanthi S, Heller KB, Kanjilal DG, Pacella D, Morrison S, A Rechkina E, L Cherne S, Schaafsma TT, McClelland RS, Celum C, Baeten JM, Mugo NR, KEN SHE Study Team

Strategies to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening With Mailed Human Papillomavirus Self-Sampling Kits: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
(2023 Nov 28)
JAMA 330(20): 1971-1981
Winer RL, Lin J, Anderson ML, Tiro JA, Green BB, Gao H, Meenan RT, Hansen K, Sparks A, Buist DSM

Impact of different financial incentive structures on a web-based health survey: do timing and amount matter?
(2023)
Connect Health Telemed 2(3):
Escudero JN, Tiro JA, Buist DSM, Gao H, Beatty T, Lin J, Miglioretti DL, Winer RL

Implementation studio: implementation support program to build the capacity of rural community health educators serving immigrant communities to implement evidence-based cancer prevention and control interventions.
(2023 Dec)
Cancer Causes Control 34(Suppl 1): 75-88
Ko LK, Vu T, Bishop S, Leeman J, Escoffery C, Winer RL, Duran MC, Masud M, Rait Y

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