Rachel Winer

Professor, Epidemiology



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



Box 359933
HPV Research Group
908 Jefferson, Suite 1195
Seattle, WA 98104
University of Washington
Box 357236
Dept. of Epidemiology, School of Public Health
1959 NE Pacific St.
Health Sciences F-247B
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)

The impact of an educational forum intervention on East African mothers' HPV vaccine-related knowledge, attitudes, and intentions to vaccinate their adolescent children.
(2021 May 27)
Chu H, Ko LK, Ibrahim A, Bille Mohamed F, Lin J, Shankar M, Amsalu F, Ali AA, Richardson BA, Taylor VM, Winer RL

Achieving cervical cancer elimination among Indigenous women.
(2021 Mar)
Prev Med 144(): 106314
Whop LJ, Smith MA, Butler TL, Adcock A, Bartholomew K, Goodman MT, Winer RL, Milosevic E, Lawton B

Development and evaluation of an online continuing education course to increase healthcare provider self-efficacy to make strong HPV vaccine recommendations to East African immigrant families.
(2021 Jun)
Tumour Virus Res 11(): 200214
McFadden SM, Ko LK, Shankar M, Ibrahim A, Berliner D, Lin J, Mohamed FB, Amsalu F, Ali AA, Jang SH, Winer RL

Detection of 14 High-Risk Human Papillomaviruses Using Digital LAMP Assays on a Self-Digitization Chip.
(2021 Feb 16)
Anal Chem 93(6): 3266-3272
Wang J, Staheli JP, Wu A, Kreutz JE, Hu Q, Wang J, Schneider T, Fujimoto BS, Qin Y, Yen GS, Weng B, Shibley K, Haynes H, Winer RL, Feng Q, Chiu DT

Out of reach? Correlates of cervical cancer underscreening in women with varying levels of healthcare interactions in a United States integrated delivery system.
(2021 Apr)
Prev Med 145(): 106410
Malone C, Buist DSM, Tiro J, Barlow W, Gao H, Lin J, Winer RL

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