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Charnita Zeigler-Johnson, PhD, MPH

Contact Dr. Zeigler-Johnson

834 Chestnut Street
The Franklin Building, Suite 314
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-7726
(215) 503-9506 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Evaluation of 4, 672 routine prostate biopsies performed in six African countries
  2. Gender- and ethnic-specific associations with obesity: Individual and neighborhood-level factors
  3. Relationship of early-onset baldness to prostate cancer in african-american men
  4. What stresses men? predictors of perceived stress in a population-based multi-ethnic cross sectional cohort
  5. Relationship of obesity, Androgen receptor genotypes and biochemical failure after radical prostatectomy
  6. Multi-institutional prostate cancer study of genetic susceptibility in populations of African descent
  7. Decision tree-based modeling of androgen pathway genes and prostate cancer risk
  8. Genome-wide association study of prostate cancer in men of African ancestry identifies a susceptibility locus at 17q21
  9. Building infrastructure for 1203 cancer research in Africa
  10. Validation of genome-wide prostate cancer associations in men of african descent
  11. Context-dependent effects of genome-wide association study genotypes and macroenvironment on time to biochemical (prostate specific antigen) failure after prostatectomy
  12. Dietary intake of Senegalese adults
  13. Evaluation of group genetic ancestry of populations from Philadelphia and Dakar in the context of sex-biased admixture in the Americas
  14. Joint effects of inflammation and androgen metabolism on prostate cancer severity
  15. Common 8q24 sequence variations are associated with Asian Indian advanced prostate cancer risk
  16. Analysis of the RNASEL/HPC1, and Macrophage Scavenger Receptor 1 in Asian-Indian Advanced Prostate Cancer
  17. Evaluation of prostate cancer characteristics in four populations worldwide.
  18. Genetic susceptibility to prostate cancer in men of African descent: implications for global disparities in incidence and outcomes.
  19. A study of PSA values in an unselected sample of Senegalese men.
  20. Association of Obesity With Tumor Characteristics and Treatment Failure of Prostate Cancer in African-American and European American Men
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