Michael W. Ross spends much of his time researching Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Social psychology, Homosexuality, Immunology and The Internet. His study in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Family medicine, Gerontology and Public health. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Recall and Social perception.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mental health, Psychiatry, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology and Unsafe Sex. His Immunology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glomerulosclerosis, Internal medicine, Kidney disease and Cancer research. In his study, Men who have sex with men and Sexually transmitted disease is strongly linked to Demography, which falls under the umbrella field of Condom.
His primary areas of investigation include Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Social psychology, Demography, Homosexuality and Surgery. His studies in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Psychiatry, Public health and Clinical psychology. His Social psychology study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as The Internet.
His Demography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Men who have sex with men and Gerontology. The concepts of his Homosexuality study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology, Unsafe Sex, Human sexuality and Sexual orientation. His specific area of interest is Surgery, where he studies Retrospective cohort study.
Michael W. Ross mainly focuses on Men who have sex with men, Internal medicine, Surgery, Kidney disease and Demography. The various areas that Michael W. Ross examines in his Men who have sex with men study include Social psychology, Health care, Gerontology, Homosexuality and Public health. Social psychology is closely attributed to The Internet in his study.
His Public health research includes themes of Psychological intervention and Reproductive health. He combines subjects such as Immunology and Cardiology with his study of Internal medicine. His Demography research includes elements of Odds ratio and Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Michael W. Ross mainly investigates Internal medicine, Men who have sex with men, Kidney disease, Social psychology and Psychological intervention. His Men who have sex with men research integrates issues from Health care, Homosexuality, Psychiatry, Demography and Public health. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sexual orientation, Well-being, Essentialism, Developmental psychology and Clinical psychology in addition to Homosexuality.
His Demography study combines topics in areas such as Gerontology, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Unsafe Sex, Social support and Sexual abuse. His studies deal with areas such as Lopinavir, Immunology, Transplantation and Intensive care medicine as well as Kidney disease. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Interpersonal ties, overlaps with other areas such as Exponential random graph models.
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Markers of Inflammation, Coagulation, and Renal Function Are Elevated in Adults with HIV Infection
Jacqueline Neuhaus;David R. Jacobs;Jason V. Baker;Jason V. Baker;Alexandra Calmy.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2010)
Covid-19 and Kidney Transplantation.
Enver Akalin;Yorg Azzi;Rachel Bartash;Harish Seethamraju.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2020)
Measurement and correlates of internalized homophobia: a factor analytic study.
Michael W. Ross;B. R. Simon Rosser.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (1996)
Why healthcare workers don't wash their hands: a behavioral explanation.
Michael Whitby;Mary Louise McLaws;Michael W Ross.
Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology (2006)
Prevalence of non-medical drug use and dependence among homosexually active men and women in the US population.
Susan D. Cochran;Deborah Ackerman;Vickie M. Mays;Michael W. Ross.
Nephropathy and establishment of a renal reservoir of HIV type 1 during primary infection.
Jonathan A. Winston;Leslie A. Bruggeman;Michael D. Ross;Jeffrey Jacobson.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2001)
Maintaining low HIV seroprevalence in populations of injecting drug users.
Don C. Des Jarlais;Don C. Des Jarlais;Holly Hagan;Samuel R. Friedman;Patricia Friedmann.
Renal Epithelium Is a Previously Unrecognized Site of HIV-1 Infection
Leslie A. Bruggeman;Michael D. Ross;Nozomu Tanji;Andrea Cara.
Journal of The American Society of Nephrology (2000)
Replication and compartmentalization of HIV-1 in kidney epithelium of patients with HIV-associated nephropathy
Daniele Marras;Leslie A Bruggeman;Feng Gao;Nozomu Tanji.
Nature Medicine (2002)
Typing, doing, and being: sexuality and the internet.
Michael W. Ross.
Journal of Sex Research (2005)
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