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PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Name:
Lynn B. Gerald, PhD, MSPH
RANK/TITLE:
Canyon Ranch Endowed Chair/Professor
Health Promotion Sciences Business Address: University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health 1295 N. Martin Ave. Tucson, Arizona 85724
HOSPITAL AND OTHER (NON ACADEMIC) APPOINTMENTS:

PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTSHIPS:
None

EDUCATION:

Medical Sociology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.,
August 1997 Specialization: Gerontology
Epidemiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL., June
1997
Sociology, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL., December 1992.
Specialization: Gerontology
Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL., December
1990.


ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

January 2012 – Present Associate Dean for Research, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of
Public Health, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.
March 2011—Present Investigator, Biobehavioral and Social Sciences Research
Program, Arizona Cancer Center.
University of Arizona, Tucson,
AZ.
March 2009 – Present Canyon Ranch Endowed Chair for Lifestyle and Behavioral
Health.
Division of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid
Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona, Tucson,
AZ.
March 2009 – Present Scientist. Arizona Respiratory Center, University of Arizona,
Tucson, AZ.
March 2009 – Present Professor. Division of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid
Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona, Tucson,
AZ.
May 2008 – Dec 2008 Scientist. Center for Biophysical Sciences and Engineering,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.

November 2007 – Dec 2008 Professor. Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, & Critical Care
Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.
September 2007 – Dec 2008 Director. Lung Health Center, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, AL. October 2004 – 2007 Associate Professor with Tenure. Division of Pulmonary,Allergy,
& Critical Care Medicine, School of Medicine, University of
Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.
September 2001- Dec 2008 Graduate School, University of Alabama at Birmingham, September 2000-Dec 2008 Scientist. Center for Health Promotion, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. September 1999- 2007 Assistant Director. Lung Health Center, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.
September 1999-2004 Assistant Professor. Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care
Medicine, School of Medicine, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.
September 1997- 2002 Assistant Professor. Department of Critical and Diagnostic Care,
School of Health Related Professions, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.
September 1997-Present Scientist. Lung Health Center, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. January – May 1997 Research Associate. Anesthesia Services and Pain Consultants of
Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama.
September 1994- 1997 Doctoral Research Fellow. Department of Sociology, University of
Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.
January 1993- June 1994 Instructor. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University
of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama.
January 1993- June 1994 Research Associate. Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama.
August 1992 – Dec. 1992 Intern. Senior Citizens Services, Mobile, Alabama.
June 1991- Dec. 1992 Graduate Assistant. Department of Sociology and Anthropology,
University of South Alabama, Mobile, Alabama.
January 1991 – Dec. 1992 Consultant. Department of Pediatrics, University of South Alabama
Medical School, Mobile, Alabama.
January 1991 – June 1991 Social Work Assistant. Bay Manor Health Care Center, Mobile,
Alabama.
August 1990 – Dec. 1990 Intern. St. Martin's in the Pines Retirement Community,
Birmingham, Alabama.
June 1990 – Dec. 1990 Undergraduate Research Assistant. Department of Psychology,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. AWARDS/HONORS:


2012 Nominated (1 of 5 women) for the American Thoracic Society's Elizabeth A. Rich
Award for outstanding scientific achievement among female scientists in pulmonary
disease.
2009 Featured in the Who's Who at ATS, American Thoracic Society News.
2007 Nominated (1 of 6 women) for the American Thoracic Society's Elizabeth A. Rich
Award for outstanding scientific achievement among female scientists in pulmonary
disease.
2007 Jefferson County American Federation of Teachers, JCAFT Partners in Health Award.
Max Cooper Award for Research Excellence. University of Alabama at Birmingham,
School of Medicine.
2005 Nominated (1 of 15 candidates) for the CHEST Foundation's Alfred Soffer Research
2004 Featured as a "Lung Disease Champion" in the American Lung Association's How We
Help Today Annual Report 2004. Who's Who in Medical Sciences Education (WWMSE)
2003 American Thoracic Society Behavioral Science Assembly Junior Scholar Award. (Given
to the individual who has made the most outstanding scientific contributions relevant to behavioral science and lung diseases early in his or her career.) 1999 William C. Bailey Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention and Control Research,
Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham. 1997 Dean's Outstanding Graduate Student Award, School of Social and Behavioral
Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham. 1997 Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of Sociology, University of Alabama at
Graduate Student Research Day, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Graduate School. Graduate Student Research Day, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Graduate School. 1996 Sociology Department Nominee for Samuel Barker Award for Excellence in Graduate
Studies, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Nominee for School of Social and Behavioral Science Dean's
Research Award, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
1995 Alpha Kappa Delta, Sociological Honor Society.
1994 Sigma Phi Omega National Academic Honor and Professional Society in Gerontology.
1994 Outstanding New Professional Award, University of South Alabama Graduate Program
1992 Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of Sociology, University of South Alabama,
Mobile, Alabama. Graduate Student Paper Competition, Southeastern Council on Family
Relations Conference, Mobile, Alabama. 1990 Phi Kappa Phi, Inter-disciplinary Honor Society, University of Alabama at Birmingham,
Birmingham, Alabama. 1990 Omicron Delta Kappa, Inter-disciplinary Honor Society, University of Alabama at
Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. 1988 Full tuition scholarship, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

1997-Present American Thoracic Society MEMBERSHIPS:
1998-2003
Coalition for a Tobacco Free Jefferson County American Cancer Society's Tobacco Control Team American Lung Association of Alabama 2009-Present American Lung Association of Arizona 2009-Present Arizona Asthma Coalition
COUNCILS, COMMITTEES, AND BOARDS:
2012-Present American Lung Association's Asthma Clinical Research Centers, Training American Lung Association, National Lung Health Disparities Roundtable 2011-Present American Lung Association's Asthma Clinical Research Centers, Chair, Policy and Arizona Asthma Coalition, Board of Directors Arizona Asthma Coalition, Chair, School Health Committee 2010-Present American Thoracic Society, Board of Directors 2010-Present American Thoracic Society Board of Directors, Documents Review Subcommittee Chair Ad-Hoc Member, NHLBI Clinical Trials Review Panel American Thoracic Society, Tobacco Control Committee 2009-Present American Lung Association of Southern Arizona, Board Member Ad-Hoc Member, NHLBI Clinical Trials Review Panel Reviewer, NIH Challenge Grants American Thoracic Society, Pulmonary Education Specialist Group Member, CDC Special Emphasis Review Panel "Improved Public Health Practice through Translational Research" Dean's Leadership Council of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of South Alabama American Thoracic Society, Scientific and Clinical Careers in Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Task Force Member, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Division of Independent Review, Maternal and Child Health Research Program Review Group. Member, CDC Special Emphasis Review Panel "Improved Public Health Practice through Translational Research" Ad-Hoc Member, NHLBI Program Project Review Panel Ad-Hoc Member, NHLBI Demonstration and Education Research Grant (R18) Review Panel Consultant, National Asthma Education and Prevention Program, School Subcommittee Workgroup Member, Special Study Section for National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health for RFA "Causes and Mechanisms of COPD Exacerbations" National Workshop to Reduce Asthma Disparities, sponsored by National Asthma Education and Prevention Program; Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology; American College of Chest Physicians; Association of Asthma Educators; National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute. Chair, Behavioral Health and Family/Social Function Committee National Asthma Educator Certification Board Member, Public Relations and Marketing Committee (2004-2005) AstraZeneca Asthma Patient Advisory Board Expert Panel on School Asthma Program Evaluation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention American Lung Association of Alabama Board of Directors. First Vice President (2004-2005) Chair, Program and Development Committee (2000-2003) Member, Research Grants Committee (2000-2005) Member, Public Relations Committee (2000-2005) 1999-Present American Lung Association's Asthma Clinical Research Centers, Steering 1999-Present American Lung Association's Asthma Clinical Research Centers, Policy and Organization Sub-committee. 2002-Present American Lung Association's Asthma Clinical Research Centers, Publication Sub- Southern Association of CardioPulmonary Rehabilitation Programs, Outcomes Committee, Co-Chair Lung Health Study Steering Committee. 1997-Present American Thoracic Society, Behavioral Science Assembly. 2010-Present Long Range Planning Committee Long Range Planning Committee Distinguished Book Committee. Mid-South Sociological Association.
UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES:
2012-Present Member, Dean's Executive Committee, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public
Health, University of Arizona 2012-Present Member, Community Advisory Board, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public
Health,
University of Arizona 2012-Present Member, Dean's Research Advisory Committee, College of Medicine, University of
Arizona.
2012-Present Chair, Research Advisory Committee, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health,
University
2012-Present Member, Dean's Advisory Council. Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health,
2012-Present Member, IRB Core User's Group. University of Arizona.
2011-Present Member, Faculty Search Committee, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Mel and Enid
Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona. Member, Review Committee, MEZCOPH Dean's Mini-Grants.
2011-Present Member. Fellowship Research Committee, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine,
College of Medicine, University of Arizona. Member, Advisory Group to the Strategic Marketing Planning Subcommittee of the
Community Advisory Board, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Chair, Faculty Search Committee, Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman
College of Public Health, University of Arizona Member, Research Advisory Committee, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public
Health, University of Arizona 2009-2012 Co-Chair, Tenure and Promotion Committee, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public
Health, University of Arizona. Member, Clinical Research Committee, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care
Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Member, Task Force to Examine Research Obstacles to Faculty, Department of Medicine,
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Member, Pittman General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) Scientific Advisory
Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Judge, Department of Medicine Trainee Research Day, University of Alabama at
Birmingham
Member of the Research Development Committee, Department of Medicine, University of
Alabama at Birmingham
Mentor in the Department of Medicine Junior Faculty Mentoring Program, University of
Alabama at Birmingham
Member of the Fellowship Education Committee, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, &
Critical Care Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Member of the UAB International Tuberculosis Center Interdisciplinary Advisory
Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Member of the School of Health Related Professions, Critical Care Division Promotion
and Tenure Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham
1998-2001 Member of the School of Health Related Professions, Surgical Physician Assistant
Program Admissions Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham 1998-1999 Member of the School of Health Related Professions, Surgical Physician Assistant
Program Faculty Search Committee, University of Alabama at Birmingham
EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERSHIPS:

2010-Present Reviewer for the Journal of Asthma
2010-Present Reviewer for Academic Pediatrics
2010-Present Reviewer for Archives of Pediatrics
2009-Present Reviewer for Clinical Trials
2009- 201
Reviewer The American Journal of the Medical Sciences
2007-Present Reviewer Contemporary Clinical Trials
2006-Present Reviewer Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
2006-Present Reviewer for Pediatric Pulmonology
2005-Present Reviewer for Pediatrics
2005-2007
Reviewer for Health Psychology
2004-Present Reviewer for the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
2004
Reviewer for Annals of Epidemiology
Editor for Special NIH/CDC Issue of the Journal of School Health, "Managing Asthma in
Schools: What have we learned?" August 2006 2002-Present Reviewer for CHEST
2001-2008
Reviewer for the International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
Reviewer for the Journal of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.
Reviewer for Gerontologist.
1997-1999 Reviewer for Sociological Spectrum.
MAJOR RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Clinical, behavioral and epidemiological research in asthma and school health
TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Courses Taught:
2010-Present Grantsmanship for a Winning Proposal (EPI/CPH652) – This is a required course for DrPH
students at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and a required course for physicians in the Clinical Research Training Program. Public Health Communications (CPH642) – This is a required course for DrPH students at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. Applied Behavioral Science (SA340) – This is a required course for students in the Surgical Physician Assistant Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Fundamentals of Clinical Research (SA350) – This is a required course for students in the Surgical Physician Assistant Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Senior Seminar Series (SA400) – This is a required course for students in the Surgical Physician Assistant Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Other Teaching: Internship Committees: 2011-2012 Chair, Internship Committee, Virginia Day, Health Education/Health Promotion, MPH
Student
Member, Lindsay Dashefsky, Health Education/Health Promotion, MPH Student
Doctoral and Masters Committees: 2010-2011 Kalayani Peri (MA in Biostatistics, University of Alabama at Birmingham) Julianna Pugmire (DrPH in Family and Child Health) Linda Gibson (PhD in Nursing) Mark Brooks (PhD in Environmental Health) "Predictors of Indoor Dust Mite and Cockroach Levels." Henna Budhwani (Masters in Medical Sociology) "Gender and Online Prescription Purchasing: Socialization, Responsibilities, and Internet Usage." Shana Locke (Masters in Medical Sociology) Tamekia Jones (Doctorate in Biostatistics) "A Novel Statistical Approach Identifying and Limiting the Effect of Influential Observations." James Shamiyeh (Masters in Public Health/Epidemiology) "The Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of an Algorithm for Identifying and Investigating High Risk Contacts of Tuberculosis Cases." Page Barker (Masters in Medical Sociology) "Multidrug Resistant Tuberculosis in Late Modernity." Angie Wittich (Doctorate in Medical Sociology) "Medical Adherence: A Structural Approach to the Logic of Middle Class Allergic Rhinitis Patient Behavior." Jennifer Morin-Cross (Masters in Medical Sociology) "Children's Problem Behavior: A Risk and Asset Factors Approach." Mentoring and Graduate Assistants: Zeenat Mahal, MBBS, MS Graduate Research Assistant, Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona Christina Cutshaw, PhD Assistant Professor, Division of Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona Emergency Medicine Resident, University of Arizona Joy Hardison, MD Emergency Medicine Resident, University of Arizona Hannah Phan, PharmD Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Pharmacy, University of Arizona Graduate Research Assistant, Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona Ana Celia Hernandez Graduate Research Assistant, Health Promotion Sciences, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona Paloma Beamer, PhD Assistant Professor, Division of Community, Environment and Policy, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona Joao deAndrede, MD Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine (Member of Scholarship Advisory Committee), University of Alabama at Birmingham Kathy Harrington, PhD Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate student, Epidemiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham Dinesh Chandra, MD Pulmonary Fellow, University of Alabama at Birmingham NIH Bridges Program, Summer 2005; Undergraduate Nursing Student, University of Alabama at Birmingham Angie Wittich, PhD Research Assistant Professor, Division of Critical Care, School of Health Related Professions (funded NIH minority supplement), University of Alabama at Birmingham Joan Mangan, PhD, MST Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine, Lung Health Center (funded contract from Southeastern TB Consortium), University of Alabama at Birmingham Cheryl Holt, PhD Assistant Professor, Division of Preventive Medicine (Department of Medicine Mentoring Program), University of Alabama at Birmingham Jennifer Davis, MD Pulmonary Fellow (Funded by the GCRC's Clinical Investigator Fellowship Award; 2004 received the CHEST foundation clinical research training award), University of Alabama at Birmingham Debra Hawkin, BS Doctoral student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham James Shamiyeh, MD Pulmonary Fellow (Funded by the GCRC's Clinical Investigator Fellowship Award; Honorable mention for the J. Claude Bennett Award for Excellence in Research by an Associate Fellow), University of Alabama at Birmingham Mark Dransfield, MD Pulmonary Fellow/Instructor (Recently received NIH funding as an Investigator; Member of Scholarship Advisory Committee), University of Alabama at Birmingham Phillip O'Reilly, MD Pulmonary Fellow/Instructor (Recently received NIH funding as an Investigator), University of Alabama at Birmingham Henna Budhwani, BS Doctoral student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham Doctoral student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham Angie Wittich, MA Doctoral student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham Masters student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham Greg Minisman, MA Doctoral student in Medical Sociology (funded graduate assistantship), University of Alabama at Birmingham Jennifer Morin-Cross, BS Masters student in Medical Sociology, University of Alabama at Birmingham Undergraduate nursing student, University of Alabama at Birmingham Undergraduate nuclear medicine student, University of Alabama at Birmingham Masters student in Health Education and Health Promotion, University of Alabama at Birmingham Keisha Sharp, MS Masters student in Health Education and Health Promotion, University of Alabama at Birmingham Undergraduate student in Communications, University of Alabama at Birmingham Masters student in Health Education and Health Promotion, University of Alabama at Birmingham UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center CaRES Program, UAB Medical Student Samantha Wyatt, BS UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center CaRES Program, UAB Medical Student Anna Schmidt, BA Anthropology Masters student, University of Alabama Joan Mangan, MST Doctoral student in Health Education and Health Promotion, University of Guest Lectures and Grand Rounds March 2012 Pediatric pulmonary Center, University of Arizona. "Asthma in Our Schools: A College Wide Seminar Series "Asthma in Our Schools: A Public Health CPH 696 Maternal and Child Health Seminar "Asthma Management in the Schools: CPH 609 Evaluating the Public Health Literature, University of Arizona. "How to Review the Discussion Section of a Manuscript." Pediatric Pulmonary Center, University of Arizona. "School Based Asthma Management: A Public Health Approach." University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Guest Lecture, CPH300 Community Health Sciences and Services. "Asthma in Our Schools." University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Research Seminar, "Revising Grants and Responding to Critiques." Pediatric Pulmonary Center, University of Arizona. "School Based Asthma Management: A Public Health Approach." Pediatric Pulmonary Division, University of Arizona. "Challenges in Screening for Asthma." Arizona Respiratory Center Seminar Series, University of Arizona. "Supervised Asthma Therapy Increases Adherence." University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Seminar Series, "Revising Grant Applications" University of Arizona, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Seminar Series, "Childhood Asthma: A School Based Approach" UAB Scientific Writing Seminar Series, "Revising Grant Applications and Responding to Pink Sheets" UAB K30 Clinical Research Training Program, "Revising Grants and Responding to Pink Sheets" Pulmonary Nuts and Bolts Conference, "Epidemiological, Behavioral, and Outcomes Research" UAB Scientific Writing Seminar Series, "Revising Grant Applications and UAB K30 Clinical Research Training Program, "How to Respond to Pink Sheets" UAB K30 Clinical Research Training Program, "How to Respond to Pink Sheets" UAB TB Mini-Symposium, "From Bedside to Community: Transmission of Tuberculosis" Pulmonary Grand Rounds, "Validation of a School Based Asthma Case Detection Procedure" Department of Medicine, Clinical Research Conference, "Validation of a School Based Asthma Case Detection Procedure" Pulmonary Grand Rounds, "Effectiveness of Low Dose Theophylline in the Treatment of Asthma" Pulmonary Research Conference "Development of Clinical Research Databases." Department of Medicine, Topics in Women's Health Conference, "COPD in Women: Closing the Gender Gap." Medical Grand Rounds, "Tuberculosis Transmission: Predicting infection in contacts of active TB cases" Pulmonary Grand Rounds, "New methods for tuberculosis contact investigation." Pulmonary Grand Rounds, "Safety of the Influenza Vaccination in Adults and Children with Asthma: Results of the First ALA-ACRC Study." Pulmonary Grand Rounds, "Effect of Inhaled Triamcinolone on the Decline in Pulmonary Function in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Lung Health Study II." Comprehensive Cancer Center Biostatistics Conference, "Estimating the Background Rate of Tuberculosis" Pulmonary Research Conference "Developing a Decision Tree for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation" Fall 2001 -- 2003 Medical Sociology Graduate Student Pro-Seminar, "Medical Sociologists in Clinical Research" Spring 2001 & 2002 Medical Sociology Graduate Student Pro-Seminar, "Teaching Research Methods" Fall 2000 Medical Sociology Graduate Student Pro-Seminar, "Sociological Experiences in Medical Research" CardioPulmonary Rehabilitation Staff Inservice/Education Conference "Pulmonary Rehabilitation: COPD Staging and Events" Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education Seminar, "Referral and Enrollments Patterns in Pulmonary Rehabilitation" Respiratory Therapy Student Clinical Course "Choices for Elder Care" Preceptor 2011 Independent Study, Zeenat Mahal, DrPH student, Non-profit grant writing and development 2009 McNair Scholar, University of Arizona, Nicole Thurlow School of Public Health Intern – Melinda Merrell School of Public Health Intern – Karna Patel Respiratory Therapy Students Clinical Research Rotation Other Teaching 2007 K23 Application Review Committee for Alayne Markland, D.O., M.Sc. Assistant Professor, Division of Gerontology, Geriatric Medicine and Pallative Care
MAJOR LECTURES AND VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS:

Gerald, Lynn B. (2011). "Evidence Based Asthma Management in Schools." Arizona Asthma
Coalition,
Phoenix, AZ.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2011). "Writing an Effective Discussion." American Thoracic Society
Postgraduate Course,
"Scientific Writing: Publishing for Academic Success." Denver, CO.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2010). "Developing a Research Project in Pediatric Asthma." Keynote speaker for the
University of Arizona's Emergency Medicine Department's Resident Research Forum. Tucson,
AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2010). "New Directions for Asthma Medications in the School." Invited speaker for
the Arizona Asthma Coalition and Diamond Children's Medical Center's 5th Arizona Asthma
Conference.
Tucson, AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2010). "Asthma Management in the Schools" Invited speaker for the University of
Arizona Pediatric Pulmonary Center and MEZCOPH Issues in Pediatric Health for School
Personnel
, Tucson, AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2009). "Can School Based Asthma Programs Work?" Invited speaker for Pediatric
Grand Rounds, University of California Irvine, Irvine CA.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2009). "School Based Asthma Management: A Public Health Approach." Invited
speaker for the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2009). "Making Asthma Education Easy – Anywhere!". Invited speaker for the
Association of Asthma Educators National Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2009). "Designing a Data Collection and Quality Control System." American
Thoracic Society Postgraduate Course,
"Nuts and Bolts About Designing and Conducting Clinical
Studies." San Diego, CA.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2009). "Asthma Programs in Schools." University of Arizona Pediatric Pulmonary
Center's Asthma Education for School Personnel.
Tucson, AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. and Bethany Moore. (2008). "PhDs Navigating an MD World." American Thoracic
Society Postgraduate Course,
"CareerTalk: The Course", Toronto, Canada.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2007). "Results of the Supervised Asthma Therapy Program: Research to Clinical
Practice." Invited speaker to present to AllKids Health Insurance and the health management staff of
Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama.

Gerald, Lynn B. (2007). "How to Choose a Journal: Is Impact Factor Over-rated?" American
Thoracic Society Postgraduate Course,
Writing for Publication, San Francisco, CA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2006). "Should We Be Screening for Asthma in Children?" Japanese Respiratory
Society Meeting
, Tokyo, Japan.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2006) "How to Respond to Grant Critiques?" American Thoracic Society
Postgraduate Course,
Grant Writing for Clinical, Behavioral and Public Health Researchers, San
Diego, CA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2006) "Women and Asthma: A Lifetime Journey." Take a Breather for Women's
Health, Women's Lung Health Conference, American Lung Association of Arkansas
, Little Rock,
Arkansas.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2005) "Clinical Trials: Is A better than B?" American Thoracic Society
Postgraduate Course
, A Guide to Understanding Clinical Research: How to Critically Appraise
Published Studies in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
, San Diego, CA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2005). "How Behavioral Health and Family/Social Function effects Asthma
Disparaties." National Workshop to Reduce Asthma Disparaties, Chicago, IL.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2004). "Lessons learned from NHLBI School Asthma Programs: NHLBI Research
Project Results." American College of CHEST physicians, Seattle, WA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2003). "COPD: Epidemiology and Economic Burden." Airways Disease Institute,
Educational Council Meeting. Las Vegas, NV.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2003). "Barriers to Asthma Care in Inner-City Schools." AstraZeneca Patient
Advisory Board
. Washington, DC.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2003). "Economic and Social Impacts of COPD." COPD Training Course for
AstraZeneca. Birmingham, AL.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2003). "A Decision Tree for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation." Invited speaker
for the John J. Sparkman Center for International Public Health Education Annual International Public
Health Summer Institute. Division of Principals and Practice of Tuberculosis Control.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2003). "Validation of a School Based Asthma Screening Procedure." Invited
speaker
for the American Thoracic Society Meetings, Seattle, WA.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2003). "Issues in Implementing Programs and Measuring Outcomes for School Based
Asthma Education and Management." Invited speaker for the National Asthma Meeting, Washington
DC.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2003). "Asthma in Schools." Respiratory Update. A continuing education program of
the American Lung Association of Alabama. Birmingham, AL.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2002). "UAB Lung Health Center Asthma Research." Invited speaker to present to
the health management staff of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2002). "UAB Lung Health Center Asthma Research." Invited speaker to present to
the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and other executives of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of
Alabama.

Gerald, Lynn B.
(2002). "NIH School Based Asthma Research Program." Presented to the National
Asthma Education and Prevention Coordinating Committee, Arlington, VA. Invited speaker to represent
the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's School Based Asthma Research Program.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2002). "Issues in Implementing Programs and Measuring Outcomes for School Based
Asthma Education and Management." Invited speaker for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
seminar at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Atlanta, GA.
Gerald, Lynn B. (2002). "A Decision Tree for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation." Invited speaker
for the John J. Sparkman Center for International Public Health Education Annual International Public
Health Summer Institute. Division of Principals and Practice of Tuberculosis Control.
Gerald, Lynn B. (1999). "Administering and Interpreting the SF-36." Invited speaker for The
Outcomes Workshop in Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Birmingham, AL.
Gerald, Lynn B. (1999). "Administering and Interpreting the SF-36." Invited speaker for the National
meeting of the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Phoenix, AZ.
Gerald, Lynn B. (1999). "Administering and Interpreting the SF-36." Invited speaker for the Southern
Association of Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation's Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Outcomes
Workshop, Birmingham, AL.
GRANT SUPPORT:
Mentor. Effects of Exercise on Asthmatic Responses in Obese Pediatric Asthmatics. (PI: Teri
Magruder). 08/1/11—07/31/12. University of Alabama at Birmingham, Minority Health Disparities
Center. Total Costs = $30,000. Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the United States.
This pilot study is examining the effect of aerobic exercise on asthmatic responses in obese African
American children.
Mentor. Relating Diesel Exhaust Exposure to Respiratory and Immune Outcomes in Early
Life.
(PI: Paloma Beamer). 07/1/11 – 6/30/16. National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and
Blood Institute. Year 01= $128,226/Total Costs=$670,326. K25 HL103970-01A1
Co-Principal Investigator. Maternal and Child Health Public Health Training Program. 06/01/2010 –
05/31/2015. Year 01=$356,499/Total Costs=$1,736,297. Maternal and Child Health Bureau. The over
arching goal for the training program is to increase the number and quality of culturally competent MCH
professionals who will provide the next generation of MCH public health leadership for the development
of evidence-based policies, programs, and program evaluation to address the health and wellness women,
children and families throughout the Southwest and Rocky Mountain region, and nationally. This
ambitious goal will be attained by building on five years of experience and achievements as a HRSA
funded MCH Training Program, and by enlarging the scope and impact of existing program through a new
set of goals and objectives.
Principal Investigator. American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Center 01/01/10-
06/31/15. American Lung Association. The ALA-ACRC consists of 18 clinical centers and a data
coordinating center who have the mission of improving asthma care through clinical research in diverse
populations. The ALA-ACRC conducts various clinical studies related to asthma. Individual trials are
listed below:
Long-acting Beta Agonist Step Down Study (LASST). GlaxoSmithKline. The purpose of this study is to compare three approaches to care of patients with asthma well-controlled for three months on combination ICS/LABA: reduction of ICS dose and maintenance of LABA, initial discontinuation of LABA with continuation of ICS, and continuation of stable dose ICS/LABA. Effect of Positive Airway Pressure on Reducing Airway Reactivity in Patients with Asthma (CPAP). The objective of this study is to assess the effect of nocturnal CPAP on airways reactivity; to determine the durability of the effect over 12 weeks; to assess the tolerability and adherence to this treatment; and to explore if there are clinically meaningful benefits. Study of Asthma and Nasal Steroids (STAN). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this study is to determine if treatment of chronic rhinitis and/or sinusitis improves control of asthma in adults and children. Study of Soy Isoflavones in Asthma (SOYA). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that dietary supplementation with soy isoflavones is an effective treatment in patients with asthma. Principal Investigator. (Investigator 3/01/09 – Present. Subcontract to the University of Arizona) The
impact of parent health literacy on pediatric asthma outcomes.
09/01/07 – 8/31/10. Year 01 =
$287,581/Total Costs = $865,460. Maternal and Child Health Bureau. The goal of this study is to
examine modifiable mechanisms for this health disparity by refining the previously examined role of
parent health literacy in asthma outcomes. We will also extend this knowledge by exploring associations
with asthma control, asthma symptoms, and understanding of treatment recommendations, as well as
sociocultural variables that may affect these relationships.

Principal Investigator.
(Investigator 3/01/09 – Present. Subcontract to the University of Arizona) Effect
of a school based hand sanitizer program on asthma.
07/01/08 – 6/30/12. National Heart, Lung, and
Blood Institute. R01HL86972 Year 01 = $724,954/Total Costs = $2,100,694. This study will examine
the effectiveness of a school based hand sanitizer program on asthma exacerbations in elementary school
children.
Investigator. A Collaborative Agreement Between the UAB School of Public Health and NASA. (PI:
Leslie McClure). 06/01/2007 – 05/31/2012. Year 01/02 = $404,858/Total Costs Year 01/02 = $587,045.
National Aeronautic and Space Administration. The goal of this research is to utilize remote sensing data
collected by NASA satellites, in applications to public health outcomes. A further goal of the research is
the development and evaluation of methods to relate environmental data collected by remote sensing with
data collected at ground level.
Principal Investigator. Effectiveness of the TB Contact Priority Model 04/01/04 – 03/31/09. National
Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 1 R01 HL072817. Year 01 = $592,148/Total Cost = $2,967,139. This
project will use a behaviorally focused intervention to implement and test the effectiveness of the TB
contact priority model in field implementation.
Principal Investigator. American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Center 01/01/99-
12/31/09. American Lung Association. Year 01 = $150,000/Total Cost = $750,000. The ALA-ACRC
consists of 19 clinical centers and a data coordinating center who have the mission of improving asthma
care through clinical research in diverse populations. The ALA-ACRC conducts various clinical studies
related to asthma. Individual trials are listed below:
Study of Asthma and Nasal Steroids (STAN). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this study is to determine if treatment of chronic rhinitis and/or sinusitis improves control of asthma in adults and children. Study of Soy Isoflavones in Asthma (SOYA). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that dietary supplementation with soy isoflavones is an effective treatment in patients with asthma. Study of Acid Reflux In Children with Asthma (SARCA). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this randomized controlled clinical trial is to determine if an approved proton pump inhibitor (PPI), lansoprazole, will improve asthma exacerbations in children 6-16 years of age with poor asthma control. Study of Acid Reflux in Asthma (SARA). National Institutes of Health. This multi-site randomized clinical trial will determine if treatment with an approved proton pump inhibitor (PPI), esomeprazole, will improve asthma exacerbations in adult with poor asthma control. Sinusitis and Rhinitis in Asthma (SIRNA). ScheringPlough. The primary goal of this study was to develop a simple clinical tool to diagnosis rhinosinusitis in subjects with poorly controlled asthma. Trial of Asthma Patient Education (TAPE). National Institutes of Health. The purpose of this trial was to determine if there is a placebo effect in asthma and to determine if this effect can be augmented by interventions that increase expectancy of benefit. It will also determine if interventions that increase the expectancy of benefit can augment the effect of active treatment. The Leukotriene Modifier or Corticosteroid or Corticosteroid-Salmeterol Trial. (The LOCCS Trial). GlaxoSmithKline/American Lung Association. This study will determine if persons with asthma who are well-controlled on twice daily inhaled corticosteroid therapy can remain well-controlled when therapy is stepped down to once daily montelukast or once daily fluticasone propionate plus slameterol. Effectiveness of Low Dose Theophylline as Add-On Therapy in the Treatment of Asthma. (The LoDo Trial). American Lung Association. The multi-center randomized clinical trial evaluated the effectiveness of using theophylline given at a lower than usual dosage as add-on therapy in treating asthmatics with mild to moderately severe asthma compared to a current and widely used add-on therapy, the anti-leukotriene antagonist montelukast. Both treatments were compared to placebo. Study of the Inactivated Influenza Vaccine in Asthmatics (The SIIVA trial). American Lung Association. This multi-center randomized trial investigated safety of the inactivated split-virsu influenza vaccine, trivalent, types A&B, compared to placebo in adults and children with physician diagnosed asthma.
Investigator. UAB/VAMC Clinical Center in COPD (PI – William C. Bailey, MD) 07/01/03 – 06/30/08.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 1 U10 HL074418. Year 01 = 787,550/Total Cost =
$3,937,750. The UAB/VAMC Clinical Center in COPD will participate in the COPD network funded by
NHLBI to conduct clinical trials in patients with moderate-to-severe COPD. The aim of the network is to
conduct research that will lead to more effective treatment and management for persons with COPD.

Principal Investigator. A 12-Week, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Multicenter Trial with
40-Week Follow-up Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of Varenicline Tartrate For Smoking Cessation in
Patients with Mild to Moderate Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A3051054.
1/1/06 – 4/30/08.
Pfizer. This study is examining the effectiveness of a drug, varenicline tartrate, as a smoking cessation tool in
persons with COPD.
Principal Investigator. Effectiveness of School Based Supervised Asthma Therapy 4/01/04 – 03/31/07.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. R01 HL075043 Year 01 = $724,150/Total Cost = $2,173,785.
This project will develop and test the effectiveness of a school based supervised asthma therapy program
in children from an inner-city pediatric asthma clinic.
Principal Investigator/Chair. Issues in Screening for Asthma in Children. 1/1/05 – 12/31/06. American
Thoracic Society Behavioral Science and Pediatric Assembly Project. Total Cost = $9950. This funding
will support a workshop to examine issues in screening for asthma in children. Experts in public health,
epidemiology, asthma, and pediatrics will gather in San Diego, CA to discuss these issues and develop a
manuscript outlining recommendations. Participants include representatives from the American Thoracic
Society, National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control, American College of Allergy, Asthma,
and Immunology and the European Respiratory Society.
Investigator. Breathe Well, Live Well. 2/28/05 – 12/01/05. American Lung Association. This is a pilot
study of a newly developed self-management program for adults with asthma. Total Costs = $24,624.
Investigator. Validation and Refinement of a Lung Cancer Risk Model (PI – Mark Dransfield, MD)
04/01/03 – 03/31/05. National Cancer Institute. Total costs = $83,302 . This project will create a
partnership with Morehouse School of Medicine to validate a lung cancer risk model in participants of the
National Lung Cancer Screening Trial.
Principal Investigator/Chair. Issues in Screening for Asthma in Children. 1/1/04 – 12/31/04. American
Thoracic Society Assembly Project. Total Cost = $2000. This funding will support a planning committee
meeting to further develop and discuss the scope of a joint Behavioral Science Assembly and Pediatric
Assembly project related to screening for asthma in children.
Investigator. Asthma Self-Management (PI – William C. Bailey, MD) 01/01/04 – 10/31/04. American
Lung Association. Total Cost = $64,973. This project will modify and update an asthma self-
management educational program for adults with asthma.
Principal Investigator. Validation of a School Based Asthma Screening Procedure 09/30/00 -- 08/31/03.
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 1R01HL65529. Year 01 = $284,612/Total Cost = $1,002,112.
This study is examining the sensitivity and specificity of a school based asthma screening procedure.
Principal Investigator. Asthma Agents: Patrolling and Controlling Asthma in Elementary Schools
12/1/02 – 05/30/03. Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama . $75,000. This project is implementing and
evaluating an online asthma education and monitoring system for elementary school children with asthma
in two area school systems.
Principal Investigator. Asthma Education in Four City School Systems 10/01/01 -- 9/30/03.
Environmental Protection Agency. Year 01 = $7500/Total Cost = $15,000. This project is implementing
asthma education in the Fairfield, Midfield, Tarrant, and Bessemer City school systems. Separate
education curriculums are being conducted with teachers, nurses, school staff, students diagnosed with
asthma, and the general student body.
Investigator. Lung Health Study: Long Term Follow-up (LHSIII) (PI -- William C. Bailey, MD) 02/01/98
- 01/31/03. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 1U10HL59291. Year 01 = $136,932/Total Cost =
$504,189. This is a multi-center project examining long-term post trial follow-up of former Lung Health
Study participants to assess the incidence of morbidity and mortality from respiratory and cardiovascular
diseases and other causes.
Principal Investigator. Asthma Agents: Patrolling and Controlling Asthma in Elementary Schools
03/01/02 -- 05/30/02. Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Alabama. $45,000. This study developed and
implemented an online asthma education and monitoring system for elementary school children with
asthma.
Investigator. Improving Asthma Management and Prevention in Birmingham Public Schools (PI --
William C. Bailey, MD) 09/30/95 - 03/30/02. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. N01HR56077.
Year 01 = $337,373/Total Costs = $1,561,359. This project implemented and evaluated a comprehensive
asthma education and prevention program in all 54 public elementary schools in the Birmingham City
School System.
Investigator. TB Contact Investigation: A Behavioral Intervention (PI - William C. Bailey, MD) 09/30/95
- 08/31/00. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. R01HL55752 Year 01 = $309,178/Total Costs =
$1,234,725. This research project standardized contact investigation procedures and developed a
behavioral intervention aimed at the public health workers who perform such investigations to increase
adherence to the standardized protocols. A model to predict which contacts were most likely to have a positive tuberculin skin test was developed and tested using data collected under the new standardized protocols. Investigator. Clinical Trial of Inhaled Steroids in COPD (LHSII) (PI -- William C. Bailey, MD) 09/04/93 - 08/31/00. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 5U01HL50285. Year 01 = $45,018/Total Costs = $1,011,174. This was a multi-centered clinical trial to determine if inhaled corticosteroids could alter the natural history of COPD and reduce morbidity and mortality. Investigator. Clinical Trial of Inhaled Steroids in COPD (LHSII) Cataract and Glaucoma Study (PI -- William C. Bailey, MD) 9/1/99 – 8/31/00. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 5U01HL50285-06S1. Year 01 = $45,837/Total costs = $45,837. This study was a supplement to the LHSII grant to study the effects of corticosteroids on the prevalence of both cataracts and glaucoma. Investigator. Clinical Trial of Inhaled Steroids in COPD (LHSII) Bone and Adrenal Study (PI -- William
C. Bailey, MD) 12/1/94 – 8/31/00. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. 5U01HL50285. Year 01 =
$61,451/Total costs = 173,457. This is a supplement to the LHSII grant to study the effects of
corticosteroids on bone mineral density and adrenal function.
Investigator. Outcome Measurement in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitaton – A Collaborative
Approach
(PI – Bonnie Sanderson, PhD) 09/01/99 – 08/31/00. American Association of Cardiovascular
and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Society Grant. Total costs = $1000. This grant was given to the Southern
Association for CardioPulmonary Rehabilitation to establish the infrastructure and communication
network among regional cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs to conduct collaborative outcome
measurement for the region. The UAB site served as the lead site and coordinating center for this project.
Investigator. Evaluation of Spirometry in Screening for Lung Cancer (PI -- Wesley Granger, PhD)
12/01/98 – 11/30/99. School of Health Related Professions, UAB. Total costs = $11564. This project is
evaluating the hypothesis that smokers with airflow obstruction will be more likely to have abnormal
sputum cytologies than smokers without obstruction.
Investigator. Lung Cancer Substudy (PI -- William C. Bailey, MD) 10/1/94 – 9/30/99. National Heart,
Lung, and Blood Institute. N01HR46019. Year 01 = $22,839//Total Costs = $114,195. This study
examined the long-term morbidity and mortality effects of continuing smoking, intermittent smoking, and
sustained cessation in LHS participants.

OTHER:

Chair, Poster Discussion Session "Quality Improvement: Using Research Clinical Support Tools and Teamwork to Improve Assessment and Lung Disease." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Chair, Symposium, "The Science of Disseminating and Implementing Efficacy versus Effectiveness Research." American Thoracic Society Meetings, Denver, CO. Chair, Poster Discussion Session "Psychosocial and Behavioral Factors in Lung Disease." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. Chair, Poster Discussion Session "Methodology and Measurement in Lung Disease." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Toronto, CA. Chair, Mini-Symposium "Predicting and Reducing Asthma Morbidity." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Toronto, CA. Chair, PostGraduate Course "CareerTalk: The Course." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Toronto, CA. Chair, Symposium "COPD Detection and Basis for Treatment." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. Chair, Poster Discussion Session "The Effects of Social Disparities and Determinants on Lung Health." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. Chair, Symposium "Improving Your Patient's Asthma Health: What Works" American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. Chair, Symposium "Asthma/COPD." Japanese Respiratory Society, Tokyo, Japan. Facilitator, Thematic Poster Discussion Session, "Effects of Smoking and Smoking Cessation on Health." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. Moderator, Poster Session, "Asthma Evaluation". CHEST, Montreal, Canada. Moderator, Symposium, "Asthma Treatment". CHEST, Montreal, Canada. Chair, Poster Discussion Session, "Factors Associated with Adherence & Management Skills". American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA Head Facilitator, Thematic Poster Session, "Environmental, Psychosocial and Behavioral Factors Related to Lung Disease." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. Facilitator, Thematic Poster Session, "Novel Interventions for Lung Disease." American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. Moderator, Mini-Symposium, "The Impact of Psychosocial Factors on Respiratory Health". American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Seattle, WA. Moderator, Session, "Making Tough Decisions: Let's Get Families Talking." Alabama Gerontological Society meetings, Birmingham, AL. Chair, Session, "Childhood and Adolescence." Southwestern Sociological Association meetings, New Orleans, LA.
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PUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS (*indicates student, resident or fellow author):

1. Writing Committee for the American Lung Association Clinical Research Centers, Janet T. Holbrook, Robert A. Wise, Ben D. Gold, Kathryn Blake, ED Brown, Mario Castro, Allen
J. Dozor, John J. Lima, John G. Mastronarde, Marianna M. Sockrider, and W. Gerald
Teague. (2012). "Lansoprazole for children with poorly controlled asthma: a randomized
clinical trial". JAMA 2012; 307(4). PMID: 22274684 (Lynn B. Gerald PI of the UAB
Clinical Center).
2. Gerald, Joe K., Leslie A. McClure, Kathy F. Harrington, Terri Moore*, Ana Celia Hernandez-Martinez*, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2012). "Measurement Characteristics of the
Pediatric Asthma Health Outcome Measure (PAHOM)?" Journal of Asthma. 49(3): 260-
266. PMID: 22335297. 3. Gerald, Joe K., Nancy Stroupe*, Leslie A. McClure, Lani Wheeler, & Lynn B. Gerald.
(2012). "Availability of Asthma Quick Relief Medication in Five Alabama School Systems." Journal of Pediatric Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology. 25(1):11-16. PMID: 22454787. 4. Gerald, Lynn B., Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, Kathy F. Harrington, Sue Erwin, &
William C. Bailey. "Redesigning a Large School-Based Clinical Trial in Response to Changes in Community Practice." (2011). Clinical Trials. 8:311-319. PMID: 3145214. 5. Kalhan, R., Alexander Arynchyn, Laura A. Colangelo, Mark T. Dransfield, Lynn B.
Gerald, & Lewis J. Smith. (2010). "Lung Function in Young Adults Predicts Airflow
Obstruction 20 Years Later." American Journal of Medicine. May;123(5):468.e1-7.
PMID: 20399325
6. Gerald, Joe K., Roni Grad, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2010)."Cost- Effectiveness of School Based Asthma Screening in an Urban Setting." J Allergy Clin Immunology. 125:643-650. Accompanying Editorial by Sean McElligott and Daniel Polsky 651-652. PMID: 20226298. Chosen by the National Institute for Health Research, Center for Reviews and Dissemination at the University of Your for inclusion in their Economic Evaluation Database. Also included in the Tufts Medical Center Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (CEA) registry (www.cearegistry.org). Selected as one of the "must read" publications of 2010 for pediatricians by the Physician Section of the American School Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on School Health. 7. Wheeler, L., Rebecca Buckley, Lynn B. Gerald, Sarah Merkle, & Teresa A. Morrison.
"Working with Schools to Improve Pediatric Asthma Management." (2010). Pediatric Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology. 22(4):197-207. Selected as one of the "must read" publications of 2010 for pediatricians by the Physician Section of the American School Health Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics Council on School Health. 8. Gerald, Joe K., Yanhui Sun, Roni Grad, & Lynn B. Gerald. "Asthma Morbidity Among
Children Evaluated by Asthma Case Detection." (2009). Pediatrics. 124(5):927-933. Epub 2009 Oct 16. PMID: 19841121 9. DiMango, Emily, Janet T. Holbrook, E Simpson, Joan Reibman, Joel Richter, S Narula, N Prusakowski, John G. Mastronarde, & Robert A. Wise for the American Lung Association
Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI of the UAB Asthma Clinical
Research Center). (2009). "Effects of asymptomatic proximal and distal gastroesophageal
reflux on asthma severity." Am J Respir Crit Care Med Nov 1; 180(9):809-16. Epub 2009
Aug 6. PMID: 19661245
10. Wise, Robert A, Susan J. Bartlett, Emily D. Brown, Mario Castro, Ruben Cohen, Janet T. Holbrook, Charlie G. Irvin, Cindy S. Rand, Marianna M. Sockrider, Elizabeth A. Sugar for
the American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI
of the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). (2009). "Randomized trial of the effect of
drug presentation on asthma outcomes: the American Lung Association Asthma Clinical
Research Centers." J Allergy Clin Immunology Sep;124(3):436-44. Epub 2009 Jul 25.
PMID: 19632710
11. Anne E. Dixon, Elizabeth A. Sugar, SJ Zinreich, RG Slavin, J Corren, RM Naclerio, M Ishii, Ruben I Cohen, Ellen D. Brown, Robert A. Wise, and Charlie G. Irvin for the
American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI of
the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). "Criteria to screen for chronic sinonasal
disease." Chest Nov;136(5):1324-32. Epub 2009 Jul 6. PMID: 19581356
12. Grad, Roni, Leslie McClure, Sijian Zhang, Joan M. Mangan, Linda Gibson*, & Lynn B.
Gerald. (2009). "Peak flow measurements in children with asthma: what happens at
school?" Journal of Asthma. 46:535-540. Selected as the "Editor's Choice"for the
October 2009 issue of Respiratory Care (each month this journal publishes abstracts from
other journals which the editor's believe are of importance to their readers).

13. Pisu, Maria, Joe Gerald, James Shamiyeh*, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2009). "Targeted TB
Contact Investigation Saves Money Without Sacrificing Health." J of Public Health Management and Practice. 15(4):319-327. PMID: 19525776 14. The American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI
of the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). (2009). "Efficacy of Esomeprazole for treatment of poorly controlled asthma: A randomized controlled trial." New England Journal of Medicine. 360:1487-1499. PMID: 19357404 15. Gerald, Lynn B., Joe K. Gerald, Linda Gibson*, Karna Patel*, Sijian Zhang, & Leslie A.
McClure. "Changes in ETS exposure and asthma morbidity among urban school children." (2009). CHEST. 135:911-916. PMID: 19017893 16. Gerald, Lynn B., Leslie A. McClure, Joan M. Mangan, Kathy F. Harrington, Linda
Gibson*, Sue Erwin, Jody Atchison, & Roni Grad. (2009). "Increasing adherence to inhaled steroid therapy among schoolchildren: randomized controlled trial of school based supervised asthma therapy." Pediatrics. 123:466-474. PMID: 19171611 17. John G. Mastronarde, Robert A. Wise, Dave M. Shade, CO Olopade, Steven M. Scharf for the American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI
of the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). (2008). "Sleep quality in asthma: results
of a large prospective clinical trial." J Asthma Apr;45(3):183-9. PMID: 18415823
18. McClure, Leslie A., Kathy F. Harrington, Holli Graham, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2008).
"Internet-based monitoring of asthma symptoms, peak flow meter readings, and absence data in a school-based clinical trial". Controlled Clinical Trials. 5:31-37. PMID: 18283077 19. Gerald, Lynn B., Leslie McClure, Kathy Harrington, Joan M. Mangan, Linda Gibson*,
Jody Atchison, & Roni Grad. (2008) "Design of the Supervised Asthma Therapy Study: Implementing an adherence intervention in urban elementary schools." Contemporary Clinical Trials. 29(2):304-310. PMID: 17804302 20. Dransfield, Mark*, Steven M. Rowe*, James Johnson, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B.
Gerald. (2007) "Beta Blocker Use and the Risk of Death in Hospitalized Patients with
Acute Exacerbations of COPD." Thorax. 63:301-305. PMID: 17951276
21. Joan M. Mangan, Angelina Wittich, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2007). "The Potential for
Reducing Asthma Disparities through Improved Family and Social Function and Modified Health Behaviors." CHEST. 132:789-801. PMID: 17998343 22. Lynn B. Gerald, Marianna M. Sockrider, Roni Grad, Bruce G. Bender, Leslie P. Boss,
Stanley P. Galant, Jorrit Gerritsen, Christine L. M. Joseph, Robert M. Kaplan, Julie A. Madden, Joan M. Mangan, Greg J. Redding, Diana K. Schmidt, Christina D. Schwindt, Virginia S. Taggart, Lani S. Wheeler, Kristin N. Van Hook, Paul V. Williams, Barbara P. Yawn, and Bulend Yuksel, on behalf of the ATS Ad Hoc Committee on Issues in Screening for Asthma in Children. (2007). "An Official ATS Workshop Report: Issues in Screening for Asthma in Children." Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society. 4:133-141. PMID: 17494724 23. The American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Lynn B. Gerald as PI
of the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). (2007). "Randomized comparison of strategies for reducing treatment in mild persistent asthma." New England Journal of Medicine. 356(20):2027-2039. 24. American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (including Lynn B. Gerald
as PI of the UAB Asthma Clinical Research Center). (2007). "Clinical trial of low-dose theophylline and montelukast in patients with poorly controlled asthma." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 175: 235-242. 25. Wittich, Angelina R*., Joan Mangan, Roni Grad, Wenquan Wang, & Lynn B. Gerald.
(2007). "Pediatric Asthma: Caregiver Health Literacy and the Clinician's Perception."
Journal of Asthma. 44(1):51-55. PMID: 17365205
26. Wittich, Angelina R*., Yufeng Li, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2006). "Comparison of Parent
and Student Responses to Asthma Surveys: Students Grades 1-4 and Their Parents From an Urban Public School Setting." Journal of School Health. 76(6):236-240. PMID: 16918846 27. Mangan, Joan M. & Lynn B. Gerald. (2006). "Asthma Agents: Monitoring Asthma in
School." Journal of School Health. 76(6): 300-302. PMID: 16918859 28. Gerald, Lynn B., David Redden, Angelina R. Wittich*, Coralie Hains, Anne Turner-
Henson, Mary P. Hemstreet, Ronald Feinstein, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2006). "Outcomes for a Comprehensive School-Based Asthma Management Program." Journal of School Health. 76(6): 291-296. PMID: 16918857 29. Wheeler, Lani S., Sarah L. Merkle, Lynn B. Gerald, & Virginia S. Taggart. (2006).
"Managing Asthma in Schools: Lessons learned and recommendations." Journal of School Health. 76(6):340-344. PMID: 16918868 30. Merkle, Sarah L., Lani S. Wheeler, Lynn B. Gerald, Virginia S. Taggart. (2006).
"Introduction: Learning From Each Other About Managing Asthma in Schools." Journal of School Health. 76(6):202-204. PMID: 16918838 31. Dransfield, Mark T.*, Jennifer J. Davis*, Lynn B. Gerald, & William C. Bailey. (2005).
"Racial and Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Tobacco Smoke Among Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease." Respiratory Medicine. 100:1110-1116. PMID: 16236491 32. Gerald, Lynn B., Anne Turner-Henson, Coralie Hains, Shenghui Tang, Ronald Feinstein,
Keith Wille, Sue Erwin, & Roni Grad. (2004). "Validation of a Multi-Stage Asthma Case Detection Procedure for Elementary School Children." Pediatrics. 114(4):e459-e468. Reviewed as a "Hot Topic" in Breathe: Continuing Medical Education for Respiratory Professionals December 2004, Vol. 1, No. 2. p.150.I PMID: 15466072 33. Gerald, Lynn B., Frank Bruce, Nancy Brook, Michael Brooks, Michael Kimerling,
Richard Windsor, & William C. Bailey. (2003). "Standardizing Contact Investigation Protocols." International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. 7(12):S369-S374. PMID: 14677825 34. Sanderson, Bonnie K., Martha M. Phillips, Lynn B. Gerald, Vicki DiLillo, & Vera
Bittner. (2003). "Factors Associated with the Failure of Patients to Complete Cardiac Rehabilitation for Medical and Nonmedical Reasons." Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. 23(4):281-289. 35. Eichenhorn, Michael S., Robert Wise, Thelma Madhok, Lynn B. Gerald, William C.
Bailey, Donald P. Tashkin, Paul D. Scanlon, & the Lung Health Study Research Group. (2003). "Lack of Long Term Adverse Effects from Inhaled Triamcinolone: Lung Health Study II." CHEST 124(1):57-62. PMID: 12853502 36. Gerald, Lynn B., Shenghui Tang, Frank Bruce, Michael E. Kimerling, Nancy Brook,
Nancy Dunlap, & William C. Bailey. (2002). "A Decision Tree for Tuberculosis Contact Investigation." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 166(8):1122-1127. PMID: 12379558 37. Gerald, Lynn B. & William C. Bailey. (2002). "Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive
Lung Disease (GOLD)." Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 22(4):234-244. PMID: 12202842 38. Bailey, William C., Lynn B. Gerald, Michael E. Kimerling, Nancy Brook, Frank Bruce,
David Redden, Shenghui Tang, Steve Duncan, C. Michael Brooks, & Nancy E. Dunlap. (2002). "Predictive Model to Identify Positive Tuberculosis Skin Test Results During Contact Investigations" Journal of the American Medical Association 287(8):996-1002. PMID: 11866647 39. Gerald, Lynn B., David Redden, Anne Turner-Henson, Ronald Feinstein, Mary Pat
Hemstreet, Coralie Hains, C. Michael Brooks, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2002). "A Multi-Stage Asthma Screening Procedure for Elementary School Children." Journal of Asthma 39(1):29-36. PMID: 11883737 40. American Lung Association Asthma Clinical Research Centers (Including Lynn B.
Gerald). (2001). "The safety of inactivated influenza vaccine in adults and children with
asthma." New England Journal of Medicine 345:1529-1536.
41. Holbrook, Janet T., Robert Wise, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2001). "Drug Distribution for a
Large Cross-Over Trial of the Safety of Inactivated Influenza Vaccine in Asthmatics." Controlled Clinical Trials 23:87-92. PMID: 11852170 42. Murray Robert P., John E. Connett, Sonja Buist, Lynn B. Gerald, & Michael Eichenhorn.
(2001). "Experiences of Black Participants in the Lung Health Study Smoking Cessation Intervention Program." Journal of Nicotine and Tobacco Research 3:375-382. PMID: 11694205 43. Gerald, Lynn B., Bonnie Sanderson, & William C. Bailey, MD. (2000). "Chronic
Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Stage and Six Minute Walk Outcome." Journal of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation. 21(5):296-299. PMID: 11591044 44. Gerald, Lynn B., Bonnie Sanderson, Larry Fish, Yufeng Li, Vera Bittner, C. Michael
Brooks, & William C. Bailey. (2000). "Advance Directives in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Patients." Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation 20(6):340-345. PMID: 11144039 45. Murray, Robert P., Lynn B. Gerald, Paula G. Lindgren, John Connett, Cynthia S. Rand, &
Nicholas Anthonisen. (2000). "Characteristics of Participants Who Stop Smoking and Sustain Abstinence for One and Five Years in the Lung Health Study." Preventive Medicine, 30:392-400. PMID: 10845748 46. Murray, Robert P., Lynn B. Gerald, Paula Lindgren, John E. Connett, Cynthia S. Rand,
and Nicholas R. Anthonisen. (1999). "Characteristics of participants who stop smoking and sustain abstinence for one and five years in the Lung Health Study (LHS)." Ontario Tobacco Research Unit. 47. Bailey, William C. and Lynn B. Gerald. (1999). "Inhalers for patients with asthma: New
perspectives." Competence Matters 2(4):10-18. 48. Bailey, William C., Connie L. Kohler, James M. Richards, Richard A. Windsor, C. Michael Brooks, Lynn B. Gerald, Beverly Martin, Darlene M. Higgins, & Tiepu Liu. (1998).
"Asthma Self-Management: Do Patient Education Programs Always Have an Impact?"
Archives of Internal Medicine, 159(20):2422-2428. PMID: 10665890
49. Bailey, William C. & Lynn B. Gerald. (1998). "Inhalers for Patients with Asthma"
Journal of Respiratory Diseases, 19(11): 956-965. 50. Gerald, Lynn B., R. Bruce Gammon, & William C. Bailey. (1998). "Getting the Most
Out of Your Metered-Dose Inhaler." Consultant, May: 1233. 51. LaGory, Mark, Ferris J. Ritchey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (1995). Homeless in Birmingham
and Jefferson County: A Needs Assessment. Report to the City of Birmingham Office of Community Development and Jefferson County Office of Planning and Community Development. 52. Anderson, Audwin, G. David Johnson, Lynn B. Gerald, & Jan Roberts-Jolly. (1995).
"Owner's Race, Business Characteristics and Implementation of Workplace Drug Policies and Procedures." Journal of Applied Sociology, 12(1): 59-74. 53. Gerald, Lynn B., Audwin Anderson, G. David Johnson, Charles Hoff, & R. Franklin
Trimm. (1994). "Social Class, Social Support, and Obesity Risk in Children." Child: Care, Health, and Development, 20, 145-163. PMID: 8062409 54. Gerald, Lynn B. (1993). "Paid Family Caregiving: A Review of Progress and Policies."
Journal of Aging and Social Policy, 5, 73-89. Co-Published in International Perspectives on State and Family Support for the Elderly. Scott A. Bass and Robert Morris (Eds.) The Hawthorne Press, Inc., pp. 73-83. PMID: 10186837 MANUSCRIPTS IN PRESS:

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW:

OTHER PUBLICATIONS (*indicates student, resident, or fellow author):
1. Gerald, Lynn B. & Carl Flatley. (2011). General Information About Sepsis. Lung Disease
Week at the ATS: Sepsis. http://patients.thoracic.org/lung-disease-week/sepsis-week/general-information-about-sepsis.php. 2. Gerald, Joe K., Roni Grad, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2010). Is School Based
Asthma Screening Cost-Effective? Breathing Easier Publication of the Arizona Asthma Coalition. Vol 2(4) May 2010:2. 3. Mangan, Joan M., Kristina Ottenwess, Donna H. Wegener, Karen Simpson, Lynn B. Gerald,
& Michael Lauzardo. (2008). Cultural Competency and Tuberculosis Control: Country Specific Guides for Health Professionals Working with Foreigh-born Clients. The University of Florida, Southeastern National Tuberculosis Center Web site: http://sntc.medicine.ufl.edu/countrysnapshots.aspx 4. Mangan, Joan M., Lynn B. Gerald, William C. Bailey, Mark T. Dransfield, Phillip
O'Reilly*, & Rich Casaburi. (2004) "The Benefits of Oxygen Therapy for People Living with COPD". CD-ROM. Benefits of Ambulatory Oxygen in Hypoxemic COPD Patients. The COPD Clinical Research Network. 5. Bailey, William, Lynn B. Gerald, Michael E. Kimerling, Nancy Brook, Frank Bruce, David
Redden, Shenghui Tang, Steve Duncan, C. Michael Brooks, & Nancy E. Dunlap. (2002). "Factors in Tuberculosis Contact Investigations." (Letter to the Editor). Journal of the American Medical Association 287:2944-2955. 6. Ritchey, Ferris J., Lynn B. Gerald, & Levi Ross*. (1999). Computer Applications for the
Statistical Imagination. CD-ROM. McGraw-Hill & SPSS. 7. Brooks, C. Michael, Richard Maisiak, Lynn B. Gerald, & Takayo Ashford. (1998). "An
Evaluation of the Early Phase of Targeted Research of the American Cancer Society." Report to the American Cancer Society. 8. Gerald, Lynn B. (1997). Mental Health Outcomes Among Women in Caregiving Roles:
Elder Care Versus Child Care. Dissertation. University of Alabama at Birmingham. 9. Gerald, Lynn B. (1992). Effects of a Mother's Economic Stress, Social Support, and Mental
Health on the Nutritional Intake and Growth of Her Child. Thesis. University of South Alabama
BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS:


1. Gerald, Lynn B. & Joan Mangan, (2008). "Asthma in Schools". In Asthma, Health, and
Society: From the Clinic to the Public, Ed. Andrew Harver. (In press). 2. Gerald, Lynn B. & Joan Mangan. (2008). "Evaluating Individual and Program Outcomes."
In Mario Casto and Monika Craft (Eds.), Clinical Asthma (pp.483-494), Philadelphia, PA.
PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS (*indicates student, resident, or fellow author):

1. Lynn B. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, Joe K. Gerald, Bin Zhang, Kathy Harrington, & William
C. Bailey. Seasonal Influenza and H1N1 vaccine prevalence among children with asthma. (2011). Am J Respir Crit Care Med; May 2011;183:A4153. 2. Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, Bin Zhang, Kathy Harrington, William C. Bailey, & Lynn
B. Gerald. Predictors of hand sanitizer use at home among children with asthma. (2011).
Am J Respir Crit Care Med; May 2011;183:A3792.
3. Linda Gibson*, Lynn B. Gerald, David Lozano, David Vance, Marti Rice, & Anne Turner-
Henson. (2011). A study of the relationships among maternal caregiver family management behaviors, childhood asthma morbidity, and asthma control. Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research; (2011); 11(2). Presented at the SNRS annual meeting, Jacksonville, Florida. 4. Kathy F. Harrington, Pegah Kannar*, Theresa Magruder, Janet Johnston, Leslie A. McClure, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2010). "How Accurate is a Single Health Literacy
Question for Assessing Parents of Pediatric Asthma Patients?" Am J Respir Crit Care Med;
May 2010; 181: A5794. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting,
New Orleans, LA.
5. Lynn B. Gerald, Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, & Roni Grad. (2010). "Daily symptom
and peak flow monitoring: do they predict respiratory-related school absences?" Am J Respir Crit Care Med; May 2010; 181: A2251. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 6. Joe K. Gerald, Kathy F. Harrington, Leslie A. McClure, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B.
Gerald. (2010). "Daily Respiratory Symptom Reporting versus Two-Week Recall in
Children with Asthma." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; May 2010; 181: A5805. Presented at
the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
7. Kathy F. Harrington, Theresa Magruder, Janet Johnston, Leslie A. McClure, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2010). "Health Care Provider Perceptions of Parents' Health
Literacy and Effect on Treatment Recommendations for Children with Asthma." Am J Respir
Crit Care Med; May; 181: A2246. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International
Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 8. Kathy F. Harrington, Gerald, Lynn B., Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, & Roni Grad.
(2009). "Quick Relief Medication at School." Am J Respir Crit Care Med ; 179:A2454. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Diego, CA. 9. Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, Kathy F. Harrington, Todd A. Lee, & Lynn B. Gerald.
(2009). "The Pediatric Asthma Health Outcome Measure, Not Just Quality-of-Life?" Am J Respir Crit Care Med ; 179:A4312. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Diego, CA. 10. Kathy F. Harrington & Lynn B. Gerald. (2009). "How Well Do Parents Explain Their
Child's Asthma Action Plan?" Am J Respir Crit Care Med ; 179:A1086. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Diego, CA. 11. Kathy F. Harrington, Janet Johnston, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2009). "Agreement Between
Medical Record Documentation and Parent Report of Asthma Education Given in a Pediatric Asthma Clinic Visit." Am J Respir Crit Care Med ; 179:A2164. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Diego, CA. 12. Joe K. Gerald, Leslie A. McClure, Kathy F. Harrington, Todd A. Lee, & Lynn B. Gerald.
(2009). "Parent and Child Agreement on the Pediatric Asthma Health Outcome Measure." Am J Respir Crit Care Med ; 179:A2457. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Diego, CA. 13. Gerald, Lynn B., Kathy Harrington, Yanhui Sun, & Naomi Fineberg. (2008). "ETS
Exposure Among Elementary School Children." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A53. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 14. Joao de Andrade, Neal Daniel, Keith Wille, Lynn B. Gerald, & Kathy Harrington. (2008).
"Racial Disparities in Idiopathic Pulonary Fibrosis: Data from a Southeastern U.S. Center." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A249. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 15. Joe K. Gerald, Naomi Fineberg, Yanhui Sun, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2008). "Health Care Use
Among Children Identified by Asthma Case Detection." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A301. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 16. Joe K. Gerald, Meredith Kilgore, Roni Grad & Lynn B. Gerald. (2008). "Cost-Effectiveness
of School Based Asthma Case Detection." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A302. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 17. E.C. Clerisme-Beaty*, M. Burch, Dave Shade, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2008). "Treatment
Assignment: How Well Do Participants Guess?" Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A576. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 18. Joan M. Mangan, Kristina Ottenwess, Kim Gokhale, Donna H. Wegener, James Keller, Rachel Purcell, Naomi Fineberg, Lynn B. Gerald, & Michael Lauzardo. (2008). "An
Assessment of Tuberculosis Program Staff Member's Cultural Competency Knowledge,
Attitudes, and Skills." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A438. [Abstract]. Presented at the
American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
19. Joan M. Mangan, David Redden, Frank Bruce, Rachael Hobgood, Keenya Mathews*, Kathy Harrington, Scott Jones, William C. Bailey, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2008). "Investigation of
Tuberculin Skin Test Positive (TST+) Contacts Designated "Low Risk" by a Predictive
Tuberculosis Contact Investigation Model." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177: A582.
[Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 20. Lynn B. Gerald, Leslie McClure, Joan M. Mangan, Kathy Harrington, & Roni Grad.
(2008). "Absences Among Children with Asthma Enrolled in a School-Based Clinical Trial." Am J Respir Crit Care Med; 177:A301. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 21. Lynn B. Gerald, Karna Patel, MD*, Sijian Zhang, MS & Leslie McClure, PhD. (2007).
"Secondhand smoke exposure and asthma morbidity among children enrolled in a clinical trial." CHEST 132(4):461S [Abstract]. Presented at the American College of Chest Physicians Meeting, Chicago, IL. 22. Mark Dransfield, Alex Arynchyn, Lew Smith, D. Jacobs, and Lynn B. Gerald. (2007). "The
Effect of Race and Gender on FEV1 Decline Among Smokers: The CARDIA Study." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A822 [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 23. Alex Arynchyn, Lew Smith, Maribel Salas, Lynn B. Gerald, and Dale Williams. (2007).
"Changes is Factors Associated with Self Reported Asthma Incidence and Prevalence in Adults: The CARDIA Study." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A828 [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 24. Lew Smith, R. Kalhan, Mark Dransfield, Lynn B. Gerald, and Josh Richman. (2007).
"Undiagnosed Airflow Obstruction in a Longitudinal Study of Young Adults: The CARDIA Study." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A634. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 25. Lynn B. Gerald, Leslie McClure, Linda Gibson*, Joan M. Mangan, and Roni Grad. (2007).
"Impact of School-Based Supervised Asthma Therapy on Peak Flow and School Absences." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A589 [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 26. Roni Grad, Leslie McClure, Sijian Zhang, Linda Gibson*, Joan Mangan, & Lynn B. Gerald.
(2007). "Impact of School-Based Supervised Asthma Therapy on Health Care Use." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A589 [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 27. Kathy Harrington, Leslie McClure, Joan Mangan, Roni Grad, and Lynn B. Gerald. (2007).
"Using the Internet to Gather Daily Asthma Data from Elementary School Children." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A780. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 28. Joan M. Mangan, Leslie McClure, Richard Zhang, Linda Gibson*, Roni Grad, and Lynn B.
Gerald. (2007). "Impact of School-Based Supervised Asthma Therapy on Pediatric Quality
of Life." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 175:A589 [Abstract].
Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA.
29. Lynn B. Gerald, Leslie McClure, Joan M. Mangan, Linda Gibson*, and Roni Grad. (2006).
"Baseline secondhand smoke exposure and asthma morbidity among children enrolled in a
clinical trial." Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2:A53. [Abstract]. Presented
at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA.
30. Angelina R. Wittich, Joan Mangan, Wenquan Wang, Roni Grad, Janet Johnston, Linda Gibson*, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2006). "Functional Health Literacy, Pediatric Asthma
Caregivers, & the Medical Provider's Perception." Proceedings of the American Thoracic
Society 2:A294. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International
Meetings, San Diego, CA.
31. Joan M. Mangan, Leslie McClure, Roni Grad, Linda Gibson*, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2006).
"Is parental emotional function and assessment of their child's quality of life related to childhood asthma morbidity?" Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2:A238. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. 32. Roni Grad, Leslie McClure, Joan M. Mangan, Linda Gibson*, and Lynn B. Gerald. (2006).
"Peak flow measurements in children with asthma: What happens at school?" Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2:A750. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. 33. Gerald, Lynn B., Leslie McClure, Joan Mangan, Linda Gibson*, & Roni Grad. (2005).
"Removal of Financial and Access Barriers Does Not Guarantee Adherence to Asthma Controller Therapy." CHEST 128(4):187S. [Abstract]. Presented at the CHEST meeting, Montreal, Canada. [Finalist for the Alfred Soffer Research Award]. 34. Mangan, Joan M., Lynn B. Gerald, Mark T. Dransfield, & Richard Casaburi for the COPD
Clinical Research Network. (2005). "Development of an Educational Presentation for Hypoxemic Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients." Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2:A115. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. 35. Wittich, Angelina R.*, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2005). "Family context of medical adherence
behavior." Proceedings of the American Thoracic Society 2:A115. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA. 36. Gerald, Lynn B., David Redden, & William C. Bailey. (2004). "Asthma case detection in
children: Questions that best predict a physician diagnosis of asthma." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 169(7):A877. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Orlando, FL. 37. Gerald, Lynn B., Roni Grad, Shenghui Tang, Keith Wille, & William C. Bailey. (2004).
"Asthma case detection in children: Characteristics of false negatives." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 169(7):A877. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Orlando, FL. 38. Angelina Wittich*, Shenghui Tang, Anne Turner-Henson, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2004).
"Parent and child agreement on questionnaires for asthma case detection." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 169(7):A877. [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Orlando, FL. 39. James Shamiyeh*, Maria Pisu, Nancy Keenon, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2004). "Cost-
effectiveness analysis of an algorithm for identifying and investigating high risk contacts of tuberculosis cases." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 169(7):A330 [Abstract]. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Orlando, FL. 40. Gerald, Lynn B., Joan Mangan, Pam Skelton, Aubrey Daniels, David Redden, & William C.
Bailey. (2003). "Asthma Agents: Monitoring Asthma in School." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 167(7):A598. [Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Seattle, WA. 41. Grad, Roni, Lynn B. Gerald, Shenghui Tang, Anne Turner-Henson, Coralie Hains, Ronald
Feinstein, Keith Wille, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2003). "Severity of Newly Diagnosed and Previously Diagnosed Asthma in A School Based Asthma Screening Study." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 167(7):A782. [Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Seattle, WA. 42. Turner-Henson, Anne, Shenghui Tang, Roni Grad, Lynn B. Gerald, Coralie Hains, Ronald
Feinstein, Keith Wille, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2003). "Secondhand Smoke Exposure and School-Age Children." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 167(7):A47. [Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Seattle, WA. 43. Gerald, Lynn B., Shenghui Tang, Roni Grad, Anne Turner-Henson, Coralie Hains, Ronald
Feinstein, Sue Erwin & William C. Bailey. (2002). "Validation of an Asthma Screening Procedure: A Pilot Study." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 165(8):A742. [Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Atlanta, GA. 44. Gerald, Lynn B., Melissa Skeans, Robert Wise, & William C. Bailey. (2002). "COPD
Stage, Health Care Usage, Respiratory Symptoms, and Quality of Life in Lung Health Study Participants." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 165(8):A587. [Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Atlanta, GA. 45. Barker, Page*, Lynn B. Gerald, Greg Minisman*, Shenghui Tang, Bonnie Sanderson, &
William C. Bailey. (2002). "Stages of COPD and Quality of Life in Pulmonary Rehabilitation." American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 165(8):A734.[Abstract] Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Atlanta, GA. 46. Minisman, Greg*, Lynn B. Gerald, Page Barke*r, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2002).
"Implementing Asthma Education in Inner-City Schools." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 165(8):A656. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, Atlanta, GA. 47. Gerald, Lynn B., Shenghui Tang, Anne Turner-Henson, Coralie Hains, Mary Pat Hemstreet,
Ronald Feinstein, C. Michael Brooks, Sue Erwin, & William C. Bailey. (2001). "Results of A School Based Asthma Intervention Program." [Abstract] Presented at the World Asthma Meetings, Chicago, IL. 48. Gerald, Lynn B., Larry Fish, Mary Pat Hemstreet, C. Michael Brooks, Sue Erwin, & William
C. Bailey. (2001). "Quality of Life in Elementary School Children with Asthma." [Abstract] Presented at the World Asthma Meetings, Chicago, IL. 49. Gerald, Lynn B., Larry Fish, Mary Pat Hemstreet, C. Michael Brooks, Sue Erwin, & William
C. Bailey. (2001). "Quality of Life in Elementary School Children with Asthma." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 163(5):A316. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 50. Gerald, Lynn B., Ramin Arani, Nancy Brook, Frank Bruce, C. Michael Brooks, William C.
Bailey. (2001). "An Algorithm for TB Contact Investigation." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 163(5):A99. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 51. Gerald, Lynn B., Larry Fish, Shenghui Tang, C. Michael Brooks, Nancy Brook, & William
C. Bailey. (2001). "Estimating the Background Rate of TB Infection Among Contacts." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 163(5):A804. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Francisco, CA. 52. Turner-Henson, Anne, Shenghui Tang, Mary Pat Hemstreet, Lynn B. Gerald, Coralie Hains,
Ronald Feinstein, Sue Erwin, Michael Brooks, & William C. Bailey. (2001). "Asthma Burden in Inner City Schools." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 163(5):A377. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, San Francisco, CA. 53. Gerald, Lynn B., Michael Kimerling, Nancy Dunlap, Frank Bruce, Nancy Brook, Ramin
Arani, C. Michael Brooks, & William C. Bailey. (2000). "TB Contact Investigation: A Model of Transmission." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 161(3):A305. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 54. Gerald, Lynn B., Anne Turner-Henson, Ronald Feinstein, David Redden, Mary Pat
Hemstreet, Coralie Hains, Sue Erwin, C. Michael Brooks, Shenghui Tang, & William C. Bailey. (2000). "Results of a School Based Multi-Stage Screening Procedure for Asthma." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 161(3):A793. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 55. Gerald, Lynn B., Anne Turner-Henson, Ronald Feinstein, Mary Pat Hemstreet, Coralie
Hains, Sue Erwin, Larry Fish, C. Michael Brooks, & William C. Bailey. (2000) "Asthma Education in Elementary School Children and Teachers." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 161(3):A902. Presented at the American Thoracic Society International Meeting, Toronto, Canada. 56. Turner-Henson, Anne, Mary Pat Hemstreet, Shenghui Tang , Coralie Hains, Ronald Feinstein, Sue Erwin, Lynn B. Gerald, C. Michael Brooks & William C. Bailey. (2000) "School
Environments and Children with Asthma." [Abstract] American Journal of Respiratory and
Critical Care Medicine, 161(3):A619. Presented at the American Thoracic Society
International Meeting, Toronto, Canada.
57. Sanderson, Bonnie, Jenny Breland, Lynn B. Gerald, Yufeng Li, and Vera Bittner. (1999).
"Cardiac Rehabilitation and Achieving Goals in Lipid Management: Are We Narrowing the Gap?" [Abstract] Journal of Cardiopulonary Rehabilitation, 19(5):296. Presented at the National meeting of the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Phoenix, AZ. 58. Gerald, Lynn B., Bonnie Sanderson, Yufeng Li, Carla Adams, & William C. Bailey. (1999).
"Advanced Directives in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Patients." [Abstract] Journal of
Cardiopulonary Rehabilitation, 19(5):296. Presented as Featured Research at the National
meeting of the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation,
Phoenix, AZ.
59. Gerald, Lynn B., Ronald Feinstein, Anne Turner-Henson, David Redden, Mary Pat
Hemstreet, Coralie Haines, & William C. Bailey. (1999). "Reporting of Symptoms in Childhood Asthma: Parent and Child Comparisons." [Abstract] Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 159(3):A267. Presented at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA. April 1999. 60. Gerald, Lynn B., Michael Kimerling, David Redden, Nancy Dunlap, Michael Brooks, Frank
Bruce, Nancy Brook & William C. Bailey. (1999). "TB Contacts Per Case as a Program Indicator: Reaching Beyond the Numbers." [Abstract] Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 159(3):A301. Presented at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA. April 1999. 61. Turner-Henson, Anne, Ronald Feinstein, Lynn B. Gerald, David Redden, Coralie Hains,
Mary Pat Hemstreet, Beverly Martin, Sue Erwin & William C. Bailey. (1999). "Identification of Questions that Best Predict a New Diagnosis of Asthma in Children." [Abstract] Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 159(3): A150. Presented at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA. April 1999. 62. Brook, Nancy, Michael Brooks, David Redden, Frank Bruce, Steve Duncan, Lynn B. Gerald,
Michael Kimerling, Nancy Dunlap & William C. Bailey. (1999). "A Computer-Based System for TB Contact Investigations." [Abstract]. Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 159(3):A551. Presented at the American Thoracic Society Annual Meetings, San Diego, CA. April 1999. 63. Gerald, Lynn B., Bonnie Sanderson, Michael Waldrum, & William C. Bailey. (1998).
"Clinical Events Detected During Pulmonary Rehabilitation: Using the ATS Staging System as a Measure of Risk." [Abstract] Chest 114(4):339S. 64. Gerald, Lynn B., Bonnie Sanderson, David Redden, Michael Waldrum, Nancy Dunlap &
William C. Bailey. (1998). "Stages of COPD: Comparison of Pulmonary Rehabilitation Outcome." [Abstract] Journal of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation 19(5): 357. 65. Bailey, William C., Connie Kohler, Lynn B. Gerald, Beverly Martin & Jim Richards.
(1998). "Assessment of the Effects of Adherence to Asthma Guidelines on Health Outcomes." [Abstract] Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 157(3): A738.
POSTER EXHIBITS (*indicates student, resident or fellow author):
1. Joan M. Mangan, Kristina Ottenwess, Kim Gokhale, Donna H. Wegener, James Keller, Rachel Purcell, Naomi Fineberg, Lynn B. Gerald, and Michael Lauzardo. (2008). "An
Assessment of Tuberculosis Program Staff Member's Cultural Competency Knowledge,
Attitudes, and Skills." Presented at the National TB Controllers Workshop, Atlanta, GA.
2. Karna Patel*, Sijian Zhang, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2007). "Secondhand smoke exposure and
asthma morbidity among children enrolled in a clinical trial." Presented at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Medicine Research Day, Birmingham, AL. 3. Joan M. Mangan, Shana Locke*, Henna Budhwani*, Pam Barrett, Charlotte Denton, & Lynn
B. Gerald. (2006). "Development of a Practical Guide to Enhance the Cultural Competency
of Tuberculosis Program Staff Working with Foreign-Born Clients." Presented at the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention poster session at the American Thoracic Society
International Meetings, San Diego, CA.
4. Kathy Harrington, Joan M. Mangan, Angelina Wittich, David Redden, Charlotte Denton, Frank Bruce, Kim Taylor, Huey Chen, and Lynn B. Gerald. (2006). "Training Public Health
TB Staff to Prioritize the Evaluation of Contacts During a Contact Investigation using a
Contact Priority Model." Presented at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention poster
session at the American Thoracic Society International Meetings, San Diego, CA.
5. Kaplan, Barbara M, Connie Kohler, Joan Mangan, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2005). "Evaluation
of the American Lung Association's ‘Breathe Well, Live Well: An Asthma Management Program for Adults'". Presented at the Third National Prevention Summit: Innovations in Community Prevention, Washington D.C. 6. Joan Mangan, Shana Locke*, Frank Bruce, Nancy B. Keenon, Pam Barrett, & Lynn B.
Gerald. (2005). "Strategic Planning: Using Epidemiological Data to Identify Continuing
Education Training Needs for Health Department TB Field Staff." Presented at the TB
Education and Training Network Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
7. Joan Mangan, Frank Bruce, Pam Barrett, Shana Locke*, Nancy B. Keenon, & Lynn B.
Gerald. (2005). "Using Intervention Mapping to Develop a Tuberculosis Contact
Investigation Training Program Based Upon a Predictive Model of Transmission." Presented
at the TB Education and Training Network Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
8. Angelina Wittich*, Shenghui Tang, Anne Turner-Henson, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2004).
"Parent and child agreement on questionnaires for asthma case detection." Presented at the UAB Department of Medicine Trainee' Research Symposium, Birmingham, AL. 9. James Shamiyeh*, Maria Pisu, Nancy Keenon, & Lynn B. Gerald. (2004). "Cost-
effectiveness analysis of an algorithm for identifying and investigating high risk contacts of tuberculosis cases." Presented at the UAB Department of Medicine Trainee' Research Symposium, Birmingham, AL. [Winner of honorable mention for the J. Claude Bennett Award for Excellence in Research by an Associate Fellow]. 10. Jones, Anita, Lynn B. Gerald, Bonnie Sanderson, & Charlotte Plaskett. (2000). "A
Collaborative Approach to Outcomes Measurement in Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation." Presented at the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Meeting, Tampa, FL. 11. Gerald, Lynn B., Ronald Feinstein, Anne Turner-Henson, David Redden, Mary Pat
Hemstreet, Coralie Haines, & William C. Bailey. (1999). "Reporting of Symptoms in Childhood Asthma: Parent and Child Comparisons." Presented at the International Joint Meetings of the American Thoracic Society, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, the Japanese Respiratory Society, and the Japanese Society of Allergology, Honolulu, HI. 12. Turner-Henson, Anne, Ronald Feinstein, Lynn B. Gerald, David Redden, Coralie Hains,
Mary Pat Hemstreet, Beverly Martin, Sue Erwin & William C. Bailey. (1999). "Identification of Questions that Best Predict a New Diagnosis of Asthma in Children." Presented at the International Joint Meetings of the American Thoracic Society, the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, the Japanese Respiratory Society, and the Japanese Society of Allergology, Honolulu, HI. 13. Gerald, Lynn B., R. Drew Miller, Nicholas Anthonisen, John Connett, Michael Brooks, &
William C. Bailey for the Lung Health Study Research Group. (1999). "Risk Factors for Lung Cancer in the Lung Health Study." Presented at the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center Research Retreat. [Winner of the William C. Bailey Award for Cancer Prevention Research.]
ORAL PRESENTATIONS (*indicates student, resident, or fellow author):

1. Gibson, L.*, Lynn B. Gerald, David Lozano, David Vance, Marti Rice, & Anne Turner-
Henson. (2011). Relationships among maternal caregiver family management behaviors, childhood asthma morbidity, and asthma control. Presented at Graduate Student Research Days, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama. 2. Gerald, Lynn B. "The UAB Lung Health Center." (2006). Hoover-Metro Kiwanis Club,
3. Spencer, Thomas, Lynn B. Gerald, Joan Mangan, Pam Roberts, Aubrey C. Daniels, &
William C. Bailey. (2003). "Asthma Agents: Asthma Self-Monitoring by Children." Presented at the Florida Association for Behavioral Analysis Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL. 4. Gerald, Lynn B., Joan Mangan, Pam Skelton, Aubrey Daniels, David Redden, & William C.
Bailey. (2003). "Asthma Agents: Monitoring Asthma in School." Presented at the National Asthma Conference, Washington, DC. 5. Bailey, William C., Lynn B. Gerald, Michael Kimerling, Nancy Dunlap, Frank Bruce, Nancy
Brook, David Redden, Ramin Arani, Shenghui Tang, & C. Michael Brooks. (2000) "Tuberculosis Contact Investigation: A Model of Transmission." Presented at the World Congress on Lung Health and 10th European Respiratory Society Annual Congress Meetings, Florence Italy. 6. Gerald, Lynn B., Anne Turner-Henson, Ronald Feinstein, Mary Pat Hemstreet, Coralie
Hains, Sue Erwin, C. Michael Brooks, Shenghui Tang, & William C. Bailey. (2000). "Results of a School Based Multi-Stage Screening Procedure for Asthma." Presented at the Prevention Center Scientific Conference, Atlanta, GA. 7. Bailey, William C., Lynn B. Gerald. (2000). "Susceptibility to Environmental and
Occupational Exposures." Presented at the International Conference on Environmental and Occupational Respiratory Diseases, Lucknow, India. 8. Gerald, Lynn B. (1998). "Mental Health Outcomes in Women in Caregiving Roles: Is elder
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