Amanda F. Dempsey, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases
Assistant Professor, Health Management and Policy
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
- Professional Summary
- Research Interest & Projects
- Selected Publications
- Professional Affiliations
Fellow, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program. Clinical Instructor, University of Washington
M.D., Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University, 2000
Ph.D., Cell and Developmental Biology, Vanderbilt University, 1998
M.P.H., Health Services, University of Washington, 2005
Research Interests & Projects
Agent based modeling of vaccine policy impacts
Using tailored health communication to improve vaccine delivery
Dempsey, A.F., Cohn, L., Dalton, V., & Ruffin, M.T. (2011). Worsening disparities in HPV vaccine utilization among 19-26 year old women. Vaccine, 29, 528-534.
Dempsey, A. F. & Schaffer, S. (in press). Human papillomavirus vaccination rates and state mandates for tetanus-containing vaccines. Preventive Medicine.
Carlos, R. C., Dempsey, A. F., Resnicow, K., Ruffin, M.T. Patel, D.A., Straus, C.M., & Dalton, V.A. (2010). Feasibility of using maternal cancer screening visits to identify adolescent girls eligible for human papillomavirus vaccination? Journal of Women's Health, 19(1), 2271-2275.
Carlos, R. C., Dempsey, A.F., Patel, D.A., & Dalton, V.K. (in press). What predicts a mother's preference for mandatory HPV vaccination in her daughters? Human Vaccines.
Patel, D.A., Zochowski, M., Peterman, S., Dempsey, A.F., Ernst, S., & Dalton, V.K. (in press). Human papillomavirus vaccine intent and uptake among female college students. American Journal of College Health.
Society for Pediatric Research
Ambulatory Pediatrics Association
University of Michigan Cancer Center
International Papillomavirus Society
American Academy of Pediatrics, Fellow