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Cynthia J. Mollen,

Cynthia J. Mollen

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Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

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3535 Market Street
Room 1418
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2155901296
Fax: 2155904454
B.A. (Biological Sciences)
Cornell University, 1991.
Cornell University, 1995.
M.S.C.E (Clinical Epidemiology)
University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
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Selected Publications

Lewis VJ, Mollen CJ, Forke CM, Peter NG, Pati S, Medina SP, Johnson SE: Black adolescent females’ perceptions of racial discrimination when accessing reproductive and general health care. Sage Open July-Sept: 1-10, Sept 2016 Notes: http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/spsgo/6/3/2158244016666605.full.pdf?ijkey=oNQMzW6J8oBAfav&keytype=finite.

Cooper AS, Friedlaender E, Levy SE, Bradford AB, Wells KE, Mollen CJ: The implications of brain MRI in Autism Spectrum Disorder. J Child Neurol ePub ahead of print, Sept 2016.

Fong H, Bennett CE, Mondestin V, Scribano PV, Mollen C, Wood JN: Caregiver perceptions about mental health services after child sexual abuse. Child Abuse Negl 51: 284-294, January 2016.

Miller MK, Champassak S, Goggin K, Kelly P, Dowd MD, Mollen CJ, Humiston SG, Linebarger J, Apodaca TR: Brief behavioral intervention to improve adolescent sexual health: a feasibility study in the emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care 32(1): 17-19, January 2016.

Lee S, Matone M, Dowshen N, Mollen CJ: Variation in practice of expedited partner therapy (EPT) for adolescents by state policy environment. J Adolesc Health 57(3): 348-50, September 2015.

Balamuth F, Zhang Z, Rappaport E, Hayes K, Mollen CJ, and Sullivan K: Identification of inflammatory RNA biosignatures in adolescent patients in a pediatric emergency department with pelvic inflammatory disease. Pediatr Emerg Care 31(7): 465-72, July 2015.

Dowshen N, Lee S, Matty Lehman B, Castillo M, Mollen C: IknowUshould2: Feasibility of a youth-driven social media campaign to promote STI and HIV testing among adolescents in Philadelphia. AIDS Behav 19(Suppl 2): 106-111, June 2015.

Miller MK, Harrison CJ, Dowd D, Mollen CJ, Selvarangan R, Aust D, Humiston SG: Prevalence of three sexually transmitted infections in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care 31(2): 107-12, February 2015.

Feudtner C, Walter JK, Faerber JA, Hill DL, Carroll KW, Mollen CJ, Miller VA, Morrison WE, Munson D, Kang TI, Hinds PS: Good-parent beliefs of parents of seriously ill children. JAMA Pediatr 169(1): 39-47, January 2015.

Wolff M, Balamuth F, Sampayo E, Mollen C: Improving adolescent pelvic inflammatory disease follow-up from the emergency department: randomized controlled trial with text messages. Ann Emerg Med Epub ahead of print November 2015.

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