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This profile was last updated on 7/28/04  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Fred Molitor

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Employment History


  • Ph.D.
Web References
ETR Associates - Program Services Division - Staff - Fred Molitor, 28 July 2004 [cached]
Fred Molitor, Ph.D. Senior Research Associate
Fred Molitor, Ph.D.Senior Research Associate
Dr. Molitor is currently Principal Investigator for the Young Men Survey (five county, population-based survey of HIV infection and risk behaviors among young men), HIV Transmission Prevention Project (HTPP) (statewide project to reduce HIV transmission among high-risk HIV-positive and HIV-negative individuals), the Bridge Project (multi-site project designed to connect HIV-positive individuals with state-of-the-art care and treatment), and the evaluation of the L.I.F.E. Program (a 16-session group intervention for people living with HIV/AIDS).
Molitor, F., Walsh, R., & Leigh, J. (2002).Determinants of longer time from HIV result to enrollment in publicly-funded care and treatment in California by race/ethnicity and behavioral risk.AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 16, 555-565
Ruiz, J., Molitor, F., Bruckner, R., & Zukowski, D. (2002).Ethnic disparity in HIV prevalence and zidovudine treatment among childbearing women and pediatric AIDS cases in California.AIDS, 16, 2469-2473
Page-Shafer, K., Cahoon-Young, B., Klausner, J., Morrow, S., Molitor, F., Ruiz, J., et al. (2002).Hepatitis C virus infection in young, low income women: The role of sexually transmitted infection as a potential co-factor for HCV infection.American Journal of Public Health, 92, 670-676
Ruiz, J., Molitor, F., Prussing, E., Peck, L., & Grasso, P. (2002).Prenatal HIV counseling and testing in California: Women's experiences and providers' practices.AIDS Education and Prevention, 14, 190-195
Scheer, S., Peterson, I., Page-Shafer, K., Delgado, V., Gleghorn, A., Ruiz, J., et al. (2002).Sex and drug use behavior among women who have sex with both women and men.American Journal of Public Health, 92, 1110-1112
Ruiz, J., Molitor, F., & Plagenhoef, J. (2002).Trends in hepatitis C and HIV infection among inmates entering prisons in California, 1994 versus 1999.AIDS, 16, 2236-2238
Kim, A., Page-Shafer, K., Ruiz, J., Reyes, L., Delgado, V., Klausner, J., et al. (2002).Vulnerability to HIV among women formerly incarcerated and women with incarcerated sexual partners.AIDS and Behavior, 6, 331-338
2001Klausner, J., McFarland, W., Bolan, G., Hernandez, M., Molitor, F., Morrow, S., et al. (2001).Knock-Knock: Population-based survey of risk behavior, health care access and Chlamydia Trachomatis infection among low-income women in the San Francisco Bay Area.Journal of Infectious Diseases, 183, 1087-1092
Molitor, F., Kravitz, R., To, Y., & Fink, A. (2001).Methods in survey research: Evidence for the reliability of group administration versus personal interviews.American Journal of Public Health, 91, 826-827
2000Hernandez, M., Klausner, J., McFarland, W., Wong, E., Bolan, G., Molitor, F., et al. (2000).Hepatitis B prevalence in young women living in low-income areas: The population-based San Francisco Bay Area's young women's survey.Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 27, 539-544
Molitor, F., Ruiz, J., McFarland, W., & Klausner, J. (2000).History of forced sex in association with drug use and sexual HIV risk behaviors, infection withSTDs, and diagnostic medical care: Results from the Young Women Survey.Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 15, 262-278
Buchacz, K., McFarland, W., Hernandez, M., Klausner, J., Page-Shafer, K., Padian, N., et al. (2000).Prevalence and correlates of herpes simplex virus type 2 infection in a population-based survey of young women in low-income neighborhoods of northern California.Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 27, 393-400
Ruiz, J., Molitor, F., McFarland, W., Klausner, J., Page-Shafer, K., Parikh-Patel, A., et al. (2000).Prevalence of HIV infection, sexually transmitted diseases, and hepatitis and related risk behavior among young women living in low-income neighborhoods of northern California.The Western Journal of Medicine, 172, 368-374
1999Bell, R., Molitor, F., & Flynn, N. (1999).Fear of AIDS: Assessment and implications for promoting safer sex.AIDS and Behavior, 3, 135-147
Molitor, F., Ruiz, J., Flynn, N., Mikanda, J., Sun, R., & Anderson, R. (1999).Methamphetamine use and sexual and injection risk behaviors among out-of-treatment injection drug users.The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 25, 475-493
Molitor, F., Bell, R., Ruiz, J., & Sun, R. (1999).Predictors of failure to return for HIV test result and counseling by test site type.AIDS Education and Prevention, 11, 1-13
Ruiz, J., Molitor, F., Sun, R., Mikanda, J., Facer, M., Colford, J., et al. (1999).Prevalence and correlates of Hepatitis C virus infection among inmates entering the California Correctional system.The Western Journal of Medicine, 170, 156-160
Molitor, F., Facer, M., & Ruiz, J. (1999).Safer sex communication and unsafe sexual behavior among young men who have sex with men.Archives of Sexual Behavior, 28, 335-343
1998Molitor, F., Truax, S., Ruiz, J., & Sun, R. (1998).Association of methamphetmine use during sex with risky sexual behaviors and HIV infection among non-injection drug users.The Western Journal of Medicine, 168, 93-97
Ruiz, J., & Molitor, F. (1998).Knowledge of treatment to reduce perinatal human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) transmission and likelihood of testing for HIV: results from two surveys of women of childbearing age.Maternal and Child Health Journal, 2, 117-126
Johnson, A., Molitor, F., & Sun, R. (1998).Testing for HIV in California: volume and seropositivity in private versus public sites.AIDS, 12, 2508-2510
1997Bell, R., Molitor, F., & Flynn, N. (1997).On returning for one's HIV test result: demographic, behavioral and psychological predictors.AIDS, 11, 263-264
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