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overview MELISSA GILLIAM, MD, MPH is the Ellen H. Block Professor of Health Justice and Vice Provost at the University of Chicago. Her clinical focus is in pediatric and adolescent gynecology and family planning. Dr. Gilliam is the founder and director of Ci3, a research center at the University of Chicago. As Vice Provost, she leads campus-wide efforts on leadership, faculty development, faculty recruitment, and diversity and inclusion. She oversees the Center for the Study of Race Politics and Culture, the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, and the Center for Identity and inclusion. She is founder of the D+I studio, using design practices to create a more inclusive campus. In November 2012, she launched Ci3 at the University of Chicago conducting research to improve the health, education, and wellbeing of adolescents in particular those marginalized by class, race, and sexual orientation. Ci3 uses participatory research methods including games, storytelling, and design.

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Concept Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice
Academic Article Concerns about contraceptive side effects among young Latinas: a focus-group approach.
Academic Article Importance and knowledge of oral contraceptives in antepartum, low-income, African American adolescents.
Academic Article Factors influencing the acceptability of coitus interruptus among Latina teens and young adults.
Academic Article A call to incorporate a reproductive justice agenda into reproductive health clinical practice and policy.
Academic Article Contraceptive attitudes among inner-city African American female adolescents: Barriers to effective hormonal contraceptive use.
Academic Article Abortion-seeking minors' views on the Illinois parental notification law: a qualitative study.
Academic Article Partner roles in contraceptive use: what do adolescent mothers say?
Academic Article Interventions using new digital media to improve adolescent sexual health: a systematic review.
Academic Article Digital media and sexually transmitted infections.
Academic Article Development and testing of an iOS waiting room "app" for contraceptive counseling in a Title X family planning clinic.
Academic Article Perceived Dual Method Responsibilities by Relationship Type Among African-American Male Adolescents.
Academic Article Mobile contraceptive application use in a clinical setting in addition to standard contraceptive counseling: A randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Development of a Mobile App on Contraceptive Options for Young African American and Latina Women.
Academic Article Increasing Anti-Tobacco Industry Attitudes Among Youth: A Pilot Study of a Multiplayer Educational Board Game.
Academic Article Perceived responsibility for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection prevention among young African American men: An exploratory focus group study.
Grant Hexacago: A game-based approach to engaging youth in health and science
Grant Hexacago: A game-based approach to engaging youth in health and science
Grant Improving contraceptive use/practices among young women
Grant Developing a method to increase HIV testing among YMSM
Academic Article Exploring young women's menstruation-related challenges in Uttar Pradesh, India, using the socio-ecological framework.

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