Julie Adams

Bernard Agala2
Kathryn Whetten2
Kristen Shirey2
Dafrosa Itemba2
2Bernard Agala
2Kathryn Whetten
2Kristen Shirey
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We have developed a general system, QGB, for performing complex queries on the information in the DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank databases, including queries over the structural features of sequences implied in the FEATURE TABLE. Queries are formed in a Structured Query Language (SQL)-like syntax with language extensions to support complex types (e.g., sets, ordered(More)
  • Brian W. Pence, Kristen Shirey, Kathryn Whetten, Bernard Agala, Dafrosa Itemba, Julie Adams +3 others
  • 2012
BACKGROUND In high income nations, traumatic life experiences such as childhood sexual abuse are much more common in people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) than the general population, and trauma is associated with worse current health and functioning. Virtually no data exist on the prevalence or consequences of trauma for PLWHA in low income nations. (More)
The need to vary body temperature to optimize physiological processes can lead to thermoregulatory behaviours, particularly in ectotherms. Despite some evidence of within-population phenotypic variation in thermal behaviour, the occurrence of alternative tactics of this behaviour is rarely explicitly considered when studying natural populations. The main(More)
become acquainted with many of the leading researchers in the field, as well as the ambitious upcoming generation of HRI researchers. As any nascent field grows, these are the two of the most important factors that will help it mature into a solid domain. This HRI summer school clearly brought together a group of people excited about the work they are(More)
In the tradition of the AAAI Symposium Series, this workshop will consist primarily of discussions and interaction among the participants. Each of the attending authors of published papers will be given a short time slot (15 minutes) in which to make a major point. This point will then be discussed among the participants for 15 minutes. Groups of such(More)
  • Kathryn Whetten, Kristen Shirey, Brian Wells Pence, Jia Yao, Nathan Thielman, Rachel Whetten +8 others
  • 2013
BACKGROUND As antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV becomes increasingly available in low and middle income countries (LMICs), understanding reasons for lack of adherence is critical to stemming the tide of infections and improving health. Understanding the effect of psychosocial experiences and mental health symptomatology on ART adherence can help maximize(More)
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