Public Scholarship

  1. Mentioned in, Epidemiology and Public Health Experts, Online Education, May 7, 2021
  2. Trafficking is modern day slavery and a human rights violation, International Human Trafficking Institute, April 21, 2021
  3. Quoted in, US record guns sales: Americans bought guns in record numbers in 2020 during a year of unrest, CNN, March 14, 2021
  4. Quoted in, How health apps can help migrants achieve better health outcomes, VeryWellHealth, February 8, 2021
  5. Research featured in, Study Reports Spike in Domestic Violence in Georgia During COVID-19, Rollins News January 26, 2021
  6. In His First Days, Biden Can Make a Difference in Domestic Abortion Policy, Ms. Magazine, January 26, 2021
  7. Why Preventing Violence Against Women Requires Men and Boys, Ms. Magazine, November 24, 2020
  8. Featured in COVID-19 and Beyond, Emory Magazine, November 18, 2020
  9. Quoted in, Gun sales up sharply in a time of uncertainty, Georgia Health News, October 23, 2020
  10. Quoted in, Ted Cruz Faces Backlash for FDA Abortion Letter Stating Pregnancy Is ‘Not Life Threatening’ Newsweek, September 3, 2020
  11. Quoted in, Health experts’ letter slams proposal that can bar asylum-seekers, Georgia Health News, August 24, 2020
  12. Quoted in, Georgia Gov. Reopened State While Health Care Workers Needed Millions of Masks and Gowns, Kaiser Health News/The Daily Beast, August 18, 2020
  13. Good Laws Are Not Enough: Femicide in Brazil, Spotlight: Justice for Women Podcast, Wilson Center; June 16, 2020, Available on iTunes and Spotify
  14. Gender violence, reproductive rights COVID, The Mediating Doctor, April 24, 2020
  15. The critical issue Congress must include in the next COVID-19 funding package. The Hill, April 20, 2020 16.
  16. Officials Must Balance Human Rights With Public Safety When Imposing Quarantine, Georgia Public Broadcasting, March 11, 2020
  17. Mentioned in 500 Women Scientists seek Reproductive Justice, The Southerner, February 15, 2020
  18. Emory: Receives $1 Million NoVo Foundation Grant to Advance Systems-based Solutions to End Commercial Sexual Exploitation, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, January 31, 2020
  19. Research featured in Announcing The Life Story Grantee Partners, The NoVo Foundation, January 28, 2020
  20. Research featured in Emory Receives $1 Million Grant from Novo Foundation, January 28, 2020
  21. Early Abortion Bans: A new wave of anti-abortion strategy and tactics, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters webinar, January 16, 2020
  22. Research featured in مناھضو الإجھاض الأمریكیون یخلطون العاطفة بالسیاسة (American anti-abortion mixes passion with politics), Scientific American (Arabic), January 2020
  23. Research featured in Anti-abortion Supporters of Georgia’s ‘Heartbeat Bill’ Say Fetuses Face Same Civil Rights Issues as LGBT and Black Americans, Newsweek, January 1, 2020
  24. Research featured in Here’s How Conservatives Are Using Civil Rights Law to Restrict Abortion, TIME Magazine, January 1, 2020
  25. Georgia Anti-Abortion Supporters Used Misleading Tactics to Promote Early-Abortion Bans, The American Prospect, January 1, 2020
  26. ICPD 25:  accelerating the promise of just holding ground? Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics, December 16, 2019
  27. A day of remembrance, action and accountability on femicide, The Hill, December 6, 2019
  28. Quoted in, Atlanta Reproductive Justice Commission highlights increasing role of city governments, The Southerner, December 6, 2019
  29. Mentioned in Field manual covers reproductive health, Emory Nursing Magazine, Spring 2019
  30. Mentioned in LSTM teaching geographic data skills to Central American ministries of health in El Salvador.  Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, July 24, 2019
  31. Life under an abortion ban, Ms. Magazine, July 15, 2019
  32. Emory: Faculty Author and Lead Revision of 2018 Inter-Agency Field Manual on Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings, ASPPH Connect, April 1, 2019
  33. Georgia heartbeat bill is dangerous for women nationwide. The Hill, March 16, 2019 (unnamed author due to a three author byline limitation)
  34. Cited in, A Cross-Sectional Survey of Parental Attitudes towards Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Exclusion Categories in Brazil, The Communication Initiative, March 7, 2019
  35. The Weekly Check-up, WSB AM 750/NOW95.5, January 13, 2019
  36. Sex Trafficking Signs, CBS 46, January 11, 2019
  37. Women facing unplanned pregnancies must understand all of their options, The Hill, December 27, 2018
  38. The Universal Periodic Review: Is it delivering for Health? O’Neill Institute. December 7, 2018
  39. Why White Women Must Act to Elect Stacey Abrams. Garnet News. November 1, 2018
  40. Trigger warnings shouldn’t be a thing in the classroom or elsewhere, The Hill, October 8, 2018
  41. Enabling Women to GROW, Rollins Magazine, Fall 2018
  42. Cited in Preparedness and Outbreak Response Efforts at Emory, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health, September 13, 2018
  43. One More Dispatch from Rape Culture, Ms. Magazine, June 28, 2018
  44. What do Avengers, Black Panther and Wonder Woman have in common? The Abuse of Women, Women’s E-News, May 15, 2018
  45. Counting Femicide: How Data Can Prevent Misogynist Violence, Ms. Magazine, May 3, 2018
  46. Why won’t the government let me study gun violence?, The Pacific Standard, April 9, 2018 and reprinted in CityLab April 12, 2018
  47. Did John Kelly think Robert Porter’s talent was more important than alleged abuse?, The Hill, February 13, 2018
  48. Quoted in Banning seven words at the CDC would have at least seven serious consequences for public health, LA Times, January 9, 2018 and reprinted in Orlando Sentinel, January 8, 2018
  49. The CDC’s word ban list is harmful to the health of the American public, The Hill, December 20, 2017
  50. Featured in Border Crossing with Dabney Evans, Integrating health and human rights, Office of Global Strategic Initiatives, Emory University, December 2017
  51. Why Roy Moore’s accusers stayed silent so long, AL.com, November 26, 2017
  52. Quoted in, How Madagascar Took Control Of Its Plague Outbreak, NPR, November 19, 2017
  53. Quoted in, Health Crisis in Puerto Rico Is Likely Just Getting Started, The Weather Channel, October 20, 2017
  54. Quoted in ‘Emory 21 Days of Peace’ promotes building peace locally, globally, Emory Report, September 5, 2017
  55. Featured in CFDE Featured Faculty Member:  Dabney Evans, Emory University Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, May 2017
  56. Featured in Why former President Bill Clinton was in Atlanta Saturday night, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 30, 2017
  57. Quoted in A champion for human rights, Rollins Magazine, Spring 2017
  58. Quoted in University Course offers timely exploration of global security, leadership, Emory Report, March 30, 2017
  59. Women at march give thanks to men, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 1, 2017
  60. What Women’s March activists must do now, January 24, 2017
  61. Guest on WAOK Real Talk with Rashad Richey, January 24, 2017
  62. Guest on WABE Closer Look: Women’s March On Washington, January 23, 2017
  63. Why women are marching on Washington, The Hill, January 21, 2017
  64. Doctors are dying in Syria named one of The Hill’s top stories of 2016, December 26, 2016.
  65. Featured in University Courses take on challenging, interdisciplinary topics, January 12, 2017
  66. Featured in 4 big international stories of 2016, The Hill, December 29, 2016
  67. Featured in Emory assistant professor tells of 2006 meeting with Fidel Castro, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 26, 2016
  68. What President Trump means to the future of human rights, The Hill, November 10, 2016
  69. Quoted in Zika: Why Brazil, Why Now, MedicineNet.com August 4, 2016
  70. Expert in USA Today #Zikachat on Twitter, August 4, 2016
  71. Quoted in Zika Won’t Pose Risks at the Olympics: Health Experts, HealthDay, August 3, 2016
  72. Doctors are dying in Syria, The Hill, May 6, 2016
  73. Abortion law in Supreme Court case puts miles between women and providers, The Hill, March 4, 2016
  74. How we all let down Nicole Brown, O.J. Simpson’s dead wife, /Slant, February 19, 2016
  75. Quoted in Why are the 2016 presidential candidates ignoring healthcare?, Medical Economics, January 25, 2016
  76. Why do women need special laws to protect them from violence?, The Conversation, November 25, 2015 Republished under Creative Commons in English and German
  77. What American children are missing today, The Hill, November 20, 2015
  78. The case for public health hospitals, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, October 15, 2015
  79. Humanitarian workers as well as refugees need our help,  The Hill, September 21, 2015
  80. My long night with Fidel Castro, Pacific Standard, August 20, 2015
  81. Expand literacy, improve health care, Atlanta Journal Constitution, August 7, 2015
  82. The hate crime you’ve never heard of, The Hill, July 2, 2015
  83. Dr. Dabney P Evans gave a talk on the right to health at TEDx Lacador in Porto Alegre, Brazil in May 2015.
  84. Online expert twitter commentator during PBS Frontline screening of Outbreak, May 5, 2015
  85. Experts Discuss preparedness for next emerging disease outbreak, Infectious Disease News, April 2015
  86. Featured faculty for the Center for Faculty Development and Excellence, April 22, 2015
  87. Featured on Sending Nepal Earthquake Relief Complicated For Ga. Agencies, Georgia Public Broadcasting, April 28, 2015
  88. Featured in In Class: Health in Humanitarian Emergencies, Emory Magazine, Winter 2015
  89. Author of the non-discrimination statement in the Emory University Ebola Policy, November 7, 2014
  90. Featured in Taming the Ebola Epidemic, Emory Public Health Magazine Fall 2014
  91. Quoted in Atlanta Summons the Past to Showcase the Present, New York Times, June 14, 2014
  92. Quoted in More Mexicans requesting asylum, Atlanta Journal Constitution, July 5, 2012
  93. Programa Diálogos – Nethis – Bioética e Direitos Humanos, You Tube, November 30, 2011
  94. Human Rights Issues: The State, Non-State Institutions and the Individual. Medscape, February 25, 2009
  95. Public health and human rights: Along the long arc of justice. Medscape, 2007
  96. This I Believe, National Public Radio, November 25, 2006
  97. The Calm Before the Storm: Addressing Race as a Vulnerability Before and After Hurricane Katrina. Medscape 2006
  98. Our Common Heritage. Emory Report-First Person. October 17, 2005
  99. You Have the Right to…Health? Medscape, March 3, 2005

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