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Alixida Ramos

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Faculty RankAssistant Professor
InstitutionPonce Health Sciences University
DepartmentPsychology
AddressP.O. Box 7045
Ponce PR 00757
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-2457-555x Additional info
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    Florida International University, FloridaPostdoctoral12/2018Trans Health Research
    Ponce Health Sciences University, Puerto Rico PhD07/2014Clinical Psychology
    University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Puerto RicoMRC05/2009Rehabilitation Counseling
    University of Puerto Rico, Ponce Campus, Puerto RicoBA05/2006Forensic Psychology

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    R21CA233449     (RAMOS-PIBERNUS, ALIXIDA G)Jul 1, 2019 - Jun 30, 2021
    NIH
    The Role of Transgender Embodiment on Breast and Uterine Cervix Cancer Screening
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Ramos-Pibernus A, Carminelli-Corretjer P, Bermonti-Pérez M, Tollinchi-Natali N, Jiménez-Ricaurte C, Mejías-Serrano D, Silva-Reteguis J, Moreta-Ávila F, Blanco M, Justiz L, Febo M, Rivera-Segarra E. Examining Cervical Cancer Preventive Behaviors for Latinx Transmasculine Individuals among Medical Students. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 01 20; 18(3). PMID: 33498187.
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    2. Ramos-Pibernus AG, Rivera-Segarra ER, Rodríguez-Madera SL, Varas-Díaz N, Padilla M. Stigmatizing Experiences of Trans Men in Puerto Rico: Implications for Health. Transgend Health. 2020; 5(4):234-240. PMID: 33381650.
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    3. Padilla MB, Rodríguez-Madera S, Ramos Pibernus AG, Varas-Díaz N, Neilands TB. The social context of hormone and silicone injection among Puerto Rican transwomen. Cult Health Sex. 2018 05; 20(5):574-590. PMID: 28862522.
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    4. Padilla MB, Rodríguez-Madera S, Varas-Díaz N, Ramos-Pibernus A. Trans-migrations: border-crossing and the politics of body modification among Puerto Rican transgender women. Int J Sex Health. 2016; 28(4):261-277. PMID: 29354205.
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    5. Ramos-Pibernus AG, Rodríguez-Madera SL, Padilla M, Varas-Díaz N, Vargas Molina R. Intersections and evolution of 'Butch-trans' categories in Puerto Rico: Needs and barriers of an invisible population. Glob Public Health. 2016 Aug-Sep; 11(7-8):966-80. PMID: 27142002.
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    6. Rodríguez-Madera SL, Padilla M, Varas-Díaz N, Neilands T, Vasques Guzzi AC, Florenciani EJ, Ramos-Pibernus A. Experiences of Violence Among Transgender Women in Puerto Rico: An Underestimated Problem. J Homosex. 2017; 64(2):209-217. PMID: 27054395.
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