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  1. Examining the Association between Socio-Demographic Variables and the Use of Contraception Before and After Abortion in the United States Using the 2006-2010 National Survey of Family Growth
    Hoyte, Tiffany
  2. Expanding the Scope of Donor/Acceptor Rhodium-Carbene Chemistry
    Guptill, David Matthew
  3. The Aesthetics of Assimilation: Non-Elite Roman Funerary Monuments, 100 B.C.E. - 200 C.E.
    Stewart, Devon Ashley
  4. Bee Community Responses in Pine Systems to Future Biofuel Cultivation in Southeastern US.
    Gruenewald, David
  5. Disability Ethics in Neonatology: A New Script for Neonatologists Informing Parents About Their Infant with Down Syndrome
    Dworetz, April Robin
  6. Models for Statistical Analyses of Infectious Disease Data
    An, Qian
  7. Flexible Semiparametric Regression Methods for Observational Follow-up Studies
    Sun, Xiaoyan
  8. Quantum Walks and the Renormalization Group
    Falkner, Stefan
  9. The Development and Application of Ex Vivo Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques to Understand the Neural Basis of Pavlovian Fear Conditioning and Extinction.
    Keifer Jr, Orion Paul
  10. The Roles of Microbiota and Innate Immunity during Rotavirus Infection and Humoral Immunity
    Uchiyama, Robin Cathleen

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