Karine Yenokyan, PhD
Biostatistician, COVID Long

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Department of Epidemiology

Contact Information
kyenoky1@jhu.edu

Education
Master of Biostatistics, Duke University, 2018
PhD, North Carolina State University, 2010

Research Interests
HIV/AIDS, Public Health, Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health, Application of Statistical and Mathematical Methods in Public Health and Economics

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Shah HS, Dolwick Grieb SM, Flores-Miller A, Yenokyan K, Castellanos Aguirre J, Greenbaum A, Page KR. Solo Se Vive Una Vez: Evaluation of a Social Marketing Campaign Promoting HIV Screening and Prevention for Immigrant Latinxs. AIDS Behav 2021;25(9):3024-3033. PMC8373748

Fayanju OM, Yenokyan K, Ren.Y, Goldstein BA, Stashko I, Power S, Thornton MJ, Marcom PK, Hwang ES. The effect of treatment on patient-reported distress after breast cancer diagnosis. Cancer 2019;125(17):3040-3049. PMC6690752

Kondyan S, Yenokyan K. The Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic Growth. Eastern Economic Journal 2019;45:532-564.

Kondyan S, Yenokyan K. Cross-country Knowledge Spillovers and Innovations in Less Developed Countries in the Context of Schumpeterian Growth Model. Journal of Industry Competition and Trade 2019;19:479-500.

Seater J, Yenokyan K. Factor Elimination, Factor Augmentation, and Economic Growth. Economic Inquiry 2019;57(1):429-452.

Yenokyan K, Seater J, Arabshahi M. Economic Growth with Trade in Factors of Production. International Economic Review 2014;55(1):223-254.

Fayanju OM, Yenokyan K, Goldstein BA, Stashko I, Power S, Hwang ES. Race, Marital Status and Stage are Associated with Patient-Reported Distress After Breast Cancer Diagnosis: A Review of >5000 Patient Visits. Annals of Surgical Oncology 2018;25:S54-S54.