Sharon Stucker Weir, PhD
Honors and Awards
Science and Technology Pioneer Prize
From people to places: Focusing AIDS prevention efforts where it matters most. J. Boerma, Nicol Coetzee, Xoli Mahlalela, Farshid Meidany, Charmaine Pailman, Sharon Weir (2003). AIDS, 17(6), 895-903.
A pilot study of a rapid assessment method to identify places for AIDS prevention in Cape Town, South Africa. J.T. Boerma, N. Coetzee, C. Morroni, J. Spencer, S.S. Weir (2002). Sexually Transmitted Infections, 78.
Association between condom use and HIV infection: A randomised study of self reported condom use measures. Ronald Roddy, Kelley Ryan, Sharon Weir, Leopold Zekeng (1999). Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 53(7), 417-422.
The protective effect of condoms and nonoxynol-9 against HIV infection: A response to Wittkowski and colleagues  (multiple letters). K. Dietz, P.J. Feldblum, E. Susser, Jr. W., S.S. Weir, K. Wittkowski (1999). American Journal of Public Health, 89(1), 108-110.
Measuring condom use among sex workers in the Dominican Republic. Antonio DeMoya, Laurie Fox, Bayardo Gomez, Ernesto Guerrero, Susan Hassig, Sharon Weir (1998). International Journal of STD and AIDS, 9(4), 223-226.
PhD, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1997
MPH, Maternal & Child Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1985
Dip Ag S, Policy Sciences & Public Affairs , Duke University, 1980
BA, Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1978