Sahru Keiser

Title(s)Project Manager, Dean's Office
SchoolSchool of Pharmacy
Address490 Illinois Street, #3322
San Francisco CA 94158
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    University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CABA06/1997Biology
    San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CAMPH01/2007Public Health

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    1. Perceptions of the Role of Living Alone in Providing Services to Patients With Cognitive Impairment. JAMA Netw Open. 2023 08 01; 6(8):e2329913. Portacolone E, Nguyen TT, Bowers BJ, Johnson JK, Kotwal AA, Stone RI, Keiser S, Tran T, Rivera E, Martinez P, Yang Y, Torres JM, Covinsky KE. PMID: 37594759; PMCID: PMC10439475.
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    2. Understanding the concept of trust and other factors related to COVID-19 vaccine intentions among Black/African American older adults prior to vaccine development. SSM Qual Res Health. 2023 Jun; 3:100230. Harris OO, Perry TE, Johnson JK, Lichtenberg P, Washington T, Kitt B, Shaw M, Keiser S, Tran T, Vest L, Maloof M, Portacolone E. PMID: 36785539; PMCID: PMC9898052.
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    3. Factors related to COVID-19 vaccine intention in Latino communities. PLoS One. 2022; 17(11):e0272627. Perez A, Johnson JK, Marquez DX, Keiser S, Martinez P, Guerrero J, Tran T, Portacolone E. PMID: 36378633; PMCID: PMC9665385.
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    4. Increasing engagement of Hispanics/Latinos in clinical trials on Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Alzheimers Dement (N Y). 2022; 8(1):e12331. Marquez DX, Perez A, Johnson JK, Jaldin M, Pinto J, Keiser S, Tran T, Martinez P, Guerrero J, Portacolone E. PMID: 35910673; PMCID: PMC9322823.
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    5. The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Lived Experience of Diverse Older Adults Living Alone With Cognitive Impairment. Gerontologist. 2021 02 23; 61(2):251-261. Portacolone E, Chodos A, Halpern J, Covinsky KE, Keiser S, Fung J, Rivera E, Tran T, Bykhovsky C, Johnson JK. PMID: 33404634; PMCID: PMC7901518.
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    6. Earning the Trust of African American Communities to Increase Representation in Dementia Research. Ethn Dis. 2020; 30(Suppl 2):719-734. Portacolone E, Palmer NR, Lichtenberg P, Waters CM, Hill CV, Keiser S, Vest L, Maloof M, Tran T, Martinez P, Guerrero J, Johnson JK. PMID: 33250619; PMCID: PMC7683027.
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