My research is published in leading medical sociology and public health journals.

Polonijo, Andrea N., Durga Mahapatra, and Brandon Brown. 2022. "I Thought It Was Just for Teenagers": Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs about HPV Vaccination among Women Aged 27-45. Women's Health Issues, online ahead of print.
Vogelsang, Eric M., and Andrea N. Polonijo. 2022. Social Determinants of Shingles Vaccination in the United StatesJournals of Gerontology: Series B, 22(2):407-412 .
Polonijo, Andrea N., Stephanie S. Lee, Nikita Nagpal, Rebecca Barros, Suellen Hopfer, Brandon Brown, Harry Pellman, and Jasjit Singh. 2021. How Do Patient-Provider Relationship Continuity, Gender, and Language Affect Pediatric HPV Vaccine Acceptance? Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 17(11)4467-4469
Carpiano, Richard M., Andrea N. Polonijo, Nicolas Gilbert, Lyne Cantin, and Eve Dubé. 2019. Socioeconomic Status Differences in Parental Vaccination Attitudes and Child Vaccinations: Findings from the 2013 Childhood National Immunization Coverage Survey (CNICS). Preventive Medicine, 123:278-287.
Polonijo, Andrea N., Richard M. Carpiano, Paul L. Reiter, and Noel T. Brewer. 2016. Socioeconomic and Racial-Ethnic Disparities in Prosocial Health Attitudes: The Case of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination for Adolescent Males. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 57(3):290-406.
Polonijo, Andrea N., and Richard M. Carpiano. 2013. Social Inequalities in Adolescent Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination: A Test of Fundamental Cause Theory. Social Science & Medicine, 82:115-125.
Polonijo, Andrea N., Shawna Sein, Raul Maldonado, Jorge Delos Santos, and Brandon Brown. 2022. Promoting Vaccination During Rapid HIV Testing: Recommendations from Men Who Have Sex With Men in California. Health & Social Care in the Community, online ahead of print.
Olivares, Angela, Justino Flores, Kodiak Ly, Christopher Christensen, Brandon Brown, and Andrea N. Polonijo. 2021. A Qualitative Evaluation of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Patients’ Experiences in Southern California’s Inland Empire. Transgender Health, online ahead of print.
Polonijo, Andrea N., Aaron Gardner, Thomi Clinton, and Brandon Brown. 2020. Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Patient Experience in the Inland Empire, California. Transgender Health, 5(4):267-271.
Polonijo, Andrea N., and Brooke A. Hollister. 2011. Normalcy, Boundaries, and Heterosexism: An Exploration of Online Lesbian Health Queries. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 23(2):165-187
Polonijo, Andrea N., Karine Dubé, Jerome T. Galea, Karah Yeona Greene, Jeff Taylor, Christopher Christensen, and Brandon Brown. Attitudes Toward Payment for Research Participation: Results from a U.S. Survey of People Living with HIV. AIDS and Behavior, online ahead of print.
Didero, Michelle, Alejandra Cabral, Andrea N. Polonijo, Poorna Kushalnagar, and Brandon Brown. 2022. Challenges of Being Deaf and Aging with HIV: Focus Group Findings from Palm Springs, California. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 33(2)235-238.
Galea, Jerome T., Karah Yeona Greene, Brandon Nguyen, Andrea N. Polonijo, Karine Dubé, Jeff Taylor, Christopher Christensen, Zhiwei Zhang, and Brandon Brown. 2021. Evaluating the Impact of Incentives on Clinical Trial Participation: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods, Community-Engaged Study. JMIR Research Protocols, 10(11):e33608.
Rogers, Eamonn, Andrea N. Polonijo, and Richard M. Carpiano. 2016. Getting by with a Little Help from My Friends (and Colleagues): Testing the Roles of Social Support and Loneliness for Burnout among Medical Residents. Canadian Family Physician, 62(11):e677-e683.
Roberts, Suzanne M., Sandra Jarvis-Selinger, Daniel Pratt, Andrea N. Polonijo, Elizabeth Stacy, Katharine Wisener, and Kevin P. Black. 2012. Reshaping Orthopaedic Resident Education in Systems-Based Practice. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 94(15):e1121-1127.
Polonijo, Andrea N., and Richard M. Carpiano. 2008. Representations of Cosmetic Surgery and Emotional Health in Women’s Magazines in Canada. Women’s Health Issues, 18(6):464-471.
Polonijo, Andrea N., and Michaela Curran. 2021. Opinion: Normal May Be a Long Way Off for About 10 Million Immunocompromised AmericansSan Diego Union-Tribune, July 6. 
World Health Organization. 2010. Authors: Ho, Kendall, Jennifer Cordeiro, Ben Hoggan, Helen Novak Lauscher, Francisco Grajales, Lisa Oliveira, and Andrea N. Polonijo. Telemedicine: Opportunities and Developments in Member States: Report on the Second Global Survey of eHealth 2009. Global Observatory for eHealth Series – Volume 2. Geneva: World Health Organization.