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Nicki Karimipour

Title(s)CRS Program Manager
SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
Phone+1 323 442 1280
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    University of FloridaPhD
    University of FloridaMA
    Florida State UniversityBA

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    Nicki Karimipour currently serves as the Program Manager of the Clinical Research Support Office at the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute. In her role at SC CTSI, she is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the Clinical Research Support group and strategizing ongoing initiatives and outreach. She also assists study teams with the development of strategic plans for participant recruitment, and works with other SC CTSI core groups to leverage existing recruitment tools and collaboratively develop new tools.
    She has a PhD in Health Communications from the University of Florida, where she also worked at the UF CTSI. While at UF, her research focused on health-related topics including body image and social media, media coverage of sport-related concussions, hematology, tuberculosis, e-cigarette use, eating disorders, and general health behaviors. She has previous experience working in journalism, public relations, health-related strategic communications, and teaching at the undergraduate level.

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    1. Strekalova YA, Karimipour N, James V, Treise D. Assessing Risk Perceptions of E-Smoking Devices: a Cross-Sectional Consumer Survey. J Behav Health Serv Res. 2018 Jul; 45(3):499-505. PMID: 29476386.
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    2. Flood-Grady E, Paige SR, Karimipour N, Harris PA, Cottler LB, Krieger JL. A content analysis of Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) strategies for communicating about clinical research participation online. J Clin Transl Sci. 2017 Dec; 1(6):340-351. PMID: 29707256.
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    3. Nicki Karimipour; Kevin Hull.Minimized, Not Medicalized: Media Framing of Concussions in the NFL on ESPN.com. 2017.
    4. Nicki Karimipour.Suicide on the Sidelines: Media Portrayals of NFL Players’ Suicides from June 2000 to September 2012. Journal of Sports Media. 2016; 1(11):49-80.
    5. Nicki Karimipour.Nothing to Cough At: Framing Analysis of Media Coverage ofthe 2012 Florida Tuberculosis Incident. Journal of Florida Studies. 2014; 1(3).