At the University of California, San Francisco, Monica McLemore is a tenured associate professor in the Family Health Care Nursing Department and an affiliated scientist with Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health. She currently holds the Thelma Shobe Endowed Chair. She retired from active clinical practice after a 28-year clinical nursing career in 2019; however, continues to provide flu and COVID-19 vaccines. Her program of research is focused on understanding reproductive health and justice. To date, she has 83 peer reviewed articles, OpEds and commentaries and her research has been cited in four amicus briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States, and three National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine reports, and a data visualization project in the 2019 Future of Medicine edition of Scientific American.
October 5, 2021
Foster V, Harrison JM, Williams CR, Asiodu I, Ayala S, Getrouw-Moore J, Davis NK, Davis W, Mahdi IK, Nedhari A, Niles PM, Peprah S, Perritt J, McLemore MR, Jackson FM. Reimagining Perinatal Mental Health: An Expansive Vision For Structural Change. Health Affairs. October 2021; 40:10, 1592-1596.
October 4, 2021
Moore JE, McLemore MR, Glenn N, Zivin K. Policy Opportunities To Improve Prevention, Diagnosis, And Treatment Of Perinatal Mental Health Conditions. Health Affairs. October 2021; 40:10, 1534-1542.
June 28, 2021
McLemore MR. Reimagining methodological considerations for research studies using 'big' administrative data sets. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology. June 2021; 35(4):491-492.
April 8, 2021
Anand ST, Chrischilles EA, Baer RJ, Charlton ME, Breheny PJ, Terry WW, McLemore MR, Karasek D, Jelliffe-Pawlowski LL, Ryckman KK. The risk of preterm birth among women with a history of leukemia or lymphoma. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. April 2021; [Epub ahead of print].
January 4, 2021
Chambers BD, Arega HA, Arabia SE, Taylor B, Barron R, Gates B, Scruggs-Leach L, Scott KA, McLemore MR. Black women’s perspectives on structural racism across the reproductive lifespan: A conceptual framework for measurement development. Maternal and Child Health Journal. January 2021; [Epub ahead of print].
November 24, 2020
Black Women Scholars and the Research Working Group of the Black Mamas Matter Alliance. Black maternal health research re-envisioned: Best practices for the conduct of research with, for, and by black mamas. Harvard Law and Policy Review. November 2020; 14;393-415.