Baylor Remains Open

Baylor College of Medicine and its clinics will be open Tuesday, Nov. 29. We are closely monitoring the City of Houston's boil water advisory and will provide updates as needed.


Research on Women with Disabilities: Sexuality and Reproductive Health Publications


Walter, L. J., Nosek, M. A., Langdon, K. (2001) Understanding of Sexuality and Reproductive Health Among Women with and without Physical Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (3) 167-76.

Nosek, M. A. (2001) Introduction to the Special Issue: Research Update from the Center for Research on Women with Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 165-6.

Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Rintala, D. H., Young, M. E., Chanpong, G. F. (2001) National Study of Women with Physical Disabilities: Final Report. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 5-39.

Pendergrass, S. Nosek, M. A., Holcomb, J. D. (2001) Design and evaluation of an internet site to educate women with disabilities on reproductive health care. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 71-83.

Welner, S., Nosek, M. A., Foley, C. C., Holmes, S. A. (1999) Practical considerations in the performance of physical examinations on women with physical limitations and disabilities. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey, 54 (7) July, 457-62.

Nosek, M. A., Rintala, D. H., Young, M. E., Howland, C. A., Foley, C. C., Rossi, C. D., Chanpong, G. (1996). Sexual functioning among women with physical disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 77, (2), 107-115.

Howland, C. A., Nosek, M. A., (1993). Studying sexuality among women with physical disabilities. Women's Health Forum. (Newsletter) November p. 3.