(3 April 2012) Kim Creek led a study in which researchersfound that human papillomavirus infection (HPV) tends to lasts longer incollege-aged black women than whites, possibly setting them up for a higher riskof cervical cancer. This discovery was reported in hundreds of media outlets,including USA Today, U.S. News and World Report, Associated Press, NationalPublic Radio, CBS News and many others.
Creek, professor of pharmaceuticaland biomedical sciences (PBS) at the South Carolina College of Pharmacy (SCCP),is vice chair of the PBS department. He is based in Columbia on the Universityof South Carolina (USC) campus of the SCCP.
Here is a small illustrative samplingof some of the coverage: