Ashley Hazel

LIFE Michigan

LIFE Fellow from 2006 to 2011, University of Michigan


Dissertation completed in August 2012

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among the Pastoralists of Kaokoland, Namibia: Epidemiology, Ecology and Behavior

(Advisors: Bobbi S. Low & Betsy Foxman)

Selected Publications

Hazel, A., Meeks, G., Bharti, N., Jakurama, J., Matundu, J., Holland Jones, J. (2021). Opportunities and constraints in women's resource security amid climate change: A case study of arid-living Namibian agro-pastoralists. American Journal of Human Biology, 33(4), Article e23633.

Hazel, A., & Holland Jones, J. (2018). Remoteness influences access to sexual partners and drives patterns of viral sexually transmitted infection prevalence among nomadic pastoralists. PLoS ONE 13(1), Article e0191168.

Low, B. S., Hazel, A., Parker, N., & Welch, K. B. (2008). Influences on women's reproductive lives: Unexpected ecological underpinnings. Cross-Cultural Research, 42, 201–219.

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