- Professor, Global Health
- Chair, Global Health
- Professor, Medicine
- Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
UW Dept. of Global Health
1705 NE Pacific St.
Seattle, WA 98195
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Judith N. Wasserheit, MD, MPH has worked extensively at the interface of STI and HIV clinical-epidemiological research, programs and policy in the U.S. and globally. Currently Professor and Chair of the Department of Global Health at the University of Washington, she was Chief of the U.S. NIH’s STD Research Branch; Director of the U.S. CDC’s STD Prevention Program, and Director of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network. She has worked in Bangladesh, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Kenya, Thailand and Zambia. Her development of the concept of epidemiological synergy between HIV infection and other STDs has had a major influence on HIV prevention policy and programs worldwide.
Dr. Wasserheit has broad experience working with agencies, governments, and colleagues on STD and HIV research, policy and programmatic issues. She is a member of the National Academy of Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars, and the American Epidemiological Society.
- MD (Harvard University)
- MPH (Johns Hopkins University)
- BA (Princeton University)
- Education and Training
- HIV Transmission
- Implementation Science
- Infectious Diseases
- STDs (other than HIV)
- African-U.S. Leadership Training Fellowship
- Afya Bora Consortium Fellowship in Global Health Leadership
- Assisted Partner Notification to Augment HIV Treatment and Prevention in Kenya
- Implementation Science for Strengthening Use of Evidence in Family Planning/Reproductive Health Programming (ISSUE FP/RH)
- One House-One Health Approach to Childhood Growth and Development: Identifying and Resetting High Risk Household Gut Microbiomes
- Planning for the Development of a Research Consortium and Platform for Conducting Clinical Trials in the Treatment and Prevention of Enteric Dysfunction and Childhood Stunting
- Strengthening Global Health Capacity at Chinese Universities
- Systematic Review of the Impact of HCV Infection on HIV Acquisition
- UW Center for AIDS Research: Implementation Science Working Group
Fleming DT, Wasserheit JN: From epidemiological synergy to public health policy and practice: The contribution of other sexually transmitted diseases to sexual transmission of HIV infection. Sex Transm Inf 1999 Feb;75 (1):3-17. [original work]
Padian NS, McCoy SL, Balkus JE, Wasserheit, JN. Weighing the Gold in the Gold Standard: Challenges in HIV Prevention Research. AIDS 2010 Mar 13;24(5):621-35. [original work]
Petersdorf N, Ross JM, Weiss HA, Barnabas RV, Wasserheit JN. Systematic review and meta-analysis of HCV infection and HIV viral load: New Insights into epidemiologic synergy. Journal of the International AIDS Society 2016;19:20944. [Review]
Mosites E, Sammons M, Otiang, E, Eng A, Noecker C, Manor O, Hilton S, Mwangi T. Onyango C, Garland-Lewis G, Call DR, Njenga MK, Wasserheit JN, Zambriski J, Walson J, Palmer G, Montgomery J, Borenstein E, Omore R, Rabinowitz R. Microbiome Sharing Between Children, Livestock and Household Surfaces in Western Kenya. PLOS ONE, January 2017; 12(2):e0171017. [original work]
Kemp CG*, Weiner B*(*listed as co-first authors), Sherr K, Kupfer L, Cherutich P, Wilson D, Geng E, Wasserheit JN. PEPFAR-NCD Supplement in AIDS on Leveraging the HIV Platform to Advance Chronic Care in Sub-Saharan Africa. Paper #7: Implementation Science for Evidence-based Integration of Chronic Care and HIV Services in Sub-Saharan Africa. AIDS in press.