Stephanie Brodine

Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Professor, EPI Division Head

Dr. Stephanie Brodine is Professor and Head of the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases with active research interests and expertise in Infectious Diseases Epidemiology, particularly in HIV and AIDS, International Health, and Health Disparities. She is the Clinical Director of the DoD HIV/AIDS Prevention Program, which has HIV prevention and care activities in approximately 70 countries. In the area of Health Disparities, she is Program Director of the California NARCH (Native American Research Center for Health), in partnership with the Indian Health Council. CA-NARCH is funded by the NIGMS and the Indian Health Service, with active research and student development projects. She is also active in U.S./Mexico border educational and research collaborations and is the U.S. coordinator of the VIIDAI program and a co-investigator in a recently funded USAID TIES program. Dr. Brodine has over 75 publications and has research and program management funding from NIH, USAID, and US DoD.

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M.D., Georgetown University (1977)

B.S., Biology, College of Wooster (1973)

Board Certification, Internal Medicine (1982)

Board Certification, Infectious Diseases (1986)

HIV/AIDS Epidemiology, Prevention, and Care; Infectious Diseases; Health risk reduction; Health Disparities; International Health

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