Public Health & Implementation Science – Key Faculty

 

Associate Professor of Medicine

Phone314-747-5198

Fax314-454-5392

Emailpbudge@wustl.edu

Dr. Budge specializes in translational, public health-related research, with a special focus on filarial infections—insect-borne threadlike parasitic worms that cause lymphatic filariasis (elephantiasis), onchocerciasis (river blindness), and loiasis (African eye worm).

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Emailburnham@wustl.edu

Dr. Burnham specializes in clinical research and implementation science, with a special focus on telemedicine, multidrug resistant organisms, and climate change.

Instructor in Medicine

Phone314-454-8254

Emailjcherabie@wustl.edu

Dr. Cherabie specializes in sexual health care with a focus on LGBTQIA+ health, sexually transmitted infections (STI), and HIV, all within the lens of medical education.

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Phone314-454-8354

Fax314-454-5392

Emailmdurkin@wustl.edu

Dr. Durkin uses administrative data to identify opportunities to improve antibiotic prescribing in outpatient settings, with a focus on outpatient and community settings; harnesses survey and qualitative research methods to identify potential solutions based on input from frontline providers; and designs, pilot tests, and disseminates antibiotic stewardship interventions using dissemination & implementation science and informatics technology.

Professor of Medicine

Phone314-454-7876

Fax314-454-5293

Emailpufische@wustl.edu

Dr. Fischer specializes in basic and translational sciences to support the control and elimination of neglected tropical diseases, with a special focus on helminths.

Professor of Medicine

Emailelvin.geng@wustl.edu

Research Interest: Dr. Geng’s interests include Implementation research, HIV, and engagement in treatment and care; clinical interests are in HIV and general infectious diseases.
Langauges: English, Chinese (Mandarin)

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Phone 3144548215

Emailaaloke.mody@wustl.edu

His overarching research interests are in utilizing implementation science and epidemiologic methods to better understand how to deliver high-quality and patient-centered HIV care in routine practice resource-limited settings

Instructor in Medicine and Third Year Fellow

Emailnolann@wustl.edu

Dr. Nolan specializes in clinical medicine and education, with a special focus on marginalized populations, including patients who use drugs and patients who are unhoused.

J. William Campbell Professor of Medicine & Co-director, Infectious Diseases Division

Phone314-454-8287

Fax314-454-8294

Emailwpowderly@wustl.edu

Dr. Powderly has been actively involved in HIV-related clinical research for over thirty years with specific interests in opportunistic infections, metabolic complications and long-term outcomes of antiretroviral therapy.

Associate Professor of Medicine

Phone314-454-8293

Fax314-454-5392

Emailhreno@wustl.edu

Dr. Reno specializes in sexual health care, with a special focus on the clinical care of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and the intersection with HIV prevention.

Instructor in Medicine

Emaild.vo@wustl.edu

I was born and raised in Fort Smith, AR. I attended medical school at UAMS in Little Rock, AR. My residency training took place at UAB in Birmingham, AL. I enjoy being outdoors particularly on a bright, warm, and sunny day.

My hobbies include running/ hiking/ exploring new trails and (more recently) fishing. I also enjoy experiencing new foods and restaraunts. I do have a sweet tooth and have known to frequently bring candy to share.