Faculty

Steven M. Goodreau

Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
Professor, Anthropology


Education

PhD Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University, 2001
MA Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University, 1998
AB Anthropology, Harvard University, 1994

Contact


Box 353100
Department of Anthropology
Raitt 218L
WA

Research Interests

Dr. Goodreau's research interests like in the use of network modeling and network data to explore the epidemiology of HIV and other STIs. He is a co-developer of the statnet and EpiModel suites for network epidemic modeling. He has published on behavioral and clinical drivers of HIV disparities, as well as on assessments of interventions, primarily among communities of men who have sex with men, both domestically and internationally. His current work also explores behavioral and clinical impacts on HIV viral evolution.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Potential contribution of PrEP uptake by adolescents 15-17 years old to achieving the "Ending the HIV Epidemic" incidence reduction goals in the US South.
(2023)
PLoS One 18(11): e0288588
Hamilton DT, Wang LY, Hoover KW, Smith DK, Delaney KP, Li J, Hoyte T, Jenness SM, Goodreau SM

Changes in Oral and Anal Sex With Opposite-Sex Partners Among Sexually Active Females and Males Aged 15 to 44 Years in the United States: National Survey of Family Growth, 2011-2019.
(2023 Nov 1)
Sex Transm Dis 50(11): 713-719
Katz DA, Copen CE, Haderxhanaj LT, Hogben M, Goodreau SM, Spicknall IH, Hamilton DT

Evolution of HIV virulence in response to disease-modifying vaccines: A modeling study.
(2023 Oct 13)
Vaccine 41(43): 6461-6469
Reid MC, Mittler JE, Murphy JT, Stansfield SE, Goodreau SM, Abernethy N, Herbeck JT

Modeling the impact of different PrEP targeting strategies combined with a clinic-based HIV-1 nucleic acid testing intervention in Kenya.
(2023 Sep)
Epidemics 44(): 100696
Hamilton DT, Agutu C, Sirengo M, Chege W, Goodreau SM, Elder A, Sanders EJ, Graham SM

Partnership types and coital frequency as predictors of gonorrhea and chlamydia among young MSM and young transgender women.
(2023 Sep)
Int J STD AIDS 34(10): 694-701
Janulis P, Goodreau SM, Morris M, Birkett M, Phillips G 2nd, Risher K, Mustanski B, Jenness SM

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