Steven Goodreau

Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology
Professor, Anthropology



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



Box 353100
Department of Anthropology
Raitt 218L

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)

Testing strategies to detect acute and prevalent HIV infection in adult outpatients seeking healthcare for symptoms compatible with acute HIV infection in Kenya: a cost-effectiveness analysis.
(2022 Sep 29)
BMJ Open 12(9): e058636
Babigumira JB, Agutu CA, Hamilton DT, van der Elst E, Hassan A, Gichuru E, Mugo PM, Farquhar C, Ndung'u T, Sirengo M, Chege W, Goodreau SM, Sanders EJ, M Graham S

Why does age at HIV infection correlate with set point viral load? An evolutionary hypothesis.
(2022 Sep 21)
Epidemics 41(): 100629
Goodreau SM, Stansfield SE, Mittler JE, Murphy JT, Abernethy NF, Gottlieb GS, Reid MC, Burke JC, Pollock ED, Herbeck JT

Comparing Sexual Network Mean Active Degree Measurement Metrics Among Men Who Have Sex With Men.
(2022 Dec 1)
Sex Transm Dis 49(12): 808-814
Chandra C, Morris M, Van Meter C, Goodreau SM, Sanchez T, Janulis P, Birkett M, Jenness SM

Correlations between community-level HIV preexposure prophylaxis coverage and individual-level sexual behaviors among United States MSM.
(2022 Nov 15)
AIDS 36(14): 2015-2023
Mann LM, Le Guillou A, Goodreau SM, Marcus JL, Sanchez T, Weiss KM, Jenness SM

Modeling the Impact of HIV-1 Nucleic Acid Testing Among Symptomatic Adult Outpatients in Kenya.
(2022 Aug 15)
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 90(5): 553-561
Hamilton DT, Agutu C, Babigumira JB, van der Elst E, Hassan A, Gichuru E, Mugo P, Farquhar C, Ndung'u T, Sirengo M, Chege W, Goodreau SM, Elder A, Sanders EJ, Graham SM

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