Faculty

Roxanne Kerani

Adjunct Research Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
Research Assistant Professor, Medicine - Allergy and Infectious Dis.

206-731-8769
rkerani@uw.edu

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Minnesota, 2000
MPH Epidemiology, University of Minnesota, 1996

Contact

206-731-8769
rkerani@uw.edu

Harborview Medical Center
Box 359777
Public Health - Seattle and King County, STD Program
325 9th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
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Research Interests

Dr. Kerani’s current research is focused on identifying missed opportunities for screening for and treatment of HIV and tuberculosis in the African immigrant and refugee population in the US, and evaluating the extent to which local transmission of HIV is occurring within this population. Dr. Kerani is affiliated with the HIV/STD Program of Public Health – Seattle and King County, and her research interests also include public health practice regarding HIV and sexually transmitted diseases.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

"They Wait until the Disease Has Taking over You and the Doctors Cannot Do Anything about It": Qualitative Insights from Harambee! 2.0.
(2021 Dec 2)
Int J Environ Res Public Health 18(23):
Hassan SA, Mohamed F, Sheikh N, Basualdo G, Daniel NA, Schwartz R, Gebreselassie BT, Beyene YK, Gabreselassie L, Bayru K, Tadesse B, Libneh HA, Shidane M, Benalfew S, Ali A, Rao D, Patel RC, Kerani RP

Detection and Response to an HIV Cluster: People Living Homeless and Using Drugs in Seattle, Washington.
(2021 Nov)
Am J Prev Med 61(5 Suppl 1): S160-S169
Buskin SE, Erly SJ, Glick SN, Lechtenberg RJ, Kerani RP, Herbeck JT, Dombrowski JC, Bennett AB, Slaughter FA, Barry MP, Neme S, Quinnan-Hostein L, Bryan A, Golden MR

A Pilot TB Screening Model in a U.S. Prison Population Using Tuberculin Skin Test and Interferon Gamma Release Assay Based on Country of Origin.
(2021 Dec)
J Correct Health Care 27(4): 259-264
Kerani RP, Shapiro AE, Strick LB

Partner Elicitation After Partner Services Interviews and Reinterviews Among Patients With Antimicrobial-Resistant Gonorrhea.
(2021 Dec 1)
Sex Transm Dis 48(12S Suppl 2): S137-S143
Thibault CS, Golden MR, Barbee LA, Spellman D, Soge OO, Kerani RP

Outcomes of Traditional and Enhanced Gonorrhea Partner Services in the Strengthening the US Response to Resistant Gonorrhea Project, 2017 to 2019.
(2021 Dec 1)
Sex Transm Dis 48(12S Suppl 2): S124-S130
Learner ER, Schlanger K, Mauk K, Pham CD, Mukai R, Mulleavey L, Kerani RP, Albano T, Sessoms B, Holderman JL, Toro B, Sankaran M, Kirkcaldy RD, SURRG Working Group.

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