Roxanne P. Kerani

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



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



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)

Lessons learned from community engagement regarding phylodynamic research with molecular HIV surveillance data.
(2023 Jul)
J Int AIDS Soc 26 Suppl 1(Suppl 1): e26111
Tordoff DM, Minalga B, Trejo A, Shook A, Kerani RP, Herbeck JT

Previous Sexually Transmitted Infections and Partner Services Interviews as Predictors of Subsequent Interview Completion Among Cisgender MSM: Partner Services Fatigue?
(2023 Aug 1)
Sex Transm Dis 50(8): 506-511
Barry MP, Thibault CS, Berzkalns A, Spellman DR, Rowlinson E, Barbee LA, Golden MR, Kerani RP

The Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Care Continuum Among English-Speaking Latino Sexual Minority Men in the United States (2014-2020).
(2023 Jul 1)
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 93(3): 199-207
Lee JJ, Barry MP, Kerani RP, Sanchez TH, Katz DA

Field Services-Facilitated Treatment and Prevention: Challenges and Opportunities.
(2023 Aug 1)
Sex Transm Dis 50(8S Suppl 1): S48-S52
Bachmann LH, Kerani RP

Presumptive and Follow-Up Treatment Associated With Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Testing Episodes in Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics: Impact of Changing Treatment Guidelines for Gonorrhea, Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance Network, 2015-2018.
(2023 Jan 1)
Sex Transm Dis 50(1): 5-10
Llata E, Braxton J, Asbel L, Huspeni D, Tourdot L, Kerani RP, Cohen S, Kohn R, Schumacher C, Toevs K, Torrone E, Kreisel K

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