Faculty

Christine Khosropour

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology


Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 2015
MPH Epidemiology, Emory University, 2010
BS Microbiology & Immunology, University of Wisconsin (Madison), 2005

Contact


Office 1190
Box 357236
Ninth and Jefferson Building
908 Jefferson Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Mailing Address:
Harborview Medical Center
325 Ninth Ave, Box 359777
Seattle, WA 98104

Research Interests

Dr. Khosropour’s work involves both research and applied epidemiology in the field of HIV and STI prevention. Her research focuses on behavioral risks for HIV and STI infection, the epidemiology of rectal chlamydia among men and women, and the implementation of PrEP and HIV care engagement programs in the Southern US. Since 2015, Dr. Khosropour has worked with over 20 state and local health departments – most located in the Southeastern US – to provide expertise and guidance on the implementation and evaluation of HIV/STI public health programs. She is also core faculty in the Implementation Science Core of the UW/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research (CFAR).

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Decreases in reported Sexually Transmitted Infections during the time of COVID-19 in King County, WA: Decreased transmission or screening?
(2021 May 6)
Sex Transm Dis
Berzkalns A, Thibault CS, Barbee LA, Golden MR, Khosropour C, Kerani RP

Changing Patterns of Sexual Behavior and HIV/STI among Men who Have Sex with Men in Seattle, 2002 to 2018.
(2021 Mar 23)
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr
Khosropour CM, Dombrowski JC, Barbee LA, Kerani RP, Berzkalns A, Golden MR

Inadequate engagement in HIV care among people with HIV newly diagnosed with an STD: a multi-jurisdictional analysis.
(2021 Feb 23)
Sex Transm Dis
Norkin SK, Benson S, Civitarese AM, Reich A, Albright MC, Convery C, Kasarskis IM, Cassidy-Stewart H, Howe K, Wang X, Golden MR, Khosropour CM, Glick SN, Kerani RP

Population-Level Effectiveness of HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Among MSM and Transgender Persons With Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infections.
(2021 Jun 1)
J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 87(2): 769-775
Pagkas-Bather J, Khosropour CM, Golden MR, Thibault C, Dombrowski JC

The Duration of Pharyngeal Gonorrhea: A Natural History Study.
(2021 Jan 30)
Clin Infect Dis
Barbee LA, Soge OO, Khosropour CM, Haglund M, Yeung W, Hughes J, Golden MR

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