Christine Khosropour

Assistant Professor, Epidemiology



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



Box 351619
Department of Epidemiology
Hans Rosling Center for Population Health, 865A
Seattle, WA 98195

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)

High prevalence of rectal chlamydia and gonorrhea among men who have sex with men who do not engage in receptive anal sex.
(2023 Mar 22)
Sex Transm Dis
Khosropour CM, Coomes DM, LeClair A, Saechao F, Vorn S, Soge OO, Barbee LA

Heterogeneity in HIV/STI Prevalence and Prevention Among the Partners of Transgender and Nonbinary People.
(2023 Mar 7)
Sex Transm Dis
Tordoff DM, Minalga B, Perry NL, Gross B, Khosropour CM, Glick SN, Barbee LA, Duerr A, Seattle Trans and Nonbinary Sexual Health (STARS) Advisory Board

The Impact of a Walk-in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Care Model for People Who Are Incompletely Engaged in Care: The Moderate Needs (MOD) Clinic.
(2023 Jan)
Open Forum Infect Dis 10(1): ofac670
Kumbhakar RG, Budak JZ, Tao Y, Beste J, Lake E, Navabi N, Mose E, Barker G, Lee J, Hara K, Khosropour C, Dhanireddy S, Dombrowski JC

Inadequate performance of a risk score to predict asymptomatic Neisseria gonorrhoeae and Chlamydia trachomatis infection among cisgender men who have sex with men.
(2023 Jan 6)
Sex Transm Infect
Rowlinson E, Hughes JP, Khosropour CM, Manhart LE, Golden MR, Barbee LA

Diverging Neisseria gonorrhoeae Morbidity in Non-Hispanic Black and White Females: Application of Group-Based Trajectory Modeling to Trends in County-Level Morbidity 2003-2018.
(2023 Feb)
J Urban Health 100(1): 215-226
Rowlinson E, Hughes JP, Stenger MR, Khosropour CM, Golden MR

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