PhD, Epidemiology, Tulane University
MPH, Tulane University
BS, Nursing, Marquette University
Dr. Patricia Kissinger is an infectious disease epidemiologist. She has worked both nationally and internationally for more than three decades in the field of HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, and women’s reproductive health in Africa, Haiti, and the US. She has been the PI on dozens of National Institute of Health (NIH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other federally funded research grants and has published over 160 manuscripts and numerous book chapters. Dr. Kissinger focuses on the dynamics of STI/HIV transmission, particularly among vulnerable populations, examining issues of HIV/STI partner notification, expedited partner treatment, sexual networks, substance abuse, pregnancy prevention, and repeat STIs. Dr. Kissinger is also on the editorial board of the Journal Sex Trans Dis, is a frequent reviewer for NIH, and an expert consultant for CDC.
View Dr. Kissinger's publications at her NCBI profile page.