Mirjam Colette Kempf

University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

Mirjam Colette Kempf serves as an infectious disease epidemiologist with research experience in host-parasite interactions of Toxoplasma gondi, microbial pathogenesis of mycoplasm, molecular epidemiology of tuberculosis, prevention of human papilloma virus infection, and HIV transmission in discordant couples. Her current research interests include the clinical epidemiology of HIV/AIDS in the Southeast, especially as it relates to barriers to clinical care among HIV-infected women. She holds faculty appointments in the Department of Family/Child Health and Caregiving in the School of Nursing and the Department of Health Behavior in the School of Public Health, the Minority Health Research Center, the Center for AIDS Research, the Comprehensive Cancer Center, and the Center for Clinical and Translational Science at UAB. Furthermore, she serves as an Advisor of the Sexual Health Awareness through Peer Education (SHAPE) Program at the Center for AIDS Research.

Biography Updated on 20 March 2012

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