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Gen Meredith OTR MPH

Faculty member

Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences

Lecturer

One Health @ Cornell

MPH @ Cornell


Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Ithaca, NY 14853

Office: 607.253.3480
Fax: 607.253.3907
Email: gmeredith@cornell.edu

Research Interest

  • Public health assessment
  • Epidemiologic disease surveillance
  • Data driven decision making
  • Community mobilization
  • Public health intervention planning
  • Public health intervention and outcome evaluation
  • Public health workforce capacity building: U.S., Africa, Asia, Caribbean

Education

  • Master of Public Health (2004) University of Massachusetts School of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy (2001) McGill University School of Medicine
  • Board Certified Occupational Therapist (2007) National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy

Biography/Professional Experience

  • Cornell University 2015+
    - Associate Director, International Programs and the Master of Public Health Program
  • National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors Global Program 2006-2015
    - Director (2015)
    - Associate Director (2011)
    - Senior Program Manager (2008)
    - Consultant (2006)
  • State of Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention HIV, STD and VH Program 2006-2008
    - Director (2008)
    - Program Manager (2006)
  • Riverside Community Care Mental Health Rehabilitation Services 2004-2005
    - Assistant Program Director

Publications

  • Case-based Surveillance of HIV: A Toolkit to Support Planning, Implementation, and Quality Improvement in Low-resource Settings (NASTAD, 2015)
  • Biological and Behavioral Surveillance of Key Populations: A Toolkit to Support Planning and Implementation in Low-resource Settings (NASTAD, 2014)
  • Noel E, Delcher C, Griswold M, Meredith G, et.al., 2013. “Attrition From HIV Testing to Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Among Patients Newly Diagnosed With HIV in Haiti.” Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; 62:3.
  • Delcher C, Meredith G, Griswold M, Roussel B, Duval N, Louissaint E, Joseph P., 2012. “Lost to Follow-Up But Perhaps Not Lost in the Health System”. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; 61:e75-e77.
  • Burn, L; Amanzi, P; Chilemu, K; Daka, D; Chisumpa, V; Banda, A; Nikisi, J; Meredith, G. et.al., 2011. Global problems: Developing sustainable epidemiology capacity among public health field workers in Zambia, results of a pilot training. J Epidemiol Community Health;65:A326-A327
  • Haiti Manuel de Protocol de Surveillance des cas de VIH/SIDA (NASTAD, 2011)

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