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Denis Nash

Denis Nash
Denis Nash
Associate Professor
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Columbia University
Tel: 718-530-0684
Fax: 360-851-717


As director of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research in the International Center for AIDS Care and treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia University\\s Mailman School of Public Health, Denis Nash oversees and coordinates research activities for four large Columbia University initiatives related to rapid scale up of antiretroviral therapy programs in 10 sub-Saharan African countries, Thailand, and the Dominican Republic. Dr. Nash\\s interests include domestic and international HIV/AIDS epidemiology and surveillance, cancer epidemiology, and health disparities in urban populations. His recent work has focused on the epidemiology of HIV and AIDS, and the implementation of a new citywide laboratory-based surveillance system to track HIV/AIDS in NYC. Dr. Nash has also published recently on West Nile virus and its clinical sequelae among survivors, and the relationship between menopause, blood lead, and hypertension in the NHANES III cohort. Prior to joining the team at Columbia, Dr. Nash was an investigator in the Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies at the New York Academy of Medicine and the director of the HIV/AIDS Case Surveillance Unit at the New York City Department of Health. He also has done extensive work in Nigeria and Botswana on the design and conduct of national surveys to estimate HIV prevalence. Dr. Nash\\s post-doctoral training included two years in the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stationed at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, during which he received the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary\\s Award for Distinguished Service for his role in the 1999 West Nile Virus outbreak response. Dr. Nash is also an adjunct assistant professor and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Course Director at the Mount Sinai Medical School in the Department of Community Medicine.

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