Emily Kendall, MD

Postdoctoral Fellows

Titles:

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Email:

ekendal2@jhmi.edu

Dr. Emily Kendall is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Infectious Diseases division at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on infectious diseases dynamics and antibiotic resistance.

Her current work focuses on understanding tuberculosis transmission, treatment outcomes, and regimen development. She uses mathematical models and computational approaches to guide optimal use of drug regimens and other tools for more effectively combating tuberculosis on the level of individual patients and large-scale epidemics. 

Dr. Kendall received her B.A. from Harvard University and her M.D. from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. She completed her residency at Massachusetts General Hospital and a fellowship in infectious diseases at Johns Hopkins.

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Projects

A Comprehensive Snapshot of Tuberculosis...

This study aims to find all cases of TB within an urban Ugandan community of 50,000 people and to characterize both the...

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Comparative Effectiveness/Implementation of...

This cluster-randomized trial in 56 rural primary care clinics compares the effectiveness and implementation of three strategies...

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Modeling the impact of novel TB drug regimens...

We are constructing mathematical models of TB epidemics in Southeast Asia, India, and Vietnam to explore the potential...

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Assessing the social value of novel regimens...

We are collaborating with investigators from the Berman Bioethics Institute to develop novel techniques for economic evaluation...

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ACTG trial A5343

Phase 2 safety study of bedaquiline and delamanid for the treatment of MDR-TB in South Africa

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