Emily Kendall, MD, PhD

Faculty

Titles:

Assistant Professor, Medicine

Email:

ekendal2@jhmi.edu

Phone:

410-502-8234

SciVal:

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Dr. Kendall’s work combines epidemiological approaches and mathematical modeling to explore questions at the intersection of TB disease dynamics and clinical management. Areas of interest include patterns and prevention of TB transmission, the natural history and epidemiological role of sub-clinical TB, the optimization of diagnostic strategies for case detection, and the evolutionary and clinical dynamics of TB drug resistance.

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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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Quantitative assessment of the tipping point...

Quantitative methods will be used to study Mtb dynamics to determine the tipping point for macrophage infection, which depends...

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Understanding the impact of combined TB and...

We are developing models to understand the overlap of TB and HIV in three epidemiologically distinct settings (Canada, India,...

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Enhancing models of HIV,viral hepatitis,...

The goal of this five-year project is to assist the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their approach...

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