Susan Dorman, MD

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Associate Professor, Medicine

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Dr. Dorman and her research team at JHU focus on the development and assessment of new tuberculosis diagnostic tests and strategies and new tuberculosis treatment strategies.  Her team’s multidisciplinary work in tuberculosis diagnostics includes test development, accuracy assessments, implementation research, economic evaluations, and mathematical modeling.  Dr. Dorman serves as co-Principal investigator with Dr. Jerrold Ellner on a U.S. National Institutes of Health-funded contract, the ‘Tuberculosis Clinical Diagnostics Research Consortium’, whose mission is to conduct early stage assessments of novel diagnostic tests for tuberculosis at study sites in China, South Korea, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, and Brazil.  She also serves as Principal Investigator on phase I, II, and III clinical trials of rifapentine, including multicenter international trials of the CDC Tuberculosis Trials Consortium. 

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Projects

MDR TB treatment as prevention: modeling the...

We are using transmission modeling to evaluate the potential impact of expanding DST and access to MDR TB treatment in Vietnam,...

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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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Decentralized testing for tuberculosis with...

This is a highly pragmatic cluster randomized trial to compare the impact, implementation, and cost-effectiveness of on-site...

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Scale-up and implementation of TB diagnostics...

We are evaluating the implementation, cost-effectiveness, and potential epidemiological impact of scaling up Xpert across 19...

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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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