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SUNY Downstate Medical Center

Division of Infectious Diseases

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Tracey E. Wilson, PhD

Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health

Tel: (718) 270-2105 • Fax: (718) 270-2533

e-mail: Tracey.Wilson@downstate.edu

Mailing Address:
450 Clarkson Ave, Box 43
Brooklyn NY 11203

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Research Interests:

My main area of interest is in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs designed to reduce risk for HIV/STI transmission, and to promote adequate referral, retention, and adherence to regimens among persons with HIV/STI. My second broad area of scholarship relates to the application of community engaged research approaches to the reduction of gender and ethnic/racial health disparities.

Current projects:
  1. 1P20MD005092 (Brown, Browne, Wilson) 9/20/09-7/31/12
    National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities, NIH
    Brooklyn Health Disparities Center
    The major goal of this project is to promote minority health and reduce health disparities by strengthening community-academic partnerships that produce enduring health policy changes and institutionalizes community outreach and participation.
    Role: Principal Investigator
  2. UR6 PS000691-01 (Wilson) 9/01/07-2/28/12
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Reducing HIV Heterosexual Risk among African-American Men
    This program is designed to conduct formative research on behavioral intervention programs to reduce HIV risk among African-American men.
    Role: Principal Investigator
  3. 200-2007-23687 (Wilson) 9/28/07-9/27/12
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Advancing HIV Prevention Initiative
    This program involves the planning, implementation, and evaluation of a program designed to increase retention of HIV+ patients in primary medical care.
    Role: Principal Investigator
  4. 1R01DA029512-01 (Edlin) 4/01/10-1/31/15
    National Institutes of Drug Abuse, NIH
    Integrated versus separate care for Hepatitis C, Substance abuse, and HIV prevention.
    This program seeks to examine a model of combined HCV treatment and risk reduction.
    Role: Co-Investigator
  5. 5U01AI031834-15 (Minkoff) 12/1/07-11/30/12
    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH
    The Women's Interagency HIV Study, IV
    This study examines the natural history of HIV in women in the United States
    Role: Co-Investigator
Why I enjoy working at SUNY Downstate:

I have a great network of colleagues from a variety of disciplines here at Downstate and in the surrounding community--these collaborations result in many new and exciting ideas and opportunities for practice and research. I also gain a lot from working with the students in the school of public health and other schools and programs at Downstate; they help to keep me energized and passionate about public health!

  • Wilson TE, Hogben M, Malka ES, Liddon N, McCormack WM, Rubin SR, Augenbraun MA. Reducing Sexually Transmitted Infection Rates by Improving Patient-Based Partner Notification for Treatment: A Randomized Controlled Trial. American Journal of Public Health 2009; 99 (Suppl 1) : S104-10.
  • Thrun M, Cook P, Bradley-Springer L, Gardner L, Marks G, Wright J, Wilson TE, Quinlivan E, O'Daniels C, Raffanti S, Thompson M, Golin C. Improved Prevention Counseling by HIV Care Providers in a Multi-site, Clinic-based Intervention: Positive STEPs. AIDS Education and Prevention 2009; 21(1): 55-66.
  • Cook R, Zhu F, Belnap B, Hum B, Weber K, Cook J, Vlahov D, Wilson TE, Hessol N, Plankey M, Howard A, Cole S, Sharp G, Richardson J, Cohen M. Longitudinal Trends in Hazardous Alcohol Consumption in Women with HIV Infection: 1995-2006. American Journal of Epidemiology 2009; 169(8): 1025-32.
  • Liu C, Yang Y, Gange S, Weber K, Sharp G, Wilson TE, Levine A, Robison E, Goparaju L, Ganhdi M, Merenstein D. Disclosure of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use to Health Care Providers among HIV-Infected Women. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 2009; 23(11): 965-971.
  • Massad LS, Evans CT, Wilson TE, Goderre JL, Hessol NA, Henry D, Colie C, Strickler HD, Levine AM, Watts DH, Weber KM. Knowledge of cervical cancer prevention and human papillomavirus among women with HIV. Gynecologic Oncology 2010 Apr;117(1):70-6.
  • Lillie-Blanton M, Stone VE, Snow Jones A, Levi J, Golub E, Cohen MH, Hessol N, Wilson TE. Association of Race, Substance Abuse and Health Insurance Coverage with Use of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Among HIV-infected Women. American Journal of Public Health. 2010 Aug;100(8):1493-9.
  • Wilson TE, Jean-Louis G, Schwartz R, Golub ET, Cohen MH, Maki P, Greenblatt R, Massad LS, Robison E, Goparaju L, Lindau S. HIV Infection and Women's Sexual Functioning. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2010 Aug 1;54(4):360-7.
  • Massad LS, Evans CT, Weber KM, Goderre JL, Hessol NA, Henry D, Colie C, Strickler HD, Watts DH, Wilson TE. Changes in knowledge of cervical cancer prevention and human papillomavirus among women with HIV, 2006-2008. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2010;116(4):941-7.
  • Schwartz R, Bruno D, Augenbraun M, Joseph M, Liddon N, McCormack W, Rubin S, Wilson TE. The roles of participant sex and perceived financial need as factors influencing outcomes in an HIV/STI risk reduction trial. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 2011 38(3):230-4.
  • Hoffman S, Higgins JA, Beckford-Jarrett ST, Augenbraun MA, Bylander KE, Mantell JE, Wilson TE. Networks of protection and contexts of risk: NYC West Indian immigrants' perceptions of migration and vulnerability to sexually transmitted diseases. Culture, Health and Sexuality. 2011 13(5): 513-528.