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Allison
M
McFall
,
PhD

Assistant Scientist
Allison McFall

Departmental Affiliations

Primary
Division
Infectious Disease Epidemiology

Contact Info

615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E6648
Baltimore
Maryland
21205
US        

Research Interests

HIV; key populations; people who inject drugs; India; respondent-driven sampling
Experiences & Accomplishments
Education
PhD
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2019
MHS
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2012
BA
Florida State University
2005
Select Publications
Selected publications from the last 4 years.
  • Solomon SS, Solomon S, McFall AM, Srikrishnan AK, Anand S, Verma V, Vasudevan CK, Balakrishnan P, Ogburn EL, Moulton LH, Kumar MS, Sachdeva KS, Laeyendecker O, Celentano DC, Lucas GM, Mehta SH for the Indian National Collaboration on AIDS (NCA) Study. Integrated HIV testing, prevention, and treatment intervention for key populations in India: results from a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet HIV. April 2019.
  • Tomori C*, McFall, AM*, Solomon SS, Srikrishnan AK, Anand S, Balakrishnan P, Mehta SH, Celentano DD. Is there synergy in syndemics? Psychosocial conditions and sexual risk among men who have sex with men in India. Social Science and Medicine. 26 (2018) 110-116. *Joint first-authors
  • McFall AM, Solomon SS, Lucas GM, Celentano DD, Srikrishnan AK, Kumar MS, Mehta SH. Epidemiology of HIV and hepatitis C infection among women who inject drugs in Northeast India: A respondent-driven sampling study. Addiction. March 2017.
  • McFall AM, Mehta SH, Srikrishnan AK, Lucas GM, Vasudevan CK, Celentano DD, Kumar MS, Solomon S, Solomon SS. Getting to 90: Linkage to HIV Care Among Men Who Have Sex With Men and People who Inject Drugs in India. AIDS Care. 2016 Oct; 28(10):1230-9.
  • Solomon SS, McFall AM, Lucas GM, Srikrishnan AK, Kumar MS, Anand S, Quinn TC, Celentano DD, Mehta SH. Respondent-driven sampling for identification of HIV- and HCV-infected people who inject drugs and men who have sex with men in India: A cross-sectional, community-based analysis. PLOS Medicine. 2017;14(11):e1002460.