Christine Gladman, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor, Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology
Medical Director, UNC Internal Medicine Clinic

Admin Assistant: Lisa White
Office Phone: 919-445-6796
Appointments: 984-974-4462

Specialty Areas: High-risk, complex care management; Population health

Chronology: BS: Washington University in St. Louis, 2005; MPH: St Louis University, 2007; MD: University of Kentucky 2014; Resident: University of North Carolina, 2014-2017; Assistant Professor: University of North Carolina, 2017-Present; Assistant Medical Director: UNC Internal Medicine Clinic, 2017-2018; Medical Director: UNC Internal Medicine Clinic, 2019-Present

Dr. Gladman’s clinical interests focus on primary care for high-risk and complex care management, including transitions of care between the inpatient, subacute, and outpatient settings, healthcare utilization, health care costs and quality. Her work includes novel strategies to provide comprehensive care management for these patients including within the new payer models, such as an accountable care organization.

Selected Bibliography:
Azziz Baumgartner E, Dao CN, Nasreen S, Uddin Bhuiyan M, Munir M, Al Mamun A, Yushuf Sharker MAY, Uz Zaman R, Cheng P, Klimov AI, Widdowson MA, Uyeki T, Luby SP, Mounts A, Bresee J. “Seasonality, timing, and climate drivers of influenza activity worldwide.” Journal of Infectious Diseases 2012, 206(6):838-46. 5.186

Dao CN, Peters PJ, Kiarie JN, Zulu I, Muiruri P, Ong’ech J, Mutsotso W, Potter D, Njobvu L, Stringer JS, Borkowf CB, Bolu O, Weidle PJ. “Hyponatremia, hypochloremia, and hypoalbuminemia predict an increased risk of mortality during the first year of antiretroviral therapy among HIV-infected Zambian and Kenyan women.” AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 2011, 27(11):1149-55. 1.98

Young B, Dao CN, Buchacz K, Baker R, Brooks JT; HIV Outpatient Study (HOPS) Investigators. “Increased rates of bone fracture among HIV-infected persons in the HIV Outpatient Study (HOPS) compared with the US general population, 2000-2006.” Clinical Infectious Diseases 2011, 52(8):1061-8.

Dao CN, Patel P, Overton ET, Rhame F, Pals SL, Johnson C, Bush T, Brooks JT; Study to Understand the Natural History of HIV and AIDS in the Era of Effective Therapy (SUN) Investigators. “Low vitamin D among HIV-infected adults: prevalence of and risk factors for low vitamin D levels in a cohort of HIV-infected adults and comparison to prevalence among adults in the US general population. Clinical Infectious Diseases 2011, 52(3): 396-405.

Dao CN, Kamimoto L, Nowell M, Reingold A, Gershman K, Meek J, Arnold KE, Farley M, Ryan P, Lynfield R, Morin C, Baumbach J, Hancock E, Zansky S, Bennett NM, Thomas A, Vandermeer M, Kirschke DL, Schaffner W, and Finelli L for the Emerging Infections Program Network. “Adult Hospitalizations for laboratory-positive influenza during the 2005-2006 through 2007-2008 seasons in the United States.” Journal of Infectious Diseases 2010; 202(6): 881-8.

Dao CN, Blanton L, Epperson S, Brammer L, Finelli L, Wallis T, Uyeki T, Bresee J, Klimov A, Cox C. “Update: influenza activity—United States, September 30, 2007-April 5, 2008, and composition of the 2008-09 influenza vaccine. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) 2008, 57(15): 404-9.

 

  • Phone Number

    919-445-6796 (Office Phone)

  • Address

    5034 Old Clinic Building

    CB 7110

    Chapel Hill, NC 27599