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Assistant Professor of Medicine PGY-6 TRAINEE, PHYSICIAN SCIENTIST TRAINING PROGRAM

Areas of Interest

HIV prevention, health services research, implementation science, cost-effectiveness modeling

About

As an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina,Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Rutstein’s research focuses on translation of efficacious interventions into clinical implementation in resource-limited settings via behavioral and biomedical clinical trials and cost-effectiveness modeling. Dr. Rutstein has worked to develop HIV and sexually transmitted infection prevention and treatment practices and policies that efficiently prioritize scarce resources, applying models of differentiated service delivery to examine new implementation strategies for HIV prevention and treatment programming. Her modeling work includes a diverse collection of decision-analytic and predictive models, the outcomes for which have helped guide WHO policies for HIV testing and case finding.

Education and Training

  • Undergraduate Duke University
  • PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Medical School University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Residency University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • FellowshipUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill