ACTSI Investigator Dr. Kimberly Workowski in the News

Kimberly Workowski, MD is professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Emory University School of Medicine. Her research interests include the pathogenesis, antimicrobial resistance, and clinical management of sexually transmitted infections. She also participates in translational research on the immunological aspects of hepatitis C and HIV infection, and HIV and hepatitis C antiviral clinical trials. Dr. Workowski is involved with the development of national guidelines for the management and prevention of HIV associated infections, hepatitis C treatment guidelines, and is the coordinator for the CDC sexually transmitted treatment guidelines. In her free time, she enjoys many outdoor activities including running, biking, and hiking with her husband Charles and daughters Anna and Alison. Read more… 
  
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August 8, 2011   Workowski received an achievement award from the American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association in March 2012. The ASTDA Achievement Award is presented annually for a single recent major achievement in the field of STD research and prevention, or to a member at mid-career to acknowledge an outstanding body of research in sexually transmitted diseases.

Workowski received an achievement award from the American Sexually Transmitted Disease Association in March 2012. The ASTDA Achievement Award is presented annually for a single recent major achievement in the field of STD research and prevention, or to a member at mid-career to acknowledge an outstanding body of research in sexually transmitted diseases. 

USA Today  | Business Week | Democrat and Chronicle | CDC moves to keep new resistant gonorrhea at bay
August 10, 2012

NBCNews.com | Settle down: no 'sex superbug' in the US, despite reports
May 6, 2013

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