ACTSI Investigator Dr. Anne Spaulding in the News

Anne Spaulding, MD, MPH, ACTSI investigator and assistant professor of epidemiology at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health

Emory News Center | Hepatitis C screening of prison inmates would benefit wider community and be cost-effective
December 2, 2015

Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Report: Providing pricey hepatitis C cure to prison inmates will pay off
November 24, 2015

WGCL-TV | Three metro women battle flesh-eating bacteria in recent years
June 15, 2015

Spaulding was a 2015 community outreach finalist as named by the Atlanta Business Chronicle Read More

Emory News Center | Rapid, nurse-led, HIV testing programs in jails can successfully identify new HIV cases
May 5, 2015

Yahoo! News | Giving pricey hepatitis drug to prisoners may be financially wise
October 21, 2014

New York Times | Why the hepatitis cure Sovaldi is a budgetary disaster for prisons
August 7, 2014

Associated Press| Many challenges face ex-inmates living with HIV
June 28, 2014

WGCL-TV | Trial starts for man accused of spreading HIV
January 13, 2014

Roll Call | Costly pills put financial burden on health systems
January 13, 2014

Atlanta Business Chronicle | Emory Research on HIV/AIDS
November 28, 2012

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