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Elizabeth Fair, PhD, MPH

Title(s)Associate Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address550 16th. Street
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone628-206-3514
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    Stanford University School of MedicinePhD2005Epidemiology and Infectious Disease
    Columbia University School of Public HealthMPH1998Population and Family Health
    Harvard UniversityAB1996Anthropology and African Studies

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    Elizabeth Fair, PhD, MPH is an infectious disease epidemiologist with a primary appointment in the Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and affiliated faculty appointments with Global Health Sciences and the Curry International Tuberculosis Center. Dr. Fair’s research interests include tuberculosis (TB), TB/HIV, global health, and implementation/operational research. Her current work focuses on public health interventions for intensified TB case finding in high-burden settings.
    With funding from NIH/NIAID K01 Mentored Research Scientist Award, Dr. Fair has worked since 2009 with the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Program (NTLP) and National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) in Tanzania to design and implement TB contact investigation under program conditions, and to evaluate the feasibility, yield, and cost-effectiveness of TB contact investigation in Dar es Salaam. Findings from this project led to implementation of TB contact investigation in Iringa, a rural district of Tanzania (NIH U01 ICIDR award), as well as plans for scaling-up TB contact investigation within the NTLP in Dar es Salaam (USAID funding). Using her K01 research project as a platform, she received additional funding to pilot home-based HIV testing during TB contact investigation.
    She currently is working on projects exploring TB stigma in Bangladesh and is co-Investigator on an R01 grant investigating the use of mobile health for implementation of TB contact investigation in Kampala, Uganda. Dr. Fair serves as a regular consultant for the American Thoracic Society (ATS), World Health Organization (WHO), and the Dutch Tuberculosis Group (KNCV). She serves on WHO Steering Committees to develop new policies related to TB case finding and TB international standards of care (ISTC), and through the USAID funded CHALLENGE TB mechanism provides technical assistance for Indonesia, Tanzania, and Mozambique.
    Dr. Fair serves the Program Director of the PhD in Global Health with UCSF Global Health Sciences.

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    Utility of Contact Investigation of Drug Susceptible and Resistant TB in Tanzani
    NIH K01AI080717Sep 18, 2009 - Aug 31, 2014
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Drones and digital adherence monitoring for community-based tuberculosis control in remote Madagascar: A cost-effectiveness analysis. PLoS One. 2020; 15(7):e0235572. Bahrainwala L, Knoblauch AM, Andriamiadanarivo A, Diab MM, McKinney J, Small PM, Kahn JG, Fair E, Rakotosamimanana N, Grandjean Lapierre S. PMID: 32634140.
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    2. Evaluating the use of educational videos to support the tuberculosis care cascade in remote Madagascar. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2020 Jan 01; 24(1):28-35. Reeves H, Grandjean Lapierre S, Razafindrina K, Andriamiadanarivo A, Rakotosamimanana N, Razafindranaivo T, Seimon T, Blalock B, Bello-Bravo J, Pittendrigh B, McKinney J, Small PM, Knoblauch AM, Fair E. PMID: 32005304.
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    3. Home-based tuberculosis contact investigation in Uganda: a household randomised trial. ERJ Open Res. 2019 Jul; 5(3). Davis JL, Turimumahoro P, Meyer AJ, Ayakaka I, Ochom E, Ggita J, Mark D, Babirye D, Okello DA, Mugabe F, Fair E, Vittinghoff E, Armstrong-Hough M, Dowdy D, Cattamanchi A, Haberer JE, Katamba A. PMID: 31367636.
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    4. Impact of Choice of Test for Latent Tuberculosis Infection on Treatment Acceptance and Completion. Microbiol Insights. 2018; 11:1178636118811311. Lambert LA, Katz D, Feng PJ, Djojonegoro BM, Fair E, Jasuja S, Marantz S, Horsburgh CR, Ho C. PMID: 30505150.
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    5. Linking private, for-profit providers to public sector services for HIV and tuberculosis co-infected patients: A systematic review. PLoS One. 2018; 13(4):e0194960. Hudson M, Rutherford GW, Weiser S, Fair E. PMID: 29634772.
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    6. Drop-out from the tuberculosis contact investigation cascade in a routine public health setting in urban Uganda: A prospective, multi-center study. PLoS One. 2017; 12(11):e0187145. Armstrong-Hough M, Turimumahoro P, Meyer AJ, Ochom E, Babirye D, Ayakaka I, Mark D, Ggita J, Cattamanchi A, Dowdy D, Mugabe F, Fair E, Haberer JE, Katamba A, Davis JL. PMID: 29108007.
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    7. 'It makes the patient's spirit weaker': tuberculosis stigma and gender interaction in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2017 11 01; 21(11):42-48. Miller C, Huston J, Samu L, Mfinanga S, Hopewell P, Fair E. PMID: 29025484.
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    8. Identifying barriers to and facilitators of tuberculosis contact investigation in Kampala, Uganda: a behavioral approach. Implement Sci. 2017 03 09; 12(1):33. Ayakaka I, Ackerman S, Ggita JM, Kajubi P, Dowdy D, Haberer JE, Fair E, Hopewell P, Handley MA, Cattamanchi A, Katamba A, Davis JL. PMID: 28274245.
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    9. Tuberculosis contact investigation in low- and middle-income countries: standardized definitions and indicators. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2015 Mar; 19(3):269-72. Fair E, Miller CR, Ottmani SE, Fox GJ, Hopewell PC. PMID: 25686131.
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    10. Updating the International Standards for Tuberculosis Care. Entering the era of molecular diagnostics. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 2014 Mar; 11(3):277-85. Hopewell PC, Fair EL, Uplekar M. PMID: 24673691.
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    11. Recommendations for investigating contacts of persons with infectious tuberculosis in low- and middle-income countries. 2012. World Health Organization.
    12. International Standards for Tuberculosis Care: revisiting the cornerstones of tuberculosis care and control. Expert Rev Anti Infect Ther. 2007 Feb; 5(1):61-5. Fair E, Hopewell PC, Pai M. PMID: 17266454.
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    13. Handbook for Using the International Standards for Tuberculosis Care. 2007. Tuberculosis Coalition for Technical Assistance.
    14. Microevolution of the direct repeat locus of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in a strain prevalent in San Francisco. J Clin Microbiol. 2006 Apr; 44(4):1558-60. Aga RS, Fair E, Abernethy NF, Deriemer K, Paz EA, Kawamura LM, Small PM, Kato-Maeda M. PMID: 16597893.
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    15. Molecular epidemiologic investigation of tuberculosis in an area of increasing incidence in inner-city Dublin. Ir Med J. 2006 Mar; 99(3):87-90. Fair E, O'Meara M, Corbally N, Keogh B, Hannan M. PMID: 16700262.
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    16. Younger age at vaccination may increase risk of varicella vaccine failure. J Infect Dis. 2002 Jul 01; 186(1):102-5. Galil K, Fair E, Mountcastle N, Britz P, Seward J. PMID: 12089668.
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    17. Philosophic objection to vaccination as a risk for tetanus among children younger than 15 years. Pediatrics. 2002 Jan; 109(1):E2. Fair E, Murphy TV, Golaz A, Wharton M. PMID: 11773570.
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    18. Intussusception among infants given an oral rotavirus vaccine. N Engl J Med. 2001 Feb 22; 344(8):564-72. Murphy TV, Gargiullo PM, Massoudi MS, Nelson DB, Jumaan AO, Okoro CA, Zanardi LR, Setia S, Fair E, LeBaron CW, Wharton M, Livengood JR, Livingood JR. PMID: 11207352.
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