Susie Welty

Title(s)Academic Program Manager, Prevention & Public Health
SchoolChancellor/EVC/FAS
Address550 16th. Street
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-476-5797
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    Campbell University, Buies Creek, NCBS05/2001Biology
    University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CAMPH05/2007Epidemiology and Biostatistics

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    Susie Welty is the Senior Program Manager for Tanzania projects in Global Strategic Information (GSI). She has been involved in integrated bio-behavioral surveillance surveys, antiretroviral outcomes studies, triangulation projects, data quality assessments, M&E assessments, the development of a masters program in Health Monitoring and Evaluation, and the development of a national M&E plan for Tanzania.

    Before coming to UCSF in 2009, Ms. Welty was a Project Manager for Monitoring and Evaluation at the Institute for OneWorld Health where she worked on a Phase IV trial of a drug for visceral leishmaniasis.

    After completing her MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of California, Berkeley in 2007, she worked for the Harvard School of Public Health in Tanzania as a Study Coordinator for a randomized controlled trial evaluating the effect of multivitamins on HIV/AIDS disease progression. Prior to her graduate studies, she was the Program Manager for the Program on Ethical Issues in International Health Research at the Harvard School of Public Health.

    She has an established record of leading research teams to make use of complex routinely collected public health data. She has domain expertise in analytics using innovative social network and modeling methods, managing complex qualitative and quantitative data, data quality, leadership, communicating data findings visually, and problem solving in complex settings. She combines 10 years of experience in statistical analysis and modeling with a deep understanding of health outcomes.

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    1. Brief Report: Recent HIV Infection Surveillance in Routine HIV Testing in Nairobi, Kenya: A Feasibility Study. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2020 05 01; 84(1):5-9. Welty S, Motoku J, Muriithi C, Rice B, de Wit M, Ashanda B, Waruiru W, Mirjahangir J, Kingwara L, Bauer R, Njoroge D, Karimi J, Njoroge A, Rutherford GW. PMID: 32058458.
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    2. Undiagnosed and Untreated HIV Infection Among Persons Who Inject Drugs: Results of Three National HIV Behavioral Surveillance Surveys, San Francisco, 2009-2015. AIDS Behav. 2019 Jun; 23(6):1586-1589. Kim N, Welty S, Reza T, Sears D, McFarland W, Raymond HF. PMID: 30259347.
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    3. Illicit Drug Users in the Tanzanian Hinterland: Population Size Estimation Through Key Informant-Driven Hot Spot Mapping. AIDS Behav. 2018 Jul; 22(Suppl 1):4-9. Ndayongeje J, Msami A, Laurent YI, Mwankemwa S, Makumbuli M, Ngonyani AM, Tiberio J, Welty S, Said C, Morris MD, McFarland W. PMID: 29435795.
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    4. Prevalence and risk factors for asymptomatic malaria and genotyping of glucose 6-phosphate (G6PD) deficiencies in a vivax-predominant setting, Lao PDR: implications for sub-national elimination goals. Malar J. 2018 Jun 01; 17(1):218. Lover AA, Dantzer E, Hongvanthong B, Chindavongsa K, Welty S, Reza T, Khim N, Menard D, Bennett A. PMID: 29859089.
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    5. Context and characteristics of illicit drug use in coastal and interior Tanzania. Int J Drug Policy. 2018 01; 51:20-26. Tiberio J, Laurent YI, Ndayongeje J, Msami A, Welty S, Ngonyani A, Mwankemwa S, Makumbuli M, McFarland W, Morris MD. PMID: 29156310.
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