Diane Addison, MPH, MIA

Senior Project Manager

Diane is a Senior Project Manager at the ISPH. She specializes in the monitoring and evaluation of HIV-related programs, including leading the evaluation of two HRSA Special Projects of National Significance focused on improving HIV care continuum outcomes for at risk and hard-to-reach populations. Her experience includes data collection, analysis, program design, implementation and dissemination of interventions, protocol and performance measurement development. She conducts data analyses for both domestic and international projects, as well as grant writing at the ISPH. Diane is fluent in French and has worked across 3 continents. She holds a MIA in Economic and Political Development and a MPH in Epidemiology from Columbia University.

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Addison D, Baim-Lance A, Suchman L, Katz B, Swain CA, Piersanti K, Steinbock C, Sawicki S, Agins B, and Nash D for the NYLinks Implementation Team. Factors Influencing the Successful Implementation of HIV Linkage and Retention Interventions in Healthcare Agencies Across New York State. AIDS Behav. 2018 Feb 28. doi: 10.1007/s10461-018-2060-2.

Swain CA, Sawicki S, Addison D, Katz B, Piersanti K, Baim-Lance A, Gordon D, Anderson BJ, Nash D, Steinbock C, Agins B. An End-User Participatory Approach to Collaboratively Refine HIV Care Data, The New York State Experience. AIDS Behav. 2018 Apr 2. doi: 10.1007/s10461-018-2104-7.

Fritz CQ, Blevins M, Lindegren ML, Wools-Kaloutsian K, Musick BS, Cornell M, Goodwin K, Addison D, Dusingize JC, Messou E, Poda A, Duda SN, McGowan CC, Law MG, Moore RD, Freeman A, Nash D, Wester CW. Comprehensiveness of HIV care provided at global HIV treatment sites in the IeDEA consortium: 2009 and 2014. J Int AIDS Soc. 2017 Jan 6.

Mutimura E, Addison D, Anastos K, Hoover D, Dusingize JC, Karenzi B, Izimukwiye I, Mutesa L, Nsanzimana S, Nash D. Trends in and determinants of CD4+ cell count at antiretroviral therapy initiation after changes in national ART guidelines in Rwanda. AIDS. 2015 Jan 2;29(1):67-76. doi: 10.1097/QAD.0000000000000520.

Ransome Y, Terzian A, Addison D, Braunstein S, Myers J, Abraham B, Nash D. Expanded HIV testing coverage is associated with decreases in late HIV diagnoses. AIDS (London, England). 2015; 29(11):1369-78.

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