McKaylee Robertson, MPH

McKaylee is a Research Scientist at the ISPH with training in epidemiological and biostatistical methods. Her research is primarily focused on the areas of HIV, disease surveillance and epidemiological methods developments. McKaylee trained as an applied epidemiology fellow with the CDC in New York and Atlanta. She has broad experience with the planning, implementation and evaluation of programmatic and surveillance activities, locally and nationally. She also has experience working on projects which have focused on disaster preparedness and injury prevention in rural settings.

Recent publications:

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Braunstein SL, Robertson MM, Myers J, Nash D. Using HIV Viral Load From Surveillance to Estimate the Timing of Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation. Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes. 2016; 73(2):222-7.

McKaylee Robertson, Stanley C Wei, Linda Beer, Demilade Adedinsewo, Sandra Stockwell, Julia C Dombrowski, Christopher Johnson, Jacek Skarbinski. Delayed entry into HIV medical care in a nationally representative sample of HIV-infected adults receiving medical care in the USA. AIDS Care. 2016;28(3):325-33.

Sarah L Braunstein, McKaylee M Robertson, Julie Myers, Bisrat Abraham, Denis Nash. Increase in CD4+ T-Cell Count at the Time of HIV Diagnosis and Antiretroviral Treatment Initiation Among Persons With HIV in New York City. J Infect Dis. 2016 Dec 1;214(11):1682-1686.

Irvine MK, Chamberlin SA, Robbins RS, Kulkarni SG, Robertson MM, Nash D. Come as You Are: Improving Care Engagement and Viral Load Suppression Among HIV Care Coordination Clients with Lower Mental Health Functioning, Unstable Housing, and Hard Drug Use. AIDS Behav. 2016 Jun 24.

Angela M Thompson-Paul, Stanley C Wei, Christine L Mattson, McKaylee Robertson, Alfonso C Hernandez-Romieu, Tanvir K Bell, Jacek Skarbinski. Obesity among HIV-infected adults receiving medical care in the United States: data from the cross-sectional Medical Monitoring Project and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Medicine (Baltimore). 2015 Jul;94(27):e1081.

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