Richard Waddell, D.Sc.

Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine

Special Interests: HIV, Mycobacterial Infections, AIDS Education & Prevention Training

Joined DMS Staff: 1991

Degree: Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands) Medical School, Departments of Epidemiology & Biostatistics and Public Health, 1997

Dr. Waddell is Research Assistant Professor of Medicine and Director of HIV Research Studies for the Infectious Disease Section, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. He is a co-investigator and Study Coordinator for this research activity. He also serves as Principal Investigator for the New England AIDS Education and Training Center for New Hampshire, and a co-investigator for the 4-year New England Bladder Cancer Study funded by the National Cancer Institute. He is an infectious disease and HIV/AIDS consultant for the Global Health Council. Dr. Waddell has extensive experience with HIV-related studies in sub-Saharan Africa and with epidemiologic studies of mycobacterial disease. He has been the study coordinator for two previous NIH-funded Dartmouth international studies on the epidemiology of mycobacterial disease. His international health research activities have involved studies in Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, Barbados, Panama, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, and throughout Europe.

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