Jonathan Zenilman

Jonathan Zenilman

  • Chief, Infectious Diseases-Bayview Medical Center

  • Departmental Affiliation(s):

    International Health (Joint)
    Epidemiology (Joint)
    Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
    School of Medicine (Primary)

    Contact Information

    4940 Eastern Avenue
    Baltimore , Maryland   21224
    US        

    410-550-9080
    410-550-1169

    Education

    MD, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 1981

    Overview

    Our group has broad interests in STD research. My current projects include: 1. Developing biological markers for sexual behavior that can be used in survey research. This builds on our previously published experience which proposed sexually transmitted diseases as potential biomarkers 2. Performing studies of risk behaviors in highly vulnerable populations, such as adolescents, drug users, and trafficked women 3. Developing molecular diagnostic techniques for detection of resistant determinants for N gonorrhoeae in non-culture based systems 4. Using datasets from the Baltimore City Health Department to understand STD trends and behaviors 5. Developing a research program in noscomial infections at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. These interests have focused on infections in the burn center and in developing an antimicrobial control program. 6. Clinical research in the natural history and microbiology of chronic wounds in the outpatient setting

    Honors and Awards

    U.S. Public Health Service Commendation Medal-1988 U.S. Public Health Service Unit Citation - 1990 American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) Scholar Award 1992-1995 INstitute of Medicine-The Hidden Epidemic. Committee to Study Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Research Interests

    Infectious Diseases AIDS Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDs Hospital Epidemiology HIV prevention

    Publications

    • Warner L, Newman DR, Austin HA, Kamb ML, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Bolan G, Rogers J, Peterman TA. Condom effectiveness for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases-The importance of assessing partner infection status. Am J Epidemiol 2004;159:242-251
    • Giles JA, Falconio J,Yuenger JD, Zenilman JM, Dan M, Bash MC. QRDR Mutations and Porin Type of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Isolates from Israel: Fluoroquinolone Resistance Surveillance and Typing by Molecular Methodologies. J Infect Dis- 2004; 189:2085-93
    • Bernstein KT, Curriero FC, Jennings JM, Olthoff G, Erbelding EJ, Zenilman JM. Defining gonorrhea transmission using spatial data. Amer J Epidemiol 2004 ;160:51-8
    • Hutton HE, Lyketsos CG, Zenilman JM, Thompson RE, Erbelding EJ. Depression and HIV Risk Behaviors among patients at a sexually transmitted disease clinic.Am J Psychiatr 2004; 161:912-14
    • Gottlieb SL, Douglas JM, Foster M, Schmid S, Newman DR, Baron AE, Bolan G, Iatesta M, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Fishbein M, Peterman TA, Kamb ML, Incidence of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Infection In Five Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics And The Effect Of HIV/STD Risk-Reduction Counseling. J Infect Dis 2004;190:1059-1067
    Jonathan Zenilman

    Jonathan Zenilman

  • Chief, Infectious Diseases-Bayview Medical Center

  • Departmental Affiliation(s):

    International Health (Joint)
    Epidemiology (Joint)
    Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
    School of Medicine (Primary)

    Contact Information

    4940 Eastern Avenue
    Baltimore , Maryland   21224
    US        

    410-550-9080
    410-550-1169

    Education

    MD, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 1981

    Overview

    Our group has broad interests in STD research. My current projects include: 1. Developing biological markers for sexual behavior that can be used in survey research. This builds on our previously published experience which proposed sexually transmitted diseases as potential biomarkers 2. Performing studies of risk behaviors in highly vulnerable populations, such as adolescents, drug users, and trafficked women 3. Developing molecular diagnostic techniques for detection of resistant determinants for N gonorrhoeae in non-culture based systems 4. Using datasets from the Baltimore City Health Department to understand STD trends and behaviors 5. Developing a research program in noscomial infections at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. These interests have focused on infections in the burn center and in developing an antimicrobial control program. 6. Clinical research in the natural history and microbiology of chronic wounds in the outpatient setting

    Honors and Awards

    U.S. Public Health Service Commendation Medal-1988 U.S. Public Health Service Unit Citation - 1990 American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) Scholar Award 1992-1995 INstitute of Medicine-The Hidden Epidemic. Committee to Study Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Research Interests

    Infectious Diseases AIDS Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDs Hospital Epidemiology HIV prevention

    Publications

    • Warner L, Newman DR, Austin HA, Kamb ML, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Bolan G, Rogers J, Peterman TA. Condom effectiveness for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases-The importance of assessing partner infection status. Am J Epidemiol 2004;159:242-251
    • Giles JA, Falconio J,Yuenger JD, Zenilman JM, Dan M, Bash MC. QRDR Mutations and Porin Type of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Isolates from Israel: Fluoroquinolone Resistance Surveillance and Typing by Molecular Methodologies. J Infect Dis- 2004; 189:2085-93
    • Bernstein KT, Curriero FC, Jennings JM, Olthoff G, Erbelding EJ, Zenilman JM. Defining gonorrhea transmission using spatial data. Amer J Epidemiol 2004 ;160:51-8
    • Hutton HE, Lyketsos CG, Zenilman JM, Thompson RE, Erbelding EJ. Depression and HIV Risk Behaviors among patients at a sexually transmitted disease clinic.Am J Psychiatr 2004; 161:912-14
    • Gottlieb SL, Douglas JM, Foster M, Schmid S, Newman DR, Baron AE, Bolan G, Iatesta M, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Fishbein M, Peterman TA, Kamb ML, Incidence of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Infection In Five Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics And The Effect Of HIV/STD Risk-Reduction Counseling. J Infect Dis 2004;190:1059-1067
    Jonathan Zenilman

    Jonathan Zenilman

  • Chief, Infectious Diseases-Bayview Medical Center

  • Departmental Affiliation(s):

    International Health (Joint)
    Epidemiology (Joint)
    Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
    School of Medicine (Primary)

    Contact Information

    4940 Eastern Avenue
    Baltimore , Maryland   21224
    US        

    410-550-9080
    410-550-1169

    Education

    MD, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, 1981

    Overview

    Our group has broad interests in STD research. My current projects include: 1. Developing biological markers for sexual behavior that can be used in survey research. This builds on our previously published experience which proposed sexually transmitted diseases as potential biomarkers 2. Performing studies of risk behaviors in highly vulnerable populations, such as adolescents, drug users, and trafficked women 3. Developing molecular diagnostic techniques for detection of resistant determinants for N gonorrhoeae in non-culture based systems 4. Using datasets from the Baltimore City Health Department to understand STD trends and behaviors 5. Developing a research program in noscomial infections at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. These interests have focused on infections in the burn center and in developing an antimicrobial control program. 6. Clinical research in the natural history and microbiology of chronic wounds in the outpatient setting

    Honors and Awards

    U.S. Public Health Service Commendation Medal-1988 U.S. Public Health Service Unit Citation - 1990 American Foundation for AIDS Research (AmFAR) Scholar Award 1992-1995 INstitute of Medicine-The Hidden Epidemic. Committee to Study Sexually Transmitted Infections

    Research Interests

    Infectious Diseases AIDS Sexually Transmitted Diseases STDs Hospital Epidemiology HIV prevention

    Publications

    • Warner L, Newman DR, Austin HA, Kamb ML, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Bolan G, Rogers J, Peterman TA. Condom effectiveness for prevention of sexually transmitted diseases-The importance of assessing partner infection status. Am J Epidemiol 2004;159:242-251
    • Giles JA, Falconio J,Yuenger JD, Zenilman JM, Dan M, Bash MC. QRDR Mutations and Porin Type of Neisseria gonorrhoeae Isolates from Israel: Fluoroquinolone Resistance Surveillance and Typing by Molecular Methodologies. J Infect Dis- 2004; 189:2085-93
    • Bernstein KT, Curriero FC, Jennings JM, Olthoff G, Erbelding EJ, Zenilman JM. Defining gonorrhea transmission using spatial data. Amer J Epidemiol 2004 ;160:51-8
    • Hutton HE, Lyketsos CG, Zenilman JM, Thompson RE, Erbelding EJ. Depression and HIV Risk Behaviors among patients at a sexually transmitted disease clinic.Am J Psychiatr 2004; 161:912-14
    • Gottlieb SL, Douglas JM, Foster M, Schmid S, Newman DR, Baron AE, Bolan G, Iatesta M, Malotte CK, Zenilman JM, Fishbein M, Peterman TA, Kamb ML, Incidence of Herpes Simplex Virus Type 2 Infection In Five Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinics And The Effect Of HIV/STD Risk-Reduction Counseling. J Infect Dis 2004;190:1059-1067