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Michael Sweat, PhD

  • Professor - Adjunct

Departmental Affiliations

Contact Information

Medical University of South Carolina
176 Croghan Spur Road, Suite 104
Charleston, South Carolina 29407

843-876-1082

Education

PhD, Emory University, 1992
MA, Emory University, 1989

Overview

HIV/AIDS intervention research; emphasis on HIV counseling and testing, epidemiologic modeling of AIDS epidemics, economic impact assessment; cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions; HIV voluntary counseling and testing; synthesis and meta-analysis.

  • International Health Disease Control HIV/AIDS intervention research emphasis on HIV counseling and testing epidemiologic modeling of AIDS epidemics economic impact assessment cost-effectiveness analysis of interventions
  • W. Moss, M Bentley, D. Ayuko, O.Egessah, M. Sweat, P. Nyarang’o, J. Zenilman, A. Chemtai, and N. Halsey. “Foundations for Effective Strategies to Control Sexually Transmitted Infections: Voices from Rural Kenya”. AIDS Care. Vol. 11 No. 1. Pp 95-113. 1999.

  • Maman S; Campbell J; Sweat MD; Gielen AC. “The intersections of HIV and violence: Directions for future research and interventions.”. Soc Sci Med. 2000 Feb;50(4):459-78..

  • Claudes Kamenga, Michael Sweat, Isabelle De Zoysa, Gina Dallebetta, Thomas Coates, et al.“The Voluntary HIV-1 Counseling and Testing Efficacy Study: Design and Methods”. AIDS and Behavior. Vol. 4. No. 1. March 2000.

  • Donald Balmer, Olga Grinstead, Francis Kihuho, Steven Gregorich, Michael Sweat, Claudes Kamenga, et al. “Characteristics of Individuals and Couples Seeking HIV-1 Prevention Services in Nairobi, Kenya: The Voluntary HIV-1 Counseling and Testing Efficacy Study”. AIDS and Behavior. Vol. 4. No. 1. March 2000.

  • Gloria Sangiwa, Olga Grinstead, Margaret Hogan, Davis Mwakagile, Japhet Killewo, Steven Gregorich, Claudes Kamenga, Michael Sweat, et al. “Characteristics of Individuals and Couples Seeking HIV-1 Prevention Services in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: The Voluntary HIV-1 Counseling and Testing Efficacy Study”. AIDS and Behavior. Vol. 4. No. 1. March 2000.