Elizabeth T. Golub, PhD
- Director, Online Programs for Applied Learning
- Senior Lecturer
- Division: General Epidemiology and Methodology
Center & Institute Affiliations
615 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2001
MPH, Columbia University, 1995
BA, American University, 1990
Primary research interests include the epidemiology and pathogenesis of HIV/AIDS, evaluating the effectiveness of antiretroviral therapy in observational studies, and the effects of HIV infection and treatment on women's reproductive health.
Dr. Golub is Principal Investigator of the data management and analysis center for the Women's Interagency HIV Study (WIHS), a nationwide cohort study of HIV-infected and uninfected women. She is also Director of the Epidemiology/Biostatistics Core for a NIH-funded program project to study HIV susceptibility and pathogenesis in the female genital tract, as well as co-investigator for the Center for the Analysis and Management of the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study (MACS), a nationwide cohort study of HIV-infected and uninfected men. She is also co-Investigator with the Epidemiology/Biostatistics Core for the North American AIDS Cohort Collaboration of Research and Design (NA-ACCORD).
In addition to her research endeavors, Dr. Golub teaches Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health II, in both a blended on-site and online format. She also teaches an online Epidemiology course through the JHU School of Arts and Sciences. Her educational work includes serving as Chair of the Department of Epidemiology Curriculum Committee, as Epi Department representative on the School's Committee on Academic Standards, as Departmental Faculty Liaison with the Center for Teaching and Learning, and as Director of the School's Online Programs for Applied Learning (OPAL).
Honors and Awards
2010 Elected Member, Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health, Alpha Chapter, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2009 Awardee, National Institutes of Health Clinical Research Loan Repayment Program (renewal)
2008 Nominee, the Charles C. Shepard Science Award (Garfein RS, Golub ET, …, Thiede H. A peer-education intervention to reduce injection risk behaviors for HIV and hepatitis C virus infection in young injection drug users. AIDS 2007 Sept;21(14):1923-32)
2007 Awardee, National Institutes of Health Clinical Research Loan Repayment Program
2002 NIDA Director’s Travel Award, College on Problems of Drug Dependence 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
2001 NIDA Director's Travel Award, College on Problems of Drug Dependence 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona
2001-2003 National Institute on Drug Abuse Institutional NRSA Postdoctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University
- Antiretroviral therapy
- Injection drug users
Landay A, Golub ET, Desai S, Zhang J, Winkelman V, Anastos K, Durkin H, Young M, Villacres MC, Greenblatt RM, Norris PJ, Busch MP for the Women’s Interagency HIV Study. HIV RNA Levels in Plasma and Cervical Vaginal Lavage Fluid in Elite Controllers and HAART Recipients. AIDS 2014 Mar 13;28(5):739-43. PMC4160049
Miranda AE, Pinto VM, Szwarcwald CL, Golub ET. Prevalence and correlates of preterm labor among young parturient women attending public hospitals in Brazil. Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2012;32(5):330–4.
Weinberg A, Allshouse AA, Mawhinney S, Canniff J, Benning L, Wentz EL, Minkoff H, Young M, Nowicki M, Greenblatt R, Cohen MH, Golub ET. Responses to hepatitis A virus vaccine in HIV-infected women: Effect of hormonal contraceptives and HIV disease characteristics. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 2012;60(1):e15-e18. PMC3332075
Keating SM, Golub ET, Nowicki M, Young M, Anastos K, Crystal H, Cohen MH, Zhang J, Greenblatt RM, Desai S, Wu S, Landay AL, Gange SJ, Norris PJ; and the Women’s Interagency HIV Study. The effect of HIV infection and HAART on inflammatory biomarkers in a population-based cohort of US women. AIDS 2011 Sept 24;25(15):1823-1832. PMC3314300.
Linas BS, Minkoff H, Cohen MH, Karim R, Cohan D, Wright RL, Young M, Watts DH, Golub ET. Relative time to pregnancy among HIV-infected and uninfected women in the Women’s Interagency HIV Study, 2002-2009. AIDS 2011 Mar 13;25(5):707-711. NIHMS417263 PMC3496791