Ruthanne Marcus

Associate Director, Clinical & Community Research, AIDS Program, Internal Medicine


Departments & Organizations

Internal Medicine

Biography

Ms. Marcus holds a Bachelor's degree in Family and Community Services from Syracuse University, College of Human Development and a Master of Public Health degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She is currently enrolled in a PhD program in Medical Anthropology at the University of Connecticut. Ms. Marcus worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta from 1985 to 1992 conducting research on occupational risk of HIV infection. From 1995-2011 she was the Director of the Connecticut Emerging Infections Program, Foodborne Diseases Active Surveillance Network (FoodNet) at Yale School of Public Health and a lecturer in the Yale School of Public Health. Since 2011 she has been the Associate Director of Clinical and Community Research in the AIDS Program Internal Medicine, YSM conducting research on HIV/AIDS, substance use disorders, mental illness, and the criminal justice system. She is trained as a Public Health Career Ambassador, providing presentations to high school students to encourage their involvement in public health; she is a member of the Connecticut Multicultural Health Partnership with an interest in health disparities.


Education

  • B.S., Syracuse University , 1981
  • M.P.H., Johns Hopkins School of Public Health , 1984

Selected Publication

  • Chitsaz E, Meyer JP, Krishnan A, Springer SA, Marcus R, Zaller N, Jordan AO, Lincoln T, Flanigan TP, Porterfield J, Altice FL. Contribution of Substance Use Disorders on HIV Treatment Outcomes and Antiretroviral Medication Adherence Among HIV-infected Persons Entering Jail. AIDS Behav (published on-line 15 May 2013)
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