Robert Dubrow, MD, PhD

Professor of Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases)

Research Interests

Brain Neoplasms; Epidemiology; HIV Infections; Climate Change

Public Health Interests

Cancer Epidemiology; Glioma; Climate Change; HIV/AIDS

Research Organizations

Cancer Prevention and Control

School of Public Health: Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS | Chronic Disease Epidemiology

Research Summary

Dr. Dubrow’s research has focused on two separate areas: HIV-related malignancies and glioma. HIV-infected persons are at elevated risk for cancer. Dr. Dubrow's work has focused on determining which cancer types have elevated incidence, describing time trends in incidence, disentangling immune system effects of HIV infection from non-HIV risk factor effects, and understanding relationships between cumulative and current measures of CD4 count, HIV RNA level, and antiretroviral therapy and cancer risk. With respect to glioma, Dr. Dubrow has published on its descriptive epidemiology, dietary and genetic risk factors, and outcomes. In a new phase of his career, Dr. Dubrow is currently developing scholarly work on climate change and health.

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Contact Info

Robert Dubrow, MD, PhD
Office Location
Laboratory of Epidemiology and Public Health
60 College Street, Ste 429

New Haven, CT 06510
Mailing Address
PO Box 208034
60 College Street

New Haven, CT 06520-8034

Curriculum Vitae