Robert Dubrow, MD, PhD

Professor of Epidemiology (Chronic Diseases)

Research Interests

Brain Neoplasms; Epidemiology

Public Health Interests

Cancer Epidemiology; Cancer Survival; Glioma; 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 focuses on two separate areas: glioma and HIV-related malignancies. He has published on the descriptive epidemiology of glioma, dietary and gentic risk factors for glioma, and glioblastoma outcomes. With regard to HIV-related malignancies, he has published on liver cancer, anal cancer, and lung cancer in HIV-infected persons. Current projects include studies of patterns of care and outcomes for glioblastoma patients, time trends in cancer causes of death among HIV-infected persons, and HIV-induced immunosuppression and inflammation in relation to cancer risk.

Extensive Research Description

  • Patterns of care and outcomes for malignant glioma
  • Time trends in cancer causes of death among HIV-infected persons
  • Antiretroviral therapy strategies to lower cancer risk in HIV-infected persons

Selected Publications

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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
Yale School of Public HealthPO Box 208034
60 College Street

New Haven, CT 06520-8034

Curriculum Vitae