Barbara E. Mahon, MD
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Public Health
Dept of Epidemiology

MD, University of California San Francisco
MPH, University of California, Berkeley

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Dr. Mahon received her MD and clinical training in pediatrics from the University of California, San Francisco and her MPH from the University of California, Berkeley. She trained in CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS). Dr. Mahon is deputy chief of the Enteric Diseases Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The branch is responsible for national surveillance for enteric diseases. It conducts epidemiologic studies of the burden, trends, and food source attribution of foodborne diseases caused by Listeria , Salmonella, and E. coli O157, among other pathogens. The branch’s work also focuses on vulnerable populations, including older adults, young children, and other groups, with the goal of creating knowledge needed to protect people by preventing disease. Dr. Mahon has a broad background in infectious disease epidemiology, having worked on foodborne diseases, vaccine-preventable diseases, and sexually transmitted diseases in academic and industry positions as well as in government.

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Pediatrics
General Pediatrics



Genetic and Environmental Factors in PCV7 Vaccine Effect
09/30/2004 - 09/29/2008 (PI)
HHS/Center for Disease Control
5 K01 CI00301 03

Rubella and Varicella Immunity Among Adolescents Seeking Care in an Urban Emergency Department
01/01/2003 - 12/31/2003 (PI)
SAM with APA HHS CDC



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  1. Jacobs Slifka KM, Blackstock A, Nguyen V, Schwensohn C, Gieraltowski L, Mahon BE. Estimating the Incubation Period of Salmonella Urinary Tract Infections Using Foodborne Outbreak Data. Foodborne Pathog Dis. 2020 Jul 28. PMID: 32735492
     
  2. Hallowell BD, Carlson CM, Jacobs JR, Pomeroy M, Steinberg J, Tenforde MW, McDonald E, Foster L, Feldstein LR, Rolfes MA, Haynes A, Abedi GR, Odongo GS, Saruwatari K, Rider EC, Douville G, Bhakta N, Maniatis P, Lindstrom S, Thornburg NJ, Lu X, Whitaker BL, Kamili S, Sakthivel SK, Wang L, Malapati L, Murray JR, Lynch B, Cetron M, Brown C, Roohi S, Rotz L, Borntrager D, Ishii K, Moser K, Rasheed M, Freeman B, Lester S, Corbett KS, Abiona OM, Hutchinson GB, Graham BS, Pesik N, Mahon B, Braden C, Behravesh CB, Stewart R, Knight N, Hall AJ, Killerby ME. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Prevalence, Seroprevalence, and Exposure among Evacuees from Wuhan, China, 2020. Emerg Infect Dis. 2020 Sep; 26(9):1998-2004. PMID: 32620182
     
  3. Klugman KP, Zewdu S, Mahon BE, Dowell SF, Srikantiah P, Laserson KF, Tappero JW, Zaidi AK, Mundel T. Younger ages at risk of Covid-19 mortality in communities of color. Gates Open Res. 2020; 4:69. PMID: 32715283
     
  4. Legardy-Williams JK, Carter RJ, Goldstein ST, Jarrett OD, Szefer E, Fombah AE, Tinker SC, Samai M, Mahon BE. Pregnancy Outcomes among Women Receiving rVSV?-ZEBOV-GP Ebola Vaccine during the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine against Ebola. Emerg Infect Dis. 2020 Mar; 26(3):541-548. PMID: 32017677
     
  5. Luvsansharav UO, Wakhungu J, Grass J, Oneko M, Nguyen V, Bigogo G, Ogola E, Audi A, Onyango D, Hamel MJ, Montgomery JM, Fields PI, Mahon BE. Exploration of risk factors for ceftriaxone resistance in invasive non-typhoidal Salmonella infections in western Kenya. PLoS One. 2020; 15(3):e0229581. PMID: 32126103
     
  6. Bellan SE, Eggo RM, Gsell PS, Kucharski AJ, Dean NE, Donohue R, Zook M, Edmunds WJ, Odhiambo F, Longini IM, Brisson M, Mahon BE, Henao-Restrepo AM. An online decision tree for vaccine efficacy trial design during infectious disease epidemics: The InterVax-Tool. Vaccine. 2019 07 18; 37(31):4376-4381. PMID: 31242963
     
  7. Judd MC, Hoekstra RM, Mahon BE, Fields PI, Wong KK. Epidemiologic patterns of human Salmonella serotype diversity in the USA, 1996-2016. Epidemiol Infect. 2019 01; 147:e187. PMID: 31063111
     
  8. Halpin AL, Gu W, Wise ME, Sejvar JJ, Hoekstra RM, Mahon BE. Post-Campylobacter Guillain Barré Syndrome in the USA: secondary analysis of surveillance data collected during the 2009-2010 novel Influenza A (H1N1) vaccination campaign. Epidemiol Infect. 2018 10; 146(13):1740-1745. PMID: 29986777
     
  9. Fombah AE, Goldstein ST, Jarrett OD, Jalloh MI, El-Khorazaty J, Lisk DR, Legardy-Williams J, Pratt DA, George PM, Russell JBW, Schrag SJ, Dawson P, Deen GF, Carr W, Lindblad R, James F, Bah MM, Yillia JF, Sandy JD, Turay PE, Conteh MA, Slutsker L, Mahon BE, Samai M, Seward JF. Health Conditions in an Adult Population in Sierra Leone: Data Reported From the Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine Against Ebola (STRIVE). J Infect Dis. 2018 05 18; 217(suppl_1):S75-S80. PMID: 29788342
     
  10. Schuchat A, Seward JF, Goldstein ST, Mahon BE. Comment: The Sierra Leone Trial to Introduce a Vaccine Against Ebola (STRIVE). J Infect Dis. 2018 05 18; 217(suppl_1):S1-S5. PMID: 29788344
     
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