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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Ellen Cooper is Professor of Pediatrics at Boston University School of Medicine, and is in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Boston Medical Center. She founded and still directs the Pediatric HIV Program which now also includes an Adolescent HIV Initiative. In addition she leads the Transition Program for older adolescents who are transitioning to adult care. She has published widely on the subject of Pediatric HIV treatment and care. She was a principal investigator of a large US based study designed to answer questions surrounding the perinatal transmission of HIV, and this continues to be one of her special interests. She was one of the original members of the HIV Consensus Committee, whose purpose was to establish guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of HIV infected infants in the US, and her expertise led her to focus also on treatment and care in a number of high burden and low resource countries. She has worked in sites in Uganda, Cameroon, South Africa, Zambia, and in Ethiopia. She was a participant, trainer and advisor to curriculum development and implementation for the MTCT-Plus Programs in Africa, and served as a technical advisor for ICAP, Columbia in their efforts to establish a Center of Excellence for the care of HIV infected children in Zambia. She continues to be an active participant in the NIH sponsored IMPAACT Network.
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Academic Article Neonatal gonococcal arthritis after negative prenatal screening and despite conjunctival prophylaxis.
Academic Article Caring for children with AIDS: new challenges for medicine and society.
Academic Article Routine offering of HIV testing to hospitalized pediatric patients at university teaching hospital, Lusaka, Zambia: acceptability and feasibility.
Academic Article Guidelines for implementation of population-based newborn screening for severe combined immunodeficiency.
Academic Article Effect of young sibling visitation on respiratory syncytial virus activity in a NICU.
Academic Article The association between quality of HIV care, loss to follow-up and mortality in pediatric and adolescent patients receiving antiretroviral therapy in Nigeria.
Academic Article Lack of tumors in infants with perinatal HIV-1 exposure and fetal/neonatal exposure to zidovudine.
Academic Article Anaesthesia and the child with HIV infection.
Academic Article Clinical Care Manual for HIV Infection (Libman, Witzburg, eds.)
Academic Article Clinical Care Manual for HIV Infection (Libman, Witzburg, eds.)
Academic Article The Columbia Clinical Manual: Care and Treatment of HIV/AIDS in Resource Limited Settings
Academic Article Committee on Pediatric AIDS, American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement Transitioning HIV-Infected Youth into Adult Health Care
Academic Article Presented at the Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) International Conference. Durban, South Africa
Academic Article A Model Clinic for Care of HIV Infected Pregnant Women
Academic Article Achieving US Public Health metrics in care of youth with HIV
Grant Act(Adolescent Care Team) Now
Grant PlusCare: Mobile platform to increase linkage to care in adolescents living with HIV/AIDS

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