Policy generation; Outcomes research; Hepatitis; HIV and aging; Health utilization; Health disparities in access to care; Evidence based practice
Dr. Kelly Gebo is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She also earned an MPH in Epidemiology from The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She completed residency training in Internal Medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital followed by two years of fellowship training as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar in the Department of Medicine, also at Hopkins. Her clinical and research interests include evidence based practice, health disparities in access to care, health utilization, HIV and aging, hepatitis, outcomes research, and policy generation.
Dr. Gebo is affiliated with The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health, Reducing Global Inequities in Burden of Disease, where she has translated individual patient care to larger global health issues. As part of a multidisciplinary group in Baltimore, she has been closely involved with mentoring students interested in global health issues as it relates to infectious diseases. She worked closely with students engaged in research projects such as Cancer in the Hopkins HIV Cohort in the Era of HAART and the Impact of Illicit Drug Use and Substance Abuse Treatment on HAART Adherence. Her work with HIV in the Elderly Population was recently supported by an RO1 Research Grant from the National Institute on Aging, entitled "Clinical Outcomes in Elderly HIV Patients." A pilot grant in 2003 provided funds for her to study National Trends in HIV+ Hospitalizations 1996-2000.
Dr. Gebo has authored or co-authored more than forty-two publications.