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Gita Anjali Sinha, MD MPH

Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Medicine


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  • Assistant Professor of Medicine


Dr. Gita Sinha an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Infectious Diseases Department. She studies infectious diseases-related clinical services and outcomes, including HIV testing and care, antimicrobial utilization and health care-associated infection among residents and migrants from rural India.

Dr. Sinha holds both a bachelor’s degree and a medical degree from Stanford University. She completed an internship and residency in the internal medicine department at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and completed an infectious diseases fellowship at Johns Hopkins before joining the faculty.  


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    Selected Publications

    Gita Sinha; David H Peters; Robert C Bollinger. Strategies for gender-equitable HIV services in rural India. Health policy and planning 2009;24(3):197-208.
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    Gita Sinha; Ashok Dyalchand; Manisha Khale; Gopal Kulkarni; Shubha Vasudevan; Robert C Bollinger. Low utilization of HIV testing during pregnancy: What are the barriers to HIV testing for women in rural India? Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999) 2008;47(2):248-52.
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    Gita Sinha; Tou J Choi; Uma Nayak; Amita Gupta; Sandeep Nair; Nikhil Gupte; Pandurang M Bulakh; Jayagowri Sastry; Sanjay D Deshmukh; Medha M Khandekar; et al. Clinically significant anemia in HIV-infected pregnant women in India is not a major barrier to zidovudine use for prevention of maternal-to-child transmission. Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999) 2007;45(2):210-7.
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