Dr. Hsieh is an associate professor in the department of emergency medicine. He, training in infectious diseases epidemiology, has extensive experience in infectious diseases diagnostics, HIV/sexually transmitted infection screening, epidemiology, and biostatistical data analysis. For the past 17 years he has been a collaborator on many projects conducted by the Division of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins University.
Since joining the department in 2005, Dr. Hsieh began building his research career, translating his skills in epidemiology and biostatistics to focused studies in acute aspects of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and other infectious diseases which are commonly presented to emergency or acute care settings, as well as studies in disaster medicine and preparedness. He is an author of 117 peer-review articles and over 150 conference abstracts.
He has served as invited reviewer for: Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Society for Epidemiologic Research Annual Meeting; International AIDS Conference; International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention; Physicians’ Information and Education Resource (PIER); American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine; International Trachoma Initiative (ITI); and 27 peer-reviewed journals including: New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes; American Journal of Epidemiology; American Journal of Public Health, American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, HIV Medicine, PLoS One; Sexually Transmitted Infections; Medical Care; BMC Infectious Diseases, BMC Public Health, BMJ Open, Current HIV Research; International Journal of STD & AIDS; Sexual Health; Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases; Clinical Microbiology and Infection; Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness; Journal of Public Health Management & Practice; Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease; Journal of Women’s Health; International Journal of Women's Health; Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology; Journal of Postgraduate Medicine; SAHARA Journal; and Ophthalmic Epidemiology.