|Jodie Dionne-Odom, MD
Medical School: Dartmouth Medical School
Residency: Internal Medicine, New York University
Fellowship: Infectious Diseases, Emory University
Dr. Dionne-Odom completed residency training and was chief resident at New York University before training in Infectious Diseases at Emory University. She completed additional training in Global Health as an NIH Fogarty Clinical Infectious Disease Fellow in Zambia and Rwanda, where she studied HIV and syphilis co-infection. She joined the ID faculty at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in 2009 and then joined the UAB Infectious Diseases faculty in 2013.
Her clinical and research interests include HIV and STD co-infection, HIV in pregnancy and global health. Dr. Dionne-Odom's work includes an HIV PEPFAR project in Southern Haiti with a focus on improving clinical care and preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV.