Ruanne Barnabas

Professor, Global Health
Professor, Medicine - Allergy and Infectious Dis.
Adjunct Professor, Epidemiology

Box 359927
325 Ninth Ave
Seattle, WA 98104-2499


Research Interests

HIV treatment and prevention, Sexually transmitted infections, Mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, Health economic modeling


DPhil Epidemiology, University of Oxford, 2005

MSc Epidemiology, University of Oxford, 2000

MBChB Medicine & Surgery, University of Cape Town (South Africa), 1997

In the News

Study finds just one dose of HPV vaccine may be enough
HealthDay, 04/12/2022

Single-dose HPV vaccine highly effective, researchers say
UW Medicine Newsroom, 11/30/2021

Double dose of debate: Opinions vary on timing of COVID vaccine shots as potential 4th wave looms
GeekWire, 03/19/2021

Double Dose of Debate: Opinions Vary on Timing of COVID Vaccine Shots as Potential 4th Wave Looms
GeekWire, 03/19/2021

Opinion: Specialists Back Single-Dose Vaccine Strategy for COVID-19
DGH News, 01/04/2021

These scientists are still studying the world's most controversial drug, but they can't find enough people to take it
Buzzfeed News, 09/28/2020

FDA withdraws emergency use authorization for hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine
KUOW, 06/15/2020

Everyone — including Trump — has an opinion about this potential COVID-19 treatment, and that’s making it hard to find out if it works
The Boston Globe, 05/30/2020

UW to lead national study of drug promoted by President Trump to fight coronavirus
The Seattle Times, 04/24/2020

Why lupus patients find hydroxychloroquine in short supply
NPR, 04/01/2020