Deborah Donnell, PhD

Deborah Donnell, PhD


University of Washington, 1987, PhD (Statistics)
University of Auckland, 1982, MA (Mathematics)
University of Auckland, 1980, BA (Mathematics and Music)

Research Interests

  • Clinical trials
    • Design, monitoring, and analysis of Phase III efficacy trials of behavioral and clinical interventions to prevent HIV transmission
    • Clinical trial data management in international settings with resource and infrastructure challenges
    • Group randomized trials
  • Analysis of complex behavioral and adherence data and its relationship to efficacy and effectiveness
  • Collection and analysis of repeated measure behavioral data
  • Use and applications of surveillance data to HIV prevention research.

Current Projects

  • PI, Statistical Data Management Center (SDMC) for HIV Prevention Trials Network
  • Evaluating the efficacy of drug treatment in prevention of HIV infection and death among opiate-dependent injection drug users (HPTN058)
  • Evaluating the feasibility of an enhanced test, link to care plus treat approach for HIV prevention in the United States (HPTN065 TLC-Plus)
  • Partners Pre-exposure Prophylaxis with Discordant Partners (Partners PrEP)
  • Swaziland HIV Incidence Study (SHIMS)

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Deborah Donnell, PhD

Contact Information

(206) 667-5661
(206) 667-4378
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Mail Stop M2-C200