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Infectious Diseases
Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,
Medical Director, Public Health--Seattle & King County Sexual Health Clinic
Sites of Practice
Harborview Medical Center

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Tim Menza, MD, PhD (he/they), is an infectious disease specialist with advanced training and expertise in HIV, STI, and viral hepatitis prevention and care. Tim has extensive experience in creating, implementing, and evaluating public health policy and advocating for communities through public health system-level change. As medical director of Oregon’s HIV/STD/TB program, Tim facilitated the implementation of a free statewide home HIV/STI testing program, public health accountability metrics for the prevention of congenital syphilis, partnerships with correctional facilities to increase HIV/STI/HCV testing, and led Oregon’s response to mpox. Tim is currently an associate professor in the department of medicine at the University of Washington and a medical director of the Sexual Health Clinic with Public Health—Seattle & King County.  Tim sees patients at Madison Clinic and the MAX Clinic. 

research interests

  • Development, implementation, and evaluation of public health programs for HIV/STI/viral hepatitis prevention and care.

clinical interests

  • HIV prevention, care, and treatment
  • Syphilis and congenital syphilis
  • Sexual health promotion
  • Gender-affirming care
  • General infectious disease

education & training

BA, Biology, Williams College (2001)

PhD, Epidemiology, University of Washington (2009)

MD, University of Washington (2009) 

Residency, Medicine-Pediatrics, Brigham & Women's Hospital/Boston Children's Hospital (2011-2015)

Chief Residency, Medicine-Pediatrics, Brigham & Women's Hospital/Boston Children's Hospital (2014-2015)

Fellowship, Infectious Disease, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2015-2017)


1999  Perkins Scholarship for Academic Excellence, Williams College
2000  1957 Scholars Program Scholarship, Williams College
2000  Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Williams College
2000   Sigma Xi, Williams College
2001   Erastus C. Benedict First Prize in Biology, Williams College
2001   Francis Sessions Hutchins Class of 1900 Memorial Fellowship Prize, Williams College
2004   Poncin Scholarship, University of Washington
2006   ARCS Foundation Fellowship, University of Washington
2008  Gay Men’s Health Movement Leadership Academy, White  Crane Institute
2009  Graduate School Medal Finalist, University of Washington    
2011   Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Washington
2013  Hopkins GIM Housestaff Research Award David Levine Award for Behavioral Medicine and Health Disparities, Johns Hopkins University 
2014  Clinical Case Competition Winner, National Med-Peds