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Adrienne E.

Infectious Diseases
Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy & Infectious Diseases
Attending Physician, Infectious Diseases
Associate in Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Division (VIDD), Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
Associate Medical Director, Seattle Vaccine Trials Unit
Sites of Practice
HMC - Harborview Medical Center HMC
HMC - Madison Satellite Clinic, Snohomish County

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Dr. Shapiro's research focuses on the epidemiology, prevention, and treatment delivery for three of the leading causes of global infectious diseases mortality: tuberculosis (TB), HIV, and COVID-19. Dr. Shapiro’s primary research streams include: 

1) Prevention science (including case-finding, delivery of TB preventive therapy, and vaccines) and diagnostics for TB, with a focus on people living with HIV; 

2) HIV prevention and care cascades, with a dual focus on southern Africa and vaccines, and 

3) COVID-19 prevention and treatment for vulnerable populations, including people living with HIV. 


Dr. Shapiro partners with collaborators in settings including South Africa, Cambodia, and the United States, and her work spans diverse approaches including clinical trials, implementation studies, and observational epidemiology. She prioritizes research questions and approaches that address the disparities in access to diagnosis, prevention and good clinical outcomes for TB, HIV, and COVID-19. 

research interests

  • Tuberculosis prevention (LTBI treatment, vaccines)
  • Tuberculosis screening & diagnostics 
  • HIV prevention & vaccines
  • COVID-19 epidemiology, vaccines, & therapeutics
  • TB, HIV, COVID-19 syndemic epidemiology
  • Clinical trials
  • Implementation science

clinical interests

  • HIV Primary Care
  • TB Prevention & Treatment
  • STI Prevention & Treatment
  • General Infectious Diseases

education & training

AB, Harvard College, Cambridge, MA (2002)

MSc, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK (2003)

MD, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD (2013)

PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD (2013)

Internship in Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (2014)

Residency in Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (2015)

Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2019


2022    Featured Early Stage Investigator, CFAR Network of Integrated Systems (CNICS) annual meeting

2019    IAS International Scholarship

2018    CROI 2019 New Investigator Scholarship

2018    University of Washington TB Research and Training Center (TRTC), TB Junior Investigator Award

2018    CFAR New Investigator Award, UW/Fred Hutch CFAR

2013    Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society

2011    Arthur M. Dannenberg, Jr. Award, Johns Hopkins University Center for TB Research