Kimberly Powers, PhD
Kimberly Powers, PhD
Honors and AwardsTeaching Excellence and Innovation Award
2020, Gillings School of Global Public HealthPostdoctoral Award for Research Excellence
2011, The University of North Carolina at Chapel HillDelta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
2010, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Gillings School of Global Public HealthRebecca James Baker Memorial Scholarship
2010, University of North Carolina Department of EpidemiologyCornoni-Huntley Scholarship
2008, University of North Carolina Department of EpidemiologyKaplan Student Publication Award
2008, University of North Carolina Department of EpidemiologyPhi Beta Kappa
1998, Hamilton CollegeSumma cum laude
1998, Hamilton College
EPID 755: Introduction to Infectious Disease Epidemiology
EPID 799C: Advanced Methods in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
EPID 894: Infectious Disease Seminar
Infectious Disease Transmission
HIV Care Continuum
Acute HIV Infection
Longitudinal trajectories of HIV care retention in North Carolina. Powers KA, Samoff E, Weaver MA, Sampson LA, Miller WC, Leone PA, Swygard H (2017). Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 74(Suppl 2), S88-S95.
Building on the HIV cascade: a complementary ‘HIV States and Transitions’ framework for describing HIV diagnosis, care, and treatment at the population level. Powers KA, Miller WC (2015). Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 69(3), 341-347.
Ongoing HIV Transmission and the HIV Care Continuum in North Carolina. Anna B. Cope, Kimberly A. Powers, JoAnn D. Kuruc, Peter A. Leone, Jeffrey A. Anderson, Li-Hua Ping, Laura P. Kincer, Ronald Swanstrom, Victoria L. Mobley, Evelyn Foust, Cynthia L. Gay, Joseph J. Eron, Myron S. Cohen and William C. Miller (2015). PloS one, 10(6), e0127950.
Community viral load as a measure for assessment of HIV treatment as prevention. William C Miller, Kimberly A Powers, M Kumi Smith, Myron S Cohen (2013). The Lancet Infectious Diseases, 13(5), 459-464.
The role of acute and early HIV infection in the spread of HIV and implications for transmission prevention strategies in Lilongwe, Malawi: A modelling study. Kimberly A Powers, Azra C Ghani, William C Miller, Irving F Hoffman, Audrey E Pettifor, Gift Kamanga, Francis Ea Martinson, Myron S Cohen (2011). The Lancet, 378(9787), 256-268.
Visiting Scholar, Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Modeling, Imperial College London, 2010
PhD, Epidemiology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2010
Visiting Scholar, Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Modeling, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2007
MSPH, Epidemiology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
BA, Mathematics, Hamilton College, 1998