Dr. Anna Vinogradova is an HIV specialist with extensive clinical, program and laboratory training. She has 10 years of experience in HIV/hepatitis research, clinical trials research, and implementing HIV prevention programs both in the clinic and in the community. She has also organized and conducted HIV prevention trainings and events.
Dr.Vinogradova was awarded her M.S. in epidemiology from State University of New York, her Ph.D. in dentistry from St. Petersburg Medical Academy of Postgraduate Studies, and her D.D.S. degree from Pavlov Medical University. She has received additional post-graduate laboratory training in HIV sequencing and drug resistance from the World Health Organization’s viral pathogenesis laboratory in Madrid, Spain.
She has worked in various positions in HIV/AIDS medicine/dentistry; HIV/AIDS prevention programming; and, with several international epidemiological studies. These studies have included the PANCEA project with UCSF, the EuroSIDA project with Copenhagen HIV Programme, and the Russian Behavioral Surveillance study with Family Health International. In these positions she has been responsible for patient selection and recruitment; data collection and management; team training; primary analysis and reports; and, designing further study steps.
Dr. Vinogradova is a recipient of three grants from USAID, the HIV Research Trust and the Dutch MATRA program. She is co-author of a number of peer-reviewed articles. She speaks English, Russian and Spanish fluently.