Dr. Amber D’Souza
Dr. Amber D’Souza is an Associate Professor Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has a M.S. in Molecular and cellular biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1999), an MPH in Disease Control (2001) from the University of Texas-Houston, and a PhD in infectious disease epidemiology from Johns Hopkins (2007). Dr D’Souza leads a research program on infectious causes of cancer, screening and prevention of cancer, and risk reduction among high risk populations. She is a member of the NIH HPV Vaccine Trial Working Group, and Pl of the datacenter for the MACS-WI HS Combined Cohort Study -the longest observational epidemiologic study of HIV in the United States. Dr. D’Souza is known for her research on oral HPV infection and its role in head and neck cancer. She has over 150 publications and her research has been cited over 8,000 times.