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Jonathan Feelemyer, PhD, MS, MPhil
NYU School of Global Public Health - Project Director
Education
PhD, Epidemiology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
MPhil, Epidemiology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
MS, Epidemiology, University at Albany School of Public Health
BA, Health and Society, University of Rochester
Research Interests
Injecting drug use, epidemiology, HIV, HCV, sexually transmitted diseases, harm reduction, research synthesis
BIO
Jonathan Feelemyer is a project director at the NYU School of Global Public Health.  His research interests include HIV, hepatitis C, sexually transmitted diseases, injection drug use, and harm reduction for at risk populations. His research is focused on international settings specifically in Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe. He has published numerous publications in academic journals and has presented his work at national and international conferences.  He has collaborated with researchers from New York University, Columbia University, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and researchers in Estonia, Vietnam, Russia, France, and other countries.  He has worked collaboratively on numerous meta-analysis and systematic review studies, synthesizing research from multiple countries and time periods examining different research topics related to HIV and HCV.  He currently works with Dr. Don Des Jarlais on research projects addressing harm reduction, combined prevention, and reductions in HIV and HCV among different at risk populations, with special focus on high prevalence settings worldwide.
Publications

Recent

Huong DT, Moles JP, Khue PM, Vallo R, Giang HT, Vinh VH, Oanh KTH, Thanh NTT, Nguyen DQ, Quillet C, Rapoud D, Van de Perre P, Castellani J, Feelemyer J, Michel L, Laureillard D, Des Jarlais D, Nagot N (2022).
A community-based intervention to decrease the prevalence of HIV viremia among people who inject drugs in Vietnam
Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific, 27, 100538. doi: 10.1016/j.lanwpc.2022.100538. PMCID: PMC9287471.

Scheidell JD, Kapadia F, Turpin RE, Mazumdar M, Dyer TV, Feelemyer J, Cleland CM, Brewer R, Parker SD, Irvine NM, Remch M, Mayer KH, Khan MR (2022).
Incarceration, social support networks, and health among Black sexual minority men and transgender women: Evidence from the HPTN 061 study
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19 (19), 12064. doi: 10.3390/ijerph191912064.

Des Jarlais DC, Behrends CN, Corcorran MA, Glick SN, Perlman DC, Kapadia SN, Lu X, Feelemyer J, LaKosky P, Prohaska SM, Schackman BR (2022).
Availability of and obstacles to providing COVID-19 vaccinations at syringe services programs in the United States, 2021
Public Health Reports [Epub 2022 Sep 16]. doi: 10.1177/00333549221120241.

Des Jarlais D, Bobashev G, Feelemyer J, McKnight C (2022).
Modeling HIV transmission among persons who inject drugs (PWID) at the “End of the HIV Epidemic” and during the COVID-19 pandemic
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 238, 109573. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2022.109573. PMCID: PMC9278993.

Dyer TV, Feelemyer J, Scheidell JD, Turpin RE, Brewer R, Mazumdar M, Fortune N, Severe M, Cleland CM, Remch M, Mayer K, Khan MR (2022).
Estimating the influence of incarceration on subsequent experience with violence among Black men who have sex with men in the HPTN061 study
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37 (17-18), NP16327-NP16350. doi: 10.1177/08862605211021970.


Notable

Feelemyer J, Des Jarlais D, Arasteh K, Abdul-Quader AS, Hagan H (2014).
Retention of participants in medication-assisted programs in low- and middle-income countries: An international systematic review
Addiction, 109 (1), 20-32. doi: 10.1111/add.12303. PMCID: PMC5312702.

Feelemyer J, Des Jarlais DC, Arasteh K, Phillips BW, Hagan H (2014).
Changes in quality of life (WHOQOL-BREF) and addiction severity index (ASI) among participants in opioid substitution treatment (OST) in low and middle income countries: An international systematic review
Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 134, 251-258. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2013.10.011. PMCID: PMC3880839.

Feelemyer J, Des Jarlais D, Arasteh K, Uuskula A (2015).
Adherence to antiretroviral medications among persons who inject drugs in transitional, low and middle income countries: An international systematic review
AIDS and Behavior, 19 (4), 575-583. doi: 10.1007/s10461-014-0928-3. PMCID: PMC4393761.

Jonathan Feelemyer's ResearchGate Profile