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Andrew T Anglemyer
Graduate School of Operational and Information Sciences
Phone: (831) 656-3048
Andy's career in public health and epidemiology began long before his formal education in the field. After a 5-year stint in the US Army as a Russian translator and intelligence professional, he left the military and began studying epidemiology and public health at UC Berkeley, receiving his MPH in epidemiology/biostatistics in 2006 and his PhD in epidemiology in 2010. For the last 8 years Dr Anglemyer has been an active member of numerous HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention guideline development committees for the World Health Organization. He has led multiple studies and meta-analyses/systematic reviews on various health topic areas including firearms and the risk of violence, HIV treatment and prevention, pediatric hyponatremia, acute kidney injury, colorectal cancer, among others.
- 2016 - current: Assistant Professor
infectious diseases, HIV, violence, public health
epidemiology, study design, applied statistical analysis
- Journal Article
- Ryan, A., Matsangas, P., Anglemyer, A. T., & Shattuck, N. L, (2017). Improving Sleep Attributes of Military Personnel in Operational Settings by Controlling Exposure to Blue Light. Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 1(61), 906-910.