Dr. Rosenberg is the Deputy Director for Science in the Office of Public Health, at the New York State Department of Health. He is also an associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University at Albany School of Public Health, State University of New York.
His research has focused on studies and methods to address public health challenges in HIV, sexually transmitted infections, viral hepatitis, drug-user health, and emerging infectious diseases including COVID-19.
During his time at Emory University, his research was conducted as part of the PRISM Health research group at Rollins (faculty: Drs. Jodie Guest, Sam Jenness, Jeb Jones, Colleen Kelley, Travis Sanchez, Aaron Siegler, Patrick Sullivan, and Kristin Wall).
Areas of Interest
- Behavior and Health
- Disease Surveillance
- HIV/AIDS Prevention
- Infectious Disease
- Sexual Health/Behavior
- Statistical Modeling
- Vector-borne/Zoonotic Diseases
- Ph.D. (Epidemiology) 2012, Emory University
- BS (Biometry and Statistics) 2006, Cornell University