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Shaffiq Essajee

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
NYU Pediatric Infectious Dis & Immunology

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-1534

Education

1990 — Oxford U Medical School, Medical Education

Research Interests

Operational Research/Internal Health|Peds HIV/ HIV / AIDS

Integration of HIV in child survival platforms: a novel programmatic pathway towards the 90-90-90 targets
Chamla, Dick D; Essajee, Shaffiq; Young, Mark; Kellerman, Scott; Lovich, Ronnie; Sugandhi, Nandita; Amzel, Anouk; Luo, Chewe. Integration of HIV in child survival platforms: a novel programmatic pathway towards the 90-90-90 targets. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 2015 Dec 2;18(Suppl 6):20250-20250 (1869592)

Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children
Essajee, Shaffiq M; Arpadi, Stephen M; Dziuban, Eric J; Gonzalez-Montero, Raul; Heidari, Shirin; Jamieson, David G; Kellerman, Scott E; Koumans, Emilia; Ojoo, Atieno; Rivadeneira, Emilia; Spector, Stephen A; Walkowiak, Helena. Pediatric treatment 2.0: ensuring a holistic response to caring for HIV-exposed and infected children. AIDS. 2013 Nov ;27 Suppl 2:S215-S224 (897242)

HIV testing for children in resource-limited settings: what are we waiting for?
Kellerman, Scott; Essajee, Shaffiq. HIV testing for children in resource-limited settings: what are we waiting for?. PLoS medicine. 2010 Jul 20;7(7):e1000285-e1000285 (134326)

Early treatment of HIV: implications for resource-limited settings
Hobbs, Charlotte V; Essajee, Shaffiq M. Early treatment of HIV: implications for resource-limited settings. Current opinion in HIV & AIDS. 2009 May ;4(3):222-231 (100201)

Monitoring virologic responses to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected adults in Kenya: evaluation of a low-cost viral load assay
Sivapalasingam, Sumathi; Wangechi, Beatrice; Marshed, Fatuma; Laverty, Maura; Essajee, Shaffiq; Holzman, Robert S; Valentine, Fred. Monitoring virologic responses to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected adults in Kenya: evaluation of a low-cost viral load assay. PLoS one. 2009 Aug 28;4(8):e6828-e6828 (101963)