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Chase Cannon is a Senior Infectious Disease Fellow and primary care provider for people living with HIV at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Dr. Cannon completed medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, then Internal Medicine training at Tulane University in New Orleans. Along with his fellowship, Dr. Cannon is working toward a Master of Public Health at the University of Washington. His research focuses on the expansion of services for the prevention of HIV, syphilis, and other sexually transmitted infections.
Dr. Quinlan is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at The George Washington University. He has close to 5 years of experience teaching a range of graduate courses in epidemiology and biostatistics, both in the on-campus and online environment. He received his BS in biochemistry from the University of Delaware and his MS and PhD in Epidemiology from The George Washington University.
His dissertation research involved an examination of the role of infections in cancer development, specifically looking at the most common cancers in solid organ transplant recipients. Dr. Quinlan has taught courses in introductory epidemiology and biostatistics, advanced data analysis methods for public health, and the epidemiology of drug and vaccine safety.