Teresa A. Batteiger, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Batteiger completed her residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Indiana University School of Medicine. She completed an additional two years as a T32 Research fellow with a focus on behavioral correlates of HPV transmission and human sexual behaviors. She joined the faculty in 2015 and is continuing her research with HPV, in addition to her clinical practice.
Emerson Hall, Suite 421 545 N Barnhill Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5124
Where Do People Go for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Tests: A Cross-Sectional View of the Central Indiana Population, 2003-2014.
Neisseria meningitidis ST11 Complex Isolates Associated with Nongonococcal Urethritis, Indiana, USA, 2015-2016.
An Integrated Surveillance System to Examine Testing, Services, and Outcomes for Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
A study of human papillomavirus on vaginally inserted sex toys, before and after cleaning, among women who have sex with women and men.
The human papillomavirus type 11 E1--E4 protein is a transglutaminase 3 substrate and induces abnormalities of the cornified cell envelope.
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine