Bree A. Weaver, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
A Louisiana native and graduate of Louisiana State Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, Dr. Weaver moved to Indianapolis to complete her Medicine-Pediatrics residency training at IUSM. A 2010 recipient of the prestigious ASTDA Developmental Award, Dr. Weaver focuses her HPV research interests to include the natural history of oral HPV infection, HPV infection in adolescent males and the behavioral correlates of STI acquisition in adolescents. She serves as the clinical director of Infectious Diseases at Eskenazi Health Services and her clinical practice consists of inpatient and outpatient ID consults as well as care of children and adults living with HIV.
Emerson Hall, Suite 421 545 N Barnhill Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5124
Titles & Appointments
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
HIV and STI prevention, Clinical research in new HIV treatment strategies, including clinical trials of new antiretroviral medications, Behavioral correlates of sexually transmitted infection acquisition in adolescents
Association of Chlamydia trachomatis infection with redetection of human papillomavirus after apparent clearance.
High frequency of human papillomavirus detection in the vagina before first vaginal intercourse among females enrolled in a longitudinal cohort study.
Low-level persistence of human papillomavirus 16 DNA in a cohort of closely followed adolescent women.
Natural history of multiple human papillomavirus infections in female adolescents with prolonged follow-up.
Human papillomavirus detection and typing in thin prep cervical cytologic specimens comparing the Digene Hybrid Capture II Assay, the Roche Linear Array HPV Genotyping Assay, and the Kurabo GeneSquare Microarray Assay.
American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
Desc: Arthur White Fellow in Infectious Diseases
Org: Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
Desc: Outstanding Young Clinician