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Nadine Kronfli (MD)

Junior Scientist
Centre for Outcomes Research and Evaluation
Department of Medicine (McGill)

Research Profile

 Fundamental: 0%
 Clinical: 30%
 Epidemiology: 20%
 Evaluation: 50%
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HIV • hepatitis C • vulnerable populations • evidence-based care • evidence-based policies

Research Interests

My research focuses on designing, deploying, and evaluating evidence-based models of care that aim to increase engagement along the HIV and hepatitis C virus care cascades for vulnerable populations, with a particular focus on people in prison, women, and asylum seekers. The ultimate goal of my research is to support the development of evidence-based policies to improve population health with an emphasis on controlling and eliminating HIV and hepatitis C.

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Latest Publications

  1. Cinque, F., Saeed, S., Kablawi, D., Ramos Ballesteros, L., Elgretli, W., Moodie, E. E. M., Price, C., Monteith, K., Cooper, C., Walmsley, S. L., Pick, N., Murray, M. C. M., Cox, J., Kronfli, N., Costiniuk, C. T., de Pokomandy, A., Routy, J.-P., Lebouché, B., Klein, M. B. & Sebastiani, G. (2023). Role of fatty liver in the epidemic of advanced chronic liver disease among people with HIV: protocol for the Canadian LIVEHIV multicentre prospective cohort. BMJ open, vol. 13, p. e076547.
  2. Snell, G., Marshall, A. D., van Gennip, J., Bonn, M., Butler-McPhee, J., Cooper, C. L., Kronfli, N., Williams, S., Bruneau, J., Feld, J. J., Janjua, N. Z., Klein, M., Cunningham, N., Grebely, J. & Bartlett, S. R. (2023). Public reimbursement policies in Canada for direct-acting antiviral treatment of hepatitis C virus infection: A descriptive study. Canadian liver journal, vol. 6, p. 190-200.
  3. Stannah, J., Soni, N., Lam, J. K. S., Giguère, K., Mitchell, K. M., Kronfli, N., Larmarange, J., Moh, R., Nouaman, M., Kouamé, G. M., Boily, M.-C. & Maheu-Giroux, M. (2023). Trends in HIV testing, the treatment cascade, and HIV incidence among men who have sex with men in Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The lancet. HIV, vol. 10, p. e528-e542.
  4. Lanièce Delaunay, C., Klein, M. B., Godin, A., Cox, J., Kronfli, N., Lebouché, B., Doyle, C. & Maheu-Giroux, M. (2023). Public health interventions, priority populations, and the impact of COVID-19 disruptions on hepatitis C elimination among people who have injected drugs in Montreal (Canada): A modeling study. The International journal on drug policy, vol. 116, p. 104026.
  5. Passos-Castilho, A. M., Udhesister, S. T. P., Fontaine, G., Jeong, D., Dickie, M., Lund, C., Russell, R. & Kronfli, N. (2023). The 11th Canadian Symposium on Hepatitis C Virus: 'Getting back on track towards hepatitis C elimination'. Canadian liver journal, vol. 6, p. 56-69.
  6. Elgretli, W., Chen, T., Kronfli, N. & Sebastiani, G. (2023). Hepatitis C Virus-Lipid Interplay: Pathogenesis and Clinical Impact. Biomedicines, vol. 11.
  7. Zolotarova, T., Dussault, C., Park, H., Varsaneux, O., Basta, N. E., Watson, L., Robert, P., Davis, S., Mercer, M., Timmerman, S., Bransfield, M., Minhas, M., Kempis, R. & Kronfli, N. (2023). Education increases COVID-19 vaccine uptake among people in Canadian federal prisons in a prospective randomized controlled trial: The EDUCATE study. Vaccine, vol. 41, p. 1419-1425.
  8. Royston, L., Isnard, S., Berini, C. A., Bu, S., Lakatos, P. L., Bessissow, T., Chomont, N., Klein, M., Lebouché, B., de Pokomandy, A., Kronfli, N., Costiniuk, C. T., Thomas, R., Tremblay, C., Boivin, G. & Routy, J.-P. (2023). Influence of letermovir treatment on gut inflammation in people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy: protocol of the open-label controlled randomised CIAO study. BMJ open, vol. 13, p. e067640.
  9. Park, H., Linthwaite, B., Dussault, C., Halavrezos, A., Chalifoux, S., Sherman, J., Del Balso, L., Buxton, J. A., Cox, J. & Kronfli, N. (2022). Factors associated with changes in illicit opioid use during the COVID-19 pandemic among incarcerated people who use drugs in Quebec, Canada. International journal of prisoner health, vol. 19, p. 464-73.
  10. Kronfli, N., Dussault, C., Maheu-Giroux, M., Halavrezos, A., Chalifoux, S., Park, H., Balso, L. D., Cheng, M. P. & Cox, J. (2022). Importance of occupation for SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence and COVID-19 vaccination among correctional workers in Quebec, Canada: A cross-sectional study. Frontiers in public health, vol. 10, p. 1021871.
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