Frederique Jacquerioz Bausch, MD, MPH, DTM&H
Assistant Professor of Clinical Tropical Medicine
Health Office for Latin America; Lima, Peru
Department of Tropical Medicine
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Instituto de Medicina Tropical Alexander von Humboldt
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
Dr. F. Jacquerioz has extensive clinical and public health experience in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa and specializes in the epidemiology and teaching of clinical tropical medicine. Dr. Jacquerioz recently moved to Lima, Peru and currently works at the Tropical Medicine Institute at Cayetano Heredia Hospital and University in the HLTV1 research team led by Dr. Eduardo Gotuzzo. She is conducting research on HTLV-1 associated diseases and pregnancy. She also collaborates on malaria vivax and enteric parasites research projects in Iquitos with the Navy Medical Research Unit (NAMRU-6) based in Lima. Up to 2011, she served as the Director of the Tulane Clinical Training program in Sierra Leone, West Africa and the Associate deputy Director of the Tulane office of Global Health. Her research interests have focused on the performance of systematic reviews on health issues relevant to global health, and on malaria. Dr. Jacquerioz was PI of a funded support conference grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to assess the impact of maternal and childbirth health systematic reviews in the Americas and is collaborator on various training grant sponsored by the Fogarty/NIH. Dr. Jacquerioz also has a keen interest in advocating for health and human rights and since 1998 has been field volunteer, board member, Vice-President (2001-2003) of the non-governmental organization Doctors of the World-Switzerland.
Epidemiology of clinical tropical diseases; Cohrane systematic review on issues relevant to global health.
- BS&A, physics, mathematics, Greek and Latin, College of the Abbey of St-Maurice, Switzerland
- MD, Lausanne Medical School, Switzerland
- Residency, internal medicine, General Hospital, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
- Diploma, tropical medicine, London School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, UK
- Certificate, tropical medicine and health travel, American Society of Tropical Medicine, USA
- MPH, epidemiology, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, USA
- 1993 Research program coordinator, Department of Immunology and Allergology, University of Geneva, Switzerland
- 1999-present Head of programme and medical advisor for Latin America missions, Doctors of the World, Switzerland
- 2000-2003 Vice-president, Doctors of the World, Switzerland
- 2003-present Director, clinical training course for MD/MPH students, Tulane Research and Training Program in West Africa
- 1993 Excellence student award, Department of Immunology and Allergology, University of Geneva, Switzerland
- 2001 Academic Society of Vaud, Switzerland
- 2002 Swiss Benevolent Society, NY
- 2004 Yale/Johnson & Johnson Scholarship in International Health for Career Physician
- 2005 Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society
Jacquérioz FA , D'Acremont V, Genton B. [Geography Medicine for Practitioners]. [French] Edition "Médecine et Hygiène," 2004.
Althabe F, Sosa C, Belizán JM, Gibbons L, Jacquerioz, F, Bergel E. Cesarean Section Rates and Maternal and Neonatal Mortality in Low-, Medium-, and High-Income Countries: An Ecological Study. Birth 2006;33(4). In press.
Drugs for preventing malaria in travelers [Protocol].The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (CDSR) issue 2, 2007.
Jacquérioz FA , Belizán JM, Buekens P. Recommendations to increase the impact of maternal and childbirth health systematic reviews in the Americas. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 2008 Jan; 22 Suppl 1:61-6.
Buekens P, Belizán JM, Jacquérioz FA . Foreword: Maternal and childbirth health systematic reviews. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 2008 Jan;22 Suppl 1:1-3.
Jacquerioz FA, Croft AM. Drugs for preventing malaria in travellers. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2009 Oct 7;4:CD006491.
Croft AM, Jacquerioz FA, Jones KL. Drugs to Prevent Malaria in Travellers: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials. Human Parasitic Diseases 2010:2 1-19
Larocque RC, Rao SR, Lee J, Ansdell V, Yates JA, Schwartz BS, Knouse M, Cahill J, Hagmann S, Vinetz J, Connor BA, Goad JA, Oladele A, Alvarez S, Stauffer W, Walker P, Kozarsky P, Franco-Paredes C, Dismukes R, Rosen J, Hynes NA, Jacquerioz F, McLellan S, Hale D, Sofarelli T, Schoenfeld D, Marano N, Brunette G, Jentes ES, Yanni E, Sotir MJ, Ryan ET; the Global TravEpiNet Consortium. Global TravEpiNet: A National Consortium of Clinics Providing Care to International Travelers--Analysis of Demographic Characteristics, Travel Destinations, and Pretravel Healthcare of High-Risk US International Travelers, 2009-2011. Clin Infect Dis. 2011 Dec 5.
Jentes ES, Keating J, Swalm C, Jacquerioz F, Sacko N, Kourouma K, Sagno J, Bryant JE, Rice J, Coulibaly M, Krogstad D, Wesson DM, and Bausch DG. Evaluation of Ecological and Human Behavioral Factors and Containers Serving as Immature Aedes Development Sites in Urban West Africa. Pending publication
Fowler, R. A., Fletcher, T., Fischer, W. A., Lamontagne, F., Jacob, S., Brett-Major, D., Jacquerioz, F. A ... & Bausch, D. (2014). Caring for critically ill patients with Ebola virus disease. Perspectives from West Africa. American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 190(7), 733-737.
Bausch, D. G., Bangura, J., Garry, R. F., Goba, A., Grant, D. S., Jacquerioz, F. A., ... & Schieffelin, J. S. (2014). A tribute to Sheik Humarr Khan and all the healthcare workers in West Africa who have sacrificed in the fight against Ebola virus disease: Mae we hush. Antiviral research, 111, 33-35.
Bah, E. I., Lamah, M. C., Fletcher, T., Jacob, S. T., Brett-Major, D. M., Sall, A. A., Jacquerioz, F. A ... & Fowler, R. A. (2015). Clinical presentation of patients with Ebola virus disease in Conakry, Guinea. New England Journal of Medicine, 372(1), 40-47.
Brett-Major, D. M., Jacob, S. T., Jacquerioz, F. A., Risi, G. F., Fischer, W. A., Kato, Y., ... & Fletcher, T. E. (2015). Being ready to treat Ebola virus disease patients. The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene, 92(2), 233-237.
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