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Meghan Ann Baker, M.D.

TitleInstructor in Population Medicine
InstitutionHarvard Pilgrim Healthcare
DepartmentPopulation Medicine
AddressHMS/Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute
Population Medicine, 6th Floor
133 Brookline Ave
Boston MA 02215
Phone617/509-9946
Fax617/509-9847

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Dr. Baker is an Instructor in the Department of Population Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. She also practices medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She has experience in infectious disease epidemiology with a focus on the impact of diabetes and host genetic factors on tuberculosis disease. She received her MD at Harvard Medical School and her Doctor of Science at Harvard School of Public Health. She joins the Mini-Sentinel project with a focus on methods to monitor vaccine-related health outcomes and the use of a common data model to evaluate medical product safety.


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  1. Baker MA, Wilson D, Wallengren K, Sandgren A, Iartchouk O, Broodie N, Goonesekera SD, Sabeti PC, Murray MB. Polymorphisms in the gene that encodes the iron transport protein ferroportin 1 influence susceptibility to tuberculosis. J Infect Dis. 2012 Apr 1; 205(7):1043-7.
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  2. Baker MA, Lin HH, Chang HY, Murray MB. The risk of tuberculosis disease among persons with diabetes mellitus: a prospective cohort study. Clin Infect Dis. 2012 Mar; 54(6):818-25.
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  3. Baker MA, Harries AD, Jeon CY, Hart JE, Kapur A, Lönnroth K, Ottmani SE, Goonesekera SD, Murray MB. The impact of diabetes on tuberculosis treatment outcomes: a systematic review. BMC Med. 2011; 9:81.
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  4. Baker MA, Harries AD, Jeon CY, Hart JE, Kapur A, Lönnroth K, Ottmani SE, Goonesekera SD, Murray MB. BMC Med. The impact of diabetes on tuberculosis treatment outcomes: A systematic review. 2011; 1(9):81.
  5. Jeon CY, Harries AD, Baker MA, Hart JE, Kapur A, Lönnroth K, Ottmani SE, Goonesekera S, Murray MB. Bi-directional screening for tuberculosis and diabetes: a systematic review. Trop Med Int Health. 2010 Nov; 15(11):1300-14.
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  6. Ottmani SE, Murray MB, Jeon CY, Baker MA, Kapur A, Lonnroth K, Harries AD. . Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. Consultation Meeting on Tuberculosis and Diabetes Mellitus: Meeting summary and recommendations. 2010; 12(14):1513-1517.
  7. Jeon CY, Harries AD, Baker MA, Hart JE, Kapur A, Lönnroth K, Ottmani SE, Goonesekera S, Murray MB. . Tropical Medicine & International Health. Bi-directional screening for tuberculosis and diabetes: a systematic review. 2010; 11(15):1300-1314.
  8. Zerpa N, Pabón R, Wide A, Gavidia M, Medina M, Cáceres JL, Capaldo J, Baker M, Noya O. Evaluation of the OptiMAL test for diagnosis of malaria in Venezuela. Invest Clin. 2008 Mar; 49(1):93-101.
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  9. Rachel P. Simmons, Meghan A. Baker, Nesli Basgoz. Infectious Diseases. Pocket Medicine. 2008; 6.1-6.22.
  10. Christoforidis JB, Warden SM, Farrell GM, Baker MA, Mukai S. Histology of retina overlying bacterial subretinal abscess and implications for treatment. Submitted for publication. 2007.
  11. McLean CA, Kohl K, Baker MA, Sinclair MF, Ciesielski CA, Markowitz LE. The syphilis reactor grid: help or hindrance for syphilis surveillance? Sex Transm Dis. 2003 Aug; 30(8):650-3.
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  12. Lobel HO, Baker MA, Gras FA, Stennies GM, Meerburg P, Hiemstra E, Parise M, Odero M, Waiyaki P. Use of malaria prevention measures by North American and European travelers to East Africa. J Travel Med. 2001 Jul-Aug; 8(4):167-72.
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  13. Stagg AR, Fleming JC, Baker MA, Sakamoto M, Cohen N, Neufeld EJ. Defective high-affinity thiamine transporter leads to cell death in thiamine-responsive megaloblastic anemia syndrome fibroblasts. J Clin Invest. 1999 Mar; 103(5):723-9.
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  14. Ryan ET, Butterton JR, Zhang T, Baker MA, Stanley SL, Calderwood SB. Oral immunization with attenuated vaccine strains of Vibrio cholerae expressing a dodecapeptide repeat of the serine-rich Entamoeba histolytica protein fused to the cholera toxin B subunit induces systemic and mucosal antiamebic and anti-V. cholerae antibody responses in mice. Infect Immun. 1997 Aug; 65(8):3118-25.
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  15. Baker, M.A. and M.V. Perez. . Risk factors for perinatal mortality in San Juan, Sacatepequez, Guatemala, a rural indigenous community. Soma Weiss Research Poster Session, Harvard Medical School. 1997.
  16. Calderwood SB, Baker MA, Carroll PA, Michel JL, Arbeit RD, Ausubel FM. Use of cleaved amplified polymorphic sequences to distinguish strains of Staphylococcus epidermidis. J Clin Microbiol. 1996 Nov; 34(11):2860-5.
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