Stoner’s research addresses social and behavioral determinants of sexually transmitted disease risk, as well as sociocultural factors which influence infectious disease risk in human populations. He currently serves as Medical Director of the St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, as well as Co-Director of the Midwest Center for Capacity Building Assistance for HIV Prevention, and is past-president of the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association (ASTDA). He is board-certified in infectious diseases and internal medicine.
While measles and the human papillomavirus (HPV) are vastly different diseases, failing to get vaccinated against them can have equally serious consequences, suggests Bradley Stoner, PhD, a medical anthropologist who studies infectious disease transmission at Washington University in St. Louis.
Bradley P. Stoner, MD, PhD, has been elected president of the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association, the national society that represents researchers and clinicians specializing in sexually transmitted infections.
Arthur Kleinman, MD, one of the world’s leading medical anthropologists, will speak on the campus of Washington University in St. Louis for the Assembly Series. His lecture, “The Quest for Moral Wisdom in Academic Life: Why William James Still Matters for the Art of Living,” will begin at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 5, in Graham Chapel.