University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Infectious Disease

Bio for Kristen Pierce, M.D.
Kristen Pierce, M.D.

Kristen Pierce, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Director, Infectious Disease Fellowship Training Program


Contact Information

Office Location:
University of Vermont Medical Center, 111 Colchester Avenue, Mailstop 115 SM2, Burlington, VT 05401

Education

1998 - 2003 University of Vermont, College of Medicine, M. D. Degree
1988 - 1993 University of Colorado, B.A. in Humanities, Honors
2003 - 2006 University of Vermont / Fletcher Allen Health Care, Residency: Internal Medicine
2006 - 2008 University of Vermont / Fletcher Allen Health Care, Fellowship: Infectious Disease

Academic Appointments

2008 - 2014   Assistant Professor of Medicine,  
Infectious Disease Unit, Fletcher Allen Health Care
2010 - 2013 Associate Director, Infectious Disease Fellowship Program
2013 - present    Director, Infectious Disease Fellowship Training Program, Fletcher Allen Health Care
2014 - Present   Associate Professor of Medicine,  
Infectious Disease Unit, Fletcher Allen Health Care

Publications

Durbin, Anna P.  Kirkpatrick, Beth D., Pierce, Kristen K., Schmidt, Alexander C., Whitehead, Stephen S.  Development and clinical evaluation of multiple investigational monovalent DENV vaccines to identify components for inclusion in a live attenuated tetravalent DENV vaccine.  Vaccine:2011, 29; 7212-7250

Ahern, J   Pierce, K  Pharmacokinetics:  Practical Applications of Antimicrobial Therapy.  Infectious Disease in Clinical Practice.  January 2011;19: 16-24

Lyon CE, Sadigh KS, Carmolli MP, Polly F, Porter C, Larsson C, Pierce K, Guerry study team, Darsley M, Kirkpatrick B. Recrudesecent Camplyobacter jejuni Infection in an Immunocompetent Adult following Experimental Infection with Well-Characterized Organism.  Clinical Vaccine and Immunology:2010, 17:80-86

Ahern J, Pierce K. Pharmacokinetics. Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice. 2010

Pierce K, Kirkpatrick B. Update on Human Infections Caused by Intestinal Protozoa. Current Opinion in Gastroenterology. 2008,25:12-17

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