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Robert J. Kim-Farley

Robert J. Kim-Farley
Professor In-Residence


DepartmentsType of Faculty
EpidemiologyPart Time
Community Health SciencesPart Time
Contact Information

BOX 951772 46-070 CHS
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772

Areas of Interest: 

Epidemiology and International Health methods of control of communicable diseases; the application of methods of disease control for reduction, elimination and eradication of communicable diseases in populations; and the use of epidemiology for evidence-based health policy. Mitigation of, preparedness for, and response to the natural occurrence, accidental release, or the deliberate use of biological agents that affect health.



BSEE University of California, Santa Barbara
MPH, University of California, Los Angeles
MD, University of California, San Fransisco
This faculty member is available to serve as: 
Doctoral Advisor
PhD Committee Member
MS Thesis Committee Member
MS Report Committee Member
Field Studies Advisor

Please check with the faculty member or their office about availability to serve during current academic period.

Selected Publications: 

Taylor Melanie M, Rotblatt Harlan, Brooks John T, Montoya Jorge, Aynalem Getahun, Smith Lisa, Kenney Kerry, Laubacher Lori, Bustamante Tony, Kim-Farley Robert, Fielding Jonathan, Bernard Bruce, Daar Eric, Kerndt Peter R Epidemiologic investigation of a cluster of workplace HIV infections in the adult film industry: Los Angeles, California, 2004.. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. 2007; 44(2): 301-5.

Kim-Farley Robert J, Celentano John T, Gunter Carol, Jones Jessica W, Stone Rogelio A, Aller Raymond D, Mascola Laurene, Grigsby Sharon F, Fielding Jonathan E Standardized emergency management system and response to a smallpox emergency.. Prehospital and disaster medicine : the official journal of the National Association of EMS Physicians and the World Association for Emergency and Disaster Medicine in association with the Acute Care Foundation. 2007; 18(4): 313-20.