Kerri L. Barton is part of the Research Navigation team at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute with efforts focused on Rural Health Research and Delivery. Kerri is working toward building research capacity in rural communities in Maine participating in the Northern New England Clinical and Translational Research (NNE-CTR) Network, fostering partnerships with researchers, clinicians, and community organizations to bridge project work.
Kerri received her Master of Public Health from Boston University in 2011 and is trained as an epidemiologist. Kerri has scientific and healthcare experience in the field, community, laboratory, clinic, and cubicle, and is committed to leveraging expertise across these settings to improve health.
Shenoy, E.S., et al., Transmission of Mobile Colistin Resistance (mcr-1) by Duodenoscope. Clin Infect Dis, 2018.
Chang, M.S., et al., Postpartum Laboratory Follow-up in Women With Hepatitis B in Massachusetts From 2007 to 2012. J Clin Gastroenterol, 2016. 50(6): p. e60-4.
Barton, K., et al., Follow-up testing for hepatitis C virus infection: an analysis of Massachusetts surveillance data, 2007-2010. Public Health Rep, 2014. 129(5): p. 403-7.