Ellen Morrison

Ellen Morrison

Ellen Morrison

Assistant Professor
Epidemiology and Medicine at the Columbia University Medical Center


180 Ft Washington, Harkness 6-640
New York NY 10032


Dr. Ellen Morrison is an infectious disease specialist who has extensive experience in HIV care, healthcare provider education, and HIV testing. She directs the HIV counseling and testing service at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. She also directs a New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute funded fellowship in HIV care, the Nicholas Rango HIV Scholars Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital. In addition to her focus on HIV, including healthcare provider recognition of HIV risk and HIV infection in the elderly, Dr. Morrison also has interests in other sexually transmitted infections and infectious diseases in pregnancy.



MPH, 1996, Columbia University
MD, 1984, Washington University
BA, 1979, Olivet Nazarene College

Areas of Expertise

Global Health, HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Infectious Disease, Addiction/Drug Abuse

Select Urban Health Activities

Director of HIV Counseling & Testing SVC, NYP: Direct a HIV Testing & Counseling Service at NYP
Director of Nicholas Rango Clinical Scholars program at NYP: This program is a two year post-graduate clinical fellowship for health care providers that combines clinical training in HIV care with training in public health & epidemiology

Select Publications

Morrison EAB and Levenson J Medical Treatment and Occupational Exposure. In: Psychiatric Aspects of HIV/AIDS Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Philadelphia 2006

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