Heidi Bauer MD, MS, MPH

Associate Adjunct Professor
Epidemiology

Heidi M. Bauer is an Assistant Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology and Branch Chief of the STD Control Branch in the California Department of Health.

Heidi M. Bauer is an Assistant Adjunct Professor in the Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley. Since 1999, Heidi M. Bauer, MD, MS, MPH has worked for the STD Control Branch in the California Department of Public Health, first as a medical epidemiologist, then Chief of the Office of Medical and Scientific Affairs, Chief of the Program Development and Evaluation Section, and now branch Chief. The goal of the STD Control Branch is to reduce the impact of STDs in California. Since 2002, she has been on faculty for the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (CA PTC). The CA PTC is part of the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers that provide courses designed to meet the professional development needs of a wide array of medical, health promotion and community professionals serving persons and communities impacted by STD and HIV. In this role, she teaches the graduate seminar (PH 253G): Sexual Health Promotion and STD Control.

  • Evaluation of the impact of HPV vaccination programs on the incidence of pre-cancerous cervical disease
  • Interventions for increasing the proportion of sexual partners of those infected with STDs who receive treatment, including expedited partner treatment
  • PH 292: Sexual Health Promotion and STD Control (Spring)