Jeanne Delgado, MD
Residency at Children's National Hospital
Research Interests: Dr. Delgado is interested in identifying the role of social determinants of health in HIV transmission and developing methods to address sexual and reproductive health needs among immigrants and in the global health field.
Career Interests: Dr. Delgado is looking forward to a career practicing primary care pediatrics in a medical home while working alongside community organizations to produce solutions to families’ medical and social needs.
Biography: Dr. Jeanne Delgado graduated from Emory University where she received a B.S. in Chemistry and minor in Ethics Studies. In 2017, she received her medical degree from The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. While in medical school, Dr. Delgado spent a year performing research through the South American Program in HIV Prevention Research (SAPHIR) in Lima, Peru. She studied the effects of various risk factors on HIV transmission among vulnerable populations and examined the role of medical knowledge in HPV vaccination at Vía Libre, an infectious disease non-governmental organization (NGO). Dr. Delgado was then accepted into the Pediatric Residency Program at the Children’s National Hospital in Washington, D.C. where she was selected to be part of the Leadership, Advocacy, Underserved, and Community Health (LAUnCH) track, which specializes in public health, the provision of community health services, and training to advocate for underserved patients through political and community partnerships. As an NCSP scholar, Dr. Delgado will collaborate and complete clinic requirements with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services.