David Gisselquist, Ph.D., received his degree in economics from Yale University, with experience in anthropology and rural development. He has published more than 20 medical journal articles on HIV in Africa and India. His history of unsafe health care and HIV, Points to Consider: Responses to HIV/AIDS in Africa, Asia,and the Caribbean, is available from Adonis & Abbey, London, and also for free download on-line at: http://sites.google.com/site/davidgisselquist/pointstoconsider. He has traveled and worked in Africa and Asia and has assisted field research on HIV in India and Kenya. He co-edited a collection of country studies on injection practices, Pilot-Testing the WHO Tools to Assess and Evaluate Injection Practices (WHO, 2003), and has spoken at WHO and at international AIDS conferences. He is an independent researcher and consultant. Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA.
Gisselquist presented at the Eleventh International Symposium (2010) on the topic of Stopping AIDS in Africa.
- Gisselquist D, Rothenberg R, Potterat J, Drucker E. Non-sexual transmission of HIV has been overlooked in developing countries. Br Med J. 2002; 324(7331): 235.
- Gisselquist D, Potterat JJ, Brody S, Vachon F. Let it be sexual: how health care transmission of AIDS in Africa was ignored. Int J STD AIDS. 2003; 14: 148-61.
- Gisselquist D, Potterat JJ. Heterosexual transmission of HIV in Africa: an empiric estimate. Int J STD AIDS. 2003; 14: 162-73.
- Gisselquist D, Potterat JJ, Brody S. Running on empty: sexual co-factors are insufficient to fuel Africa's turbocharged HIV epidemic. Int J STD AIDS. 2004; 15(7): 442-52.
- Gisselquist, David (2021): Stopping Bloodborne HIV: investigating unexplained infections. ISBN 978-1-913976-01-9. Retrieved 16 February 2021.
- Official website. Retrieved 17 February 2021.