Anne Trolard, MPH

Staff Scientist, Center for Dissemination and Implementation

Anne is a staff scientist focused on developing community-academic partnerships to support foundational public health activities, including surveillance, evaluation and policy. She has overseen the collation of several repositories of clinical data designed for public health surveillance (violence, sexual health) and leads the St. Louis implementation of the Cardiff model for violence prevention. She has also designed the data systems for the Life Outside Violence (LOV) program (a multi-site hospital-based violence intervention program); a Covid-19 prevalence study conducted in St. Louis County; and a survey of the immigrant community in St. Louis during the pandemic (administered in five languages).

She lives in the City of St. Louis with her partner and two kids and enjoys biking, long city walks, and a mostly spontaneous lifestyle.