Charlotte-Paige Rolle, MD, MPH

  • Massachusetts Medical Society
  • Infectious Disease Society of America
  • HIV Specialist through American Academy of HIV Medicine
  • Rolle CP, Bolton M, Kelley CF (2016, March).  Use of an Online Sex diary to Study Anal Lubricant and Enema Use among High Risk MSM-Implications for HIV Prevention.  Sexually Transmitted Diseases.  In Press.
  • Sheth AN, Rolle CP, Gandhi M (2016, April).  HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for Women.  Invited Review Article.  Journal of Virus Eradication.  In Press.
  • Rolle CP, Rosenberg ES, Luisi N, Grey J, del Rio C, Peterson JL, Frew PM, Sullivan PS, Kelley CF (2016, April).  Willingness to use Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis among Black and White Men who have Sex with Men in Atlanta, Georgia.  Submitted to Journal of the International AIDS Society.
  • Rolle C. (2014, January).  A Critical Analysis of the Economic Plan for Medical Reform in the Bahamas.  Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network (ECHORN) Keynotes Newsletter Feature Article.  Volume 2.  January 2014      

Dr. Rolle is the Director of Research Operations at Orlando Immunology Center. She is a graduate of the University Of Chicago Pritzker School Of Medicine and obtained a Masters in Public Health at the Harvard School of Medicine. She completed a Fellowship at Emory University in Atlanta and has conducted research in various areas from HIV testing laws to PrEP, publishing many papers. She is certified as an HIV Specialist through the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM).

Dr. Rolle’s passion for helping those with HIV began in high school when she volunteered at a homeless shelter for people living with HIV. She continued her advocacy in college and developed HIV and STI education and prevention programs for youth and women.

She has treated patients in Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Haiti, and Rwanda giving her a global perspective on HIV treatment and care. We are thrilled that Dr. Rolle will bring this wealth of research and patient care experience to Central Florida and will ensure that OIC remains the at the forefront for the prevention, evaluation and treatment of all STIs and Hepatitis in Central Florida.