I am an Epidemiologist and Global Health researcher focused on HIV prevention, primarily working with strategies that intersect with reproductive health. I have multiple projects of HIV prevention strategies for HIV discordant couples intending to become pregnant and the intersection of contraception and pregnancy with HIV risk. The majority of my work focuses on the delivery of biomedical HIV prevention (pre-exposure prophylaxis and antiretroviral therapy) and identifying delivery models to maximize PrEP/ART uptake and sustained use.
My research primarily takes place in Kenya, Uganda, and South Africa. I mentor some colleagues in these settings. I teach and mentor formally in Seattle.