M.D., Yale School of Medicine, 2005
MPH, Harvard School of Public Health, 2005
Residency in Internal Medicine and Global Health Equity, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, 2009
Fellowship in Infectious Diseases, UNC Hospitals, 2014
MSc, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, 2015
American Board of Internal Medicine, since 2009
American Board of Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, since 2014
My clinical interests include HIV care, tropical medicine, tuberculosis (TB) management, including treatment of drug-resistant tuberculosis, and integrated palliative care for HIV-related co-morbidities.
My research interests broadly relate to global health equity, clinical and public health program implementation, and issues of access to HIV prevention, treatment and care for key and marginalized populations in sub-Saharan Africa. Current research interests include evaluating clinical outcomes and the operational feasibility of universal test and treat approaches to HIV care and prevention in Zambian and South African prisons, understanding post-release clinical outcomes, barriers to and facilitators of HIV care engagement for HIV-infected ex-offenders in Zambia, evaluating the effects of Xpert MTB/RIF on access to tuberculosis treatment and patient health outcomes for people living with HIV under routine programmatic conditions in Zambia, and studying novel service delivery models and maternal-infant clinical outcomes in prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) programs in Malawi.