Ryan Barthel

Ryan Barthel serves as Data Manager for Central Africa IeDEA. He has more than 5 years experience in data cleaning, modeling, and analysis in the education and health sectors. He is skilled in data quality assurance and quantitative research methods. His professional interests center around equitable access to services and service provision. Ryan holds Master’s […]

Ellen Brazier

Ellen Brazier is a Research Scientist at the CUNY Institute for Implementation Science in Population Health. She supports the coordination of CA-IeDEA activities and research. Her research interests and areas of expertise include examining the effects of policy change, guideline adoption, and climate change on HIV care outcomes using quasi-experimental epidemiologic methods, along with maternal, […]

Jenna Tipaldo

Jenna Tipaldo is a PhD student in Environmental and Planetary Health Sciences at the CUNY School of Public Health. Also working toward a certificate in Demography from the CUNY Graduate Center, her research focuses on the health impacts of climate change and environmental justice concerns in urban settings using geographic information systems (GIS). She is […]

Natalia Zotova

Dr. Natalia Zotova is a medical anthropologist experienced in developing and implementing studies in sub-Saharan Africa, Russia, and Central Asia. Her research focuses on mental health of people living with HIV, behavioral health, and HIV prevention and treatment. She is interested in implementation science and identifying promising strategies for an engagement in HIV prevention and […]

Christina Wyatt

Dr. Christina Wyatt is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology at Duke University School of Medicine and the Duke Clinical Research Institute. A leading global expert on kidney disease, Christina‚Äôs research is focused on defining the epidemiology of kidney disease among PWH, including those with comorbid risk factors such as diabetes.  […]

Jonathan Ross

Jonathan Ross, is an internal medicine and HIV primary care physician and Assistant Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System. His research focuses on evaluating HIV health services in Rwanda and understanding and reducing barriers to HIV care among immigrants in the U.S. Prior […]

Olivia Keiser

Olivia Keiser is an epidemiologist and scientific group leader at the Institute of Global Health (IGH), at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. She studied biology at the University of Basel, with a focus on epidemiology, and then moved to Lausanne where she worked at the data centre of the Swiss HIV Cohort Study for several […]