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 care for serodiscordant couples.
Dr. Zotova earned her PhD in Medical Anthropology/Demography from The Ohio State University. She is Research Coordinator at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and serves as a Scientific Coordinator of the IeDEA TB & Lung Health Working Group.