Population-based sampling methods in HIV epidemiology
Location(s): Kenya; Malawi; Mozambique; Uganda; Zambia; South Africa; Ghana; China; Brazil
Development and implementation of population-based sampling methods, data collection, data management, analysis and dissemination of findings. Technical assistance in behavioral surveillance among high-risk populations and MSM interventions to the CDC’s Global AIDS Program (most recently in South Africa, Zambia, China, Ghana, Mozambique, Kenya, Brazil, Uganda, Malawi, the South East Asia region, and the Caribbean region) and the Gates Foundation in China. Past behavioral surveys have included men who have sex with men (MSM) in sub-Saharan Africa, China, Brazil, and the US; and intravenous drug users, Black MSM, transfemales, and high-risk heterosexuals in San Francisco. Domestic research examines structural and social causes of HIV disparities.