I am the Senior Director of Innovation at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) and an infectious disease physician with a focus on HIV, TB and viral hepatitis. At EGPAF, I lead the Innovation and New Technology team in identifying promising innovations and developing and implementing innovative projects and programs. I am an assistant clinical professor of Infectious Diseases at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and has provided clinical care to people living with HIV, HCV and TB in the US and Kenya.
I received my MD and infectious diseases sub-specialty training at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and my masters in public health (MPH) at Johns Hopkins University. I have served on national HIV treatment and care advisory committees in Kenya, international advisory groups on TB, HIV and viral hepatitis and have participated in WHO guidelines groups. I am published in peer-reviewed journals including Science, the Lancet, PLoS Medicine and JAIDS.