William Lodge II

Predoctoral Trainee in Public Health
William Lodge II

William is interested in developing and testing evidence-based HIV prevention and treatment interventions in low-resource settings. He is specifically interested in using mixed-methods research to understand the intersection of health inequities and various psychosocial and contextual factors that drive behavior and risk. He's currently working on a project to test the efficacy of a behavioral intervention in improving Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) uptake, adherence, and persistence among people who inject drugs. 

Scholarly Interests

HIV prevention and treatment interventions, Sexual and gender minority health disparities, Psychosocial syndemics, Global health (India and Pakistan)