William Lodge II
Predoctoral Trainee in Public Health
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.
HIV prevention and treatment interventions, Sexual and gender minority health disparities, Psychosocial syndemics, Global health (India and Pakistan)