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Unmesha Roy Paladhi
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Unmesha earned her PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington (2023) and her MPH from the University of Pennsylvania (2019). Her doctoral work was focused on increasing the effectiveness of assisted partner services for HIV testing in Kenya through innovative implementation strategies of HIV self-testing and behavioral economics incentives. Previously, she has worked on a variety of projects on the gut microbiome, pain, and CPR. Unmesha is passionate about using rigorous epidemiological methods to investigate the impact of novel interventions in low- and middle-income countries to optimize the delivery of care in settings where this innovation is most needed to reduce healthcare disparities across the world. She joined the Global AIM lab in August 2023.

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