At present, I am teaching CNLV 541 “Methods, Measures and Metrics in Implementation Research”, housed in the Washington University Clinical Research Training Center. The course is offered in the Spring each year. In the past, I have taught epidemiology and implementation research in a classroom setting. A sample of materials used in previous courses can be found here.

I mentor a number of post-doctoral trainees who are working on practice facilitation to improving HIV treatment services, measuring the patient experience in public health, incorporating preferences into public health programming, and other behavioral interventions including patient navigation and conditional cash transfers. We use mixed methods as well as observational and experimental approaches. Please contact if interested in a post-doc position.

This year (2021), I am excited to launch the HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Health Implementation Research Institute (HIGH-IRI) – a two-year training program that seeks to deliver world-class training in implementation research addressing infectious diseases. Learn more here.