Katherine Andrinopoulos is an Associate Professor in the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences and Program Director for the International Health and Development MPH Program (see: http://www.sph.tulane.edu/publichealth/mphihd/index.cfm). Her research focuses on infectious disease primarily in international settings. She has worked principally in the field of HIV/AIDS, on topics including stigma and healthcare quality for sexual minorities (men who have sex with men and transgender women), HIV testing uptake, Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision, and gender and HIV vulnerability. She conducts applied intervention research using quantitative and qualitative methods to inform the development and implementation of public health programs. She currently leads a project focused on quality of HIV care for sexual minorities, and formative research for the Malaria Zero project in Haiti. She has led research studies in the US, Jamaica, El Salvador, and Tanzania.