PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2008
MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2003
BS, Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999
Katherine Andrinopoulos's research focuses on uptake of HIV testing and adherence to the HIV care continuum for key populations. She recently developed global guidance for conceptualizing and measuring quality of HIV services for MSM and Transgender Women. She is currently developing a guidance document and online training to support the incorporation of sexual orientation and gender identity questions in data collection. She also leads a project on gender-related barriers to the HIV care continuum for key populations in Vietnam and the Dominican Republic. Other current projects include the evaluation of an HIV policy advocacy project in Uganda (USAID's Local Capacity Initiative), an assessment of the Hewlett Foundation’s behavioral economics for family planning portfolio, and operations research for the Gates-funded Malaria Zero project in Hispaniola. She has led research studies in the US, Jamaica, El Salvador, and Tanzania and is the Director of Tulane’s International Health and Development MPH Program.
View Dr. Andrinopoulos's publications at her NCBI profile page.