Lindsey  Filiatreau, PhD

Lindsey Filiatreau, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, School of Medicine

Lindsey Filiatreau is an epidemiologist with expertise in leading HIV and mental health research in resource-constrained settings. Her overarching goal is to ensure equitable short- and long-term physical and mental health outcomes among people living with- or at heightened risk for- HIV. Broadly, Filiatreau’s research aims to quantify disparities in mental health and HIV treatment outcomes among people living with- or at heightened risk for HIV and minimize these disparities through effective identification and use of culturally relevant, evidence-based interventions. In the bulk of her work, she draws from robust, causal epidemiologic methods and dissemination and implementation science methods.