Amy Huber [Senior Researcher - Epidemiology]

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Dr. Amy Huber is an Epidemiologist with 14 years of experience researching HIV treatment and prevention strategies in sub-Saharan Africa. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from Miami University, a Masters of Public Health from Columbia University, and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining HE2RO, Dr. Huber spent two years with Peace Corps Swaziland educating rural communities about HIV and spent three years working at the Aurum Institute. She is currently working on multiple projects focused on differentiated models of ART delivery, including the AMBIT (Alternative Models of ART Delivery: Optimizing the Benefits) project. Dr. Huber’s research interests include: Retention in HIV care, spatial distribution of health, and technology-based health solutions.

Projects

  • AMBIT: Alternative Models of ART Delivery – Optimizing the Benefits

    AMBIT is a 2.5-year research and evaluation project in sub-Saharan Africa supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and implemented by the Boston University School of Public Health in the U.S., the Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO) in South Africa, and other local partners. The project, launched in September 2018, will include data synthesis, data collection, data analysis, and modeling activities aimed at generating information for near- and long-term