I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education at Emory University with over ten years of experience in HIV prevention research in domestic and international settings. With a background in epidemiology and behavioral sciences, I serve as the Assistant Director of the Prevention Core in the Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). In this role, I have provided consultations for a number of research projects including the CDC’s Medical Monitoring Project. My current research uses epidemiologic methods to describe health disparities and mixed methods to develop and test the efficacy of novel public health interventions. I have conducted a number of analyses exploring progress in the national scale-up of PrEP, and am currently leading two clinical trials that use technology-based interventions to facilitate access to PrEP. Additionally, I am serving as PI of an NIH Methods for Prevention Packages Program (MP3) that seeks to build combination HIV prevention services into an existing geosocial networking HIV prevention app. To facilitate patient access to providers willing to prescribe PrEP, I led the development of a national database of PrEP providers. The database, disseminated through PrEPLocator.org, has now become a national program of CDC.