Erin is the Project Manager on the Third Australian Study on Health and Relationships (ASHR3) as part of the Surveillance, Evaluation, and Research Program (SERP). Erin first joined the Kirby Institute in 2014 and has since been a member of the HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Program (HEPP) and Biostatistics and Databases Program (BDP). Other projects Erin has worked on at the Kirby Institute include the Expanded PrEP Implementation in Communities in NSW (EPIC-NSW), Western Australian Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV Implementation Trial (PrEPIT-WA), Australian HIV Observational Database (AHOD), and HIV Early Test and Treat Indonesia (HATI).
BA, MPH: Global Health, George Mason University, VA, USA
Broad Research Interest Areas:
Public health, global health, sexual and reproductive health, HIV/AIDS, STIs, health promotion/communication/education, conflict and health, marginalised populations, cancer, public health ethics, mental health.
Vaccher S; Amin J; Guy R; Jin F; Selvey C; Zablotska-Manos I; Holden J; Price K; Yeung B; Levitt G; Ogilvie E; McNulty A; Smith D; Cooper D; Grulich A, 2018, 'Baseline preferences for daily and non-daily PrEP dosing in EPIC-NSW', in Australasian HIV and AIDS Conference Handbook, Sydney, Australia, presented at Australasian HIV and AIDS Conference, Sydney, Australia, 26 September 2018, https://az659834.vo.msecnd.net/eventsairaueprod/production-ashm-public/36f06f6908734ab9a17095cab8705e35