Dr. Kate Grabowski is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Pathology and Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University. She is a senior collaborating scientist with the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Uganda, and currently serves as co-PI of the Rakai Community Cohort Study, one of largest and longest running population-based HIV surveillance cohorts globally. Kate also serves on the executive committee of the PANGEA-HIV consortium, a Bill and Melinda Gates funded HIV sequencing collaboration. Her research interests include the transmission, prevention, and control of HIV and sexually transmitted infections in in eastern and southern Africa. She is also broadly interested in the ethics of pathogen genomics for public health and open data science.
HIV and STI Surveillance in Eastern and Southern Africa
We work closely with the Rakai Health Sciences Program and other collaborators to study HIV transmission in sub-Saharan Africa.