Naeemah Logan, MD (UCLA School of Medicine/Providence Hospital) is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Lima, Peru site. She is currently conducting an analysis of HIV/STI prevalence among participants in the PICASSO cohort. Prior to medical school, Naeemah was a Fogarty International Global Health Research Promotion Scholar at Sahlgrenska Institute in Sweden and completed 2 years of molecular research at Yale University. She received additional exposure to global health research as an Intramural Research Training Award fellow at the NIH before going on to complete her internal medicine residency in Oregon at Providence Portland Medical Center. At home, Naeemah enjoys spending quality time with family and friends, reading, road trips, and tackling the occasional sudoku puzzle. She is also developing an original research on HIV-related stigma and the impact on linkage to and retention in care among people living with HIV.
Logan et al., "A cross-sectional study of Hepatitis B and C infection among men who have sex with men and transgender women at two sexually transmitted infection clinics in Lima, Peru," Under Review.
Applications for the 2020-21 class are now being accepted on a rolling basis.