Dr. Elizabeth Pasipanodya Receives a UCSD Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program Award

Congratulations to postdoctoral fellow Elizabeth Pasipanodya, Ph.D. for receiving a UCSD Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program (FISP) award! Her project, titled “Beyond Nomothetics: Predicting Individual Vulnerability to Antiretroviral Nonadherence and Methamphetamine Use Among Persons Living with HIV/AIDS”, aims to use machine learning methods to predict periods of vulnerability to methamphetamine use and nonadherence to antiretroviral therapy.

FISP grants are given to encourage novel cross-disciplinary research and Elizabeth will be mentored on this project by her primary mentor Dr. David J. Moore (Psychiatry), and co-mentors Dr. Kimberly Brouwer (Global Public Health) and Dr. Julian McAuley (Computer Science and Engineering).

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