Currently Supervised

Carla Doyle

PhD Student in Epidemiology (McGill). Research Topic: Model-based impact evaluation of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) on HIV transmission among Montréal men who have sex with men. Co-supervisor: Joseph Cox.

Charlotte Lanièce

PhD Student in Epidemiology (McGill). Research Topic: HCV elimination among HIV co-infected populations in Canada. Primary supervisor: Marina Klein.

James Stannah

PhD Student in Epidemiology (McGill). Research Topic: Structural determinants of HIV acquisition and transmission risks among key populations in sub-Saharan Africa. Co-supervisor: Marie-Claude Boily.

Postdoctoral Fellows

Rachael Milwid

Postdoc (McGill). Research Topic: Modeling the impacts and optimization of HIV prevention packages among Montréal men who have sex with men. Personal webpage: here.

Katia Giguère

Postdoc (McGill). Research Topic: Estimating gaps in HIV knowledge status to reach the first UNAIDS 90-90-90 target in sub-Saharan Africa.

Research Assistants

Arnaud Godin

Arnaud holds a BSc in Economics from Université Laval and a Master in Epidemiology from McGill.

Yiqing Xia

Yiqing graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine from Fudan University in 2017. She then completed a Master of Public Health from McGill.

Past Supervision

Arnaud Godin (MSc’19)

MSc Epidemiology (McGill). Thesis: Modeling the potential impact of different prison-based prevention and treatment strategies on HCV transmission in Montréal. Co-supervisor: Joseph Cox.

Branwen Nia Owen (PhD’18)

PhD (Imperial College London). Thesis: Neglected risk factors in HIV transmission and implications for prevention. Primary supervisor: Marie Claude Boily.

Isabel Tavitian-Exley (PhD’16)

PhD (Imperial College London). Thesis: The relevance of polydrug use on HIV and associated injecting and sexual risk behaviours among people who inject drugs. Primary supervisor: Marie Claude Boily