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My area of expertise are in epidemiological research methods, quantitative data analysis and successful aging in vulnerable populations. Most of my research explores cognitive aging. I have examined the effect of prescription medication use and opioids on cognition, and cognitive decline in people living with HIV. My current areas of research include understanding aging in people living with HIV, and the impact of social determinants of health and adverse life experiences on successful aging. I am interested in working with underrepresented populations both locally and globally and leveraging technology and implementation science frameworks to improve models of care for older adults.

Education/Academic qualification

BS in Biomedical Sciences, National University of Malaysia

MPH in Epidemiology and Global Health Practice, University of South Florida

PhD in Epidemiology, University of South Florida

Two-Year Postdoctoral Fellowship , Yale University/University of Malaya


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