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Dr. Carolyne Agwau Akello
MBChB (MUK), MSc (Epidemiology)

Carolyne Agwau Akello, MBChB (MUK), MSc (Epidemiology) is an Investigator with the MTN-034/REACH Adolescent study and Co-investigator in a number of HIV prevention studies at MU-JHU Care Ltd. She is a medical doctor and a trained Epidemiologist from the London School of Medicine and Tropical Hygiene (LSHTM).

She has over 10 years of experience in HIV/AIDS research with a focus on HIV prevention among women of reproductive age including adolescent girls and young women whom she is so passionate about.

Dr. Akello is excited about the current HIV prevention landscape and hopeful that recent breakthroughs like the Dapivirine vaginal ring and products in development like injectable Cabotegravir can be made available to populations at risk of HIV infection, making the possibility of ending HIV in our generation a reality.

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