Leah Shaw leads quality improvement projects, equity analyses, reporting, and research for the HIV and HCV teams. She enjoys communicating data to teams across the program, using reports and analyses to improve care, and learning more about what it means to care for those with complex medical issues at the margins of society.
She previously worked at a syringe exchange mobile unit in the Merrimack Valley, and she also managed an NIH-funded study about chronic disease and occupational health in rural Guatemala. She is an active member of the Immigrant Health Committee. Leah completed her Masters of Public Health from Tufts University in 2017 with a concentration in epidemiology and biostatistics. She earned her undergraduate degree at Tufts where she majored in International Relations and Community Health.
Areas of interest: hepatitis C, epidemiology, biostatistics, marginalized populations, social determinants of health, health equity, quality improvement, harm reduction, health access for LEP and Spanish-speaking populations