Sheela Shenoi is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the AIDS Program of the Section of Infectious Diseases and Associate Director of the Office of Global Health at Yale University School of Medicine. She conducts clinical research on tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS with a focus on resource-limited settings. She evaluates strategies to improve diagnosis, linkage and retention in care, in prison settings and exploring the role of community-based services to facilitate implementation. She prioritizes prevention strategies and integration of HIV and TB services.
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Alcoholism; Community Health Workers; Delivery of Health Care; Health Services Research; Primary Prevention; Tuberculosis; Global Health; HIV Infections; AIDS-Related Opportunistic Infections; Community-Based Participatory Research; Opioid Epidemic
Aging; Epidemiology Methods; Global Health; HIV/AIDS; Community Engagement; Substance Use, Addiction; e-Health; Health Systems Strengthening; Tuberculosis; Health Equity, Disparities, Social Determinants and Justice; Implementation Science