Ashley Grosso, PhD is a social scientist with primarily quantitative research experience in HIV epidemiology and prevention and reproductive health studies in the United States and sub-Saharan Africa. Her research has focused on populations at high risk including men who have sex with men and female sex workers.
She is particularly interested in adolescent health and has conducted analyses of sex education in urban public high schools, differences between adolescent and adult contraception preferences, and the age of initiation of risks and vulnerabilities including alcohol use, sexual debut, and selling sex.
With her academic training in public administration, she has also completed research on the determinants, effectiveness, and equity of funding for HIV-related services in the United States and internationally.
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