Dr. Brittany Lane is a Postdoctoral Scholar for the Center of Population Sciences for Health Equity. She is committed to reducing health disparities among black, indigenous, and other women of color. Dr. Lane’s research interests include HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women, relationship dynamics and sexual health, and designing and implementing behavioral and multi-level interventions to engage PLWHIV in care. Dr. Lane is skilled in community-engaged research and has successfully led projects studying the barriers to Hepatitis C care engagement in the south, the development of heroin use among homeless youth, and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among an American Indian Tribe in Arizona. Dr. Lane’s experience extends internationally, where she has worked on various projects in Nigeria, The Gambia, Botswana, and Burkina Faso.