Erin V. Moore, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Erin V. Moore, a postdoctoral researcher, is a sociocultural & medical anthropologist at Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health. She focuses on gender and sexuality's role in international development & global health. At Mailman, she studies HIV/AIDS risk among adolescents and youth in Uganda.

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PED0880 - Rethinking how 'sex-for-fish' shapes HIV vulnerability: Occupational hierarchies in Ugandan fishing villages

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PED0905 - Economic privatization and women's HIV vulnerability in Uganda

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PED0955 - The impact of the economic burden of school fees on health and HIV risk in Uganda

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Presenter Of 3 Presentations

E-Posters

Rethinking how 'sex-for-fish' shapes HIV vulnerability: Occupational hierarchies in Ugandan fishing villages

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Poster Channel - Track D
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Economic privatization and women's HIV vulnerability in Uganda

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Poster Channel - Track D
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The impact of the economic burden of school fees on health and HIV risk in Uganda

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Poster Channel - Track D