Miss Patricia Moscibrodzki
Ba&Sc MPH DrPH Candidate
Research Degree Student
Patricia Moscibrodzki is a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) Candidate within the Faculty of Infectious and Tropical Diseases. Her research aims to understand the psychosocial effects of TB diagnosis and treatment on adolescents and young people and explore contextual factors related to healthcare provision, treatment adherence and policy guidelines for this age-group. She also works with WHO-TDR and the Social Innovation in Health Initiative in promoting research within social innovations across Africa, Asia and Latin America to ensure sustainability and political buy-in. Her interests primarily focus on infectious diseases including TB and HIV and broad interventions related to linkages to care, operational and implementation research, community engagement, social entrepreneurship, diagnostics and ICT systems.
Patricia is an impact-driven leader with 5 years of professional global health experience working at the nexus of innovation and infectious disease. She currently works as a research consultant for Microsoft Research mapping technology platforms involved in the management of TB. Prior to that she worked at a connected diagnostics company, UNICEF and the Clinton Global Initiative. She holds a Masters in Public Health from Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and a Bachelors of Arts and Science from McGill University.