Implementing widespread Chagas screening in primary care settings can reduce morbidity, mortality, and healthcare costs for Latinx immigrants....more
Taylor Paiva earned her MPH at Boston University School of Public Health where she studied epidemiology, biostatistics, and infectious disease. She is a former research coordinator at Boston Medical Center, where her research was focused on Chagas Disease. She is currently transitioning into a public health epidemiologist role at the Rhode Island Department of Health. In her free time, you can find Taylor playing tennis, baking, or exploring new dining spots across New England.