Eva Bugos, MSPH

Baltimore, Maryland
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Scholar
Eva Bugos

Eva Bugos graduated from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2016 with an MSPH in population, family and reproductive health

Eva worked with Dr. Larry Chang on the mLAKE (Lakefolk Actively Keeping Engaged) and EMAI-Rakai (Ecological Momentary Analysis and Intervention) studies in Uganda. Both are mHealth studies conducted in partnership with the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Rakai, Uganda. The mLAKE study is a cluster-randomized intervention that trains community health workers to provide counseling to promote uptake of HIV services. The EMAI study is assessing the use of daily questionnaires and health promotion messages, delivered via mobile phones, to improve health behaviors.

Eva completed her undergraduate studies in biology and anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh. She worked as a qualitative researcher at the University of Pennsylvania Mixed Methods Research Laboratory and as a research assistant for Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 (PMA2020) at JHSPH. Her research interests include reproductive epidemiology, mobile health, and geostatistics.

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