Mari Armstrong-Hough, PhD, MPH
Dr. Armstrong-Hough is a medical sociologist and epidemiologist with interests in the intersection of communicable and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Her research interests include perceptions of risk for respiratory infections among providers and patients, barriers to uptake of testing for HIV and TB, and the sources of disparities in availability of essential medicines in Uganda. She works with Dr. Achilles Katamba, Dr. Luke Davis, and other members of the Uganda TB Implementation Research Consortium to design and carry out complex mixed-methods studies to identify, analyze, and intervene on barriers to evaluation for TB. She also co-directs the Mixed Methods Fellowship of the Pulmonary Complications of AIDS Research Training (PART) program at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda.