The UNC/Emory Center for Innovative Technology (iTech) aims to lower the burden of HIV infection by developing and evaluating innovative, interdisciplinary research on technology-based interventions across the HIV prevention and care continuum for at-risk or infected youth aged 15-24 years in the United States.

Our center currently houses ten technology related interventions for youth along the HIV cascade of care.

Specifically, I manage the iTech Youth Advisory Council. I work with youth across the United States to gather structured feedback on our protocols and discuss how we can make our studies more relevant to youth.