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Nicole Kelly is a graduate research assistant in the BATLab and an Epidemiology PhD student at UNC. She is interested in using epidemiologic methods to evaluate interventions that can improve access to PrEP and promote health equity. Nicole has worked in the HIV field in different capacities: she worked as a PrEP coordinator in a federally qualified health center, assisted with PrEP research at the University of Colorado, coordinated studies of people living with HIV in Tanzania with UC Berkeley, and has studied barriers to PrEP among young women in Kenya through RTI. Nicole also holds an MPH in Epidemiology & Biostatistics from UC Berkeley and a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from UNC Chapel Hill.