Services: List of Clients


HIV and safer conception study, test and treat, and prevention of mother to child transmission studies with Partners in Hope;, Lilongwe, Uganda.

Dr. Mindry is an exceptional collaborator. I have worked with her on mixed-method research projects both domestically and globally. She is organized, uses timelines, and always delivers on or before the planned deadline. Her product is nothing short of outstanding. She combines rigorous research training with real world experience, cultural sensitivity, humility, and humor. I would work with her again in a heartbeat.” Risa Hoffman, UCLA Infectious Diseases).

Mixed methods study on HIV and safer conception for couples affected by HIV in Uganda.

I have had the pleasure to work with Deborah for over 8 years on NIH-funded research involving HIV and reproductive health, primarily in sub-Saharan Africa but also here in Los Angeles.  Deborah not only brought her methodological expertise in ethnographic analysis and innate sensitivity to cultural influences, but also a passion for work that serves the marginalized and underprivileged. Deborah is a joy to work with, and a true asset to any research team!” Glenn Wagner, RAND Corporation

Grassroots Soccer; HIV Prevention intervention in South Africa (PIs Dr. Mary Jane Rotheram and Prof. Mark Tomlinson).

HIV prevention intervention among sex workers in Kolkatta, India with Durbar Mahalia (PIs Dr. Smarajit Jana and Dr. Dallas Swendeman, UCLA)

Mobile health interventions for HIV affected individuals in Los Angeles County; obesity and nutrition study among women; parent-child relationship study with Dallas Swendeman, UCLA Global Center for Children and Families.

Developed the Sexual and Reproductive Health for Adolescents curriculum for teachers with Patricie Mukangarambe, BSc, MPH, UR College of Medicine and Health Sciences and the University of Rwanda, Department of Education under leadership of Azeb Tadesse, UCLA African Studies.

HIV support group study with the Ujamaa Center at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; (in collaboration with Bongi Zengele, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa).