Bisola Ojikutu, MD, MPH, is a Senior Advisor at JSI. She has more than 15 years of experience in public health program development, evaluation and research focusing on HIV/AIDS care and treatment. In addition to working as an HIV and infectious disease specialist in the Infectious Disease Division at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. Ojikutu is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Throughout her career, Dr. Ojikutu has worked tirelessly to rectify disparities in access to care for people living with HIV, particularly Blacks/African-Americans and Latinos. She has developed expertise globally and domestically in qualitatively and quantitatively evaluating models of care, outcomes, and best practices for optimizing access to care and improving engagement for individuals living with HIV. Dr. Ojikutu is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors at the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts. In this position, she has developed innovative and supportive programming for individuals living with HIV. In addition to her domestic work, Dr. Ojikutu is responsible for JSI’s United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded HIV/AIDS project assessing models of care and conducting operations research through sub Saharan Africa.
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- Clinical Advisors