Tamsin Phillips is an epidemiologist in the Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Her research focus is the continuum of care for women living with HIV. Her PhD investigated the impact of mobility and care transitions on adherence and retention in HIV care among pregnant and postpartum women in Gugulethu. She is also interested in the methodological considerations for measuring retention and adherence and the use of mobile health and smartphone technology for supporting the HIV care continuum. Tamsin recently received a VECD Fogarty Global Health Postdoctoral Fellowship through which she will explore longer-term patterns of disengage and re-engage in HIV care among postpartum women. She also teaches Introduction to Biostatistics as part of the MPH programme.
School of Public Health and Family Medicine
Faculty of Health Sciences
University of Cape Town