Affiliate Professor, Epidemiology
Director, Cervical Cancer Prevention Project, PATH
Associate Director, Reproductive Health, PATH
EducationPhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 1991
MPH International Health, University of California Los Angeles, 1977
MA African History, University of California (Berkeley), 1971
Dr. Tsu's work is focused on practical applications of epidemiology in low-resource countries to evaluate new public health interventions. She has conducted research in Asia, Africa, Ukraine, and Latin America.
Women's reproductive health, especially prevention and control of women's cancers (breast and cervix) in low-resource settings. Program evaluation. Maternal and newborn health, especially evaluation of new technologies for low-resource settings.
Women’s health in low-resource settings; implementation science.
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