Clinical sciences

Síle Molloy

Member since 2024

Occupation: Senior Lecturer in Epidemiology at St George's University of London

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Síle Molloy’s main area of research focuses on the conduct of treatment trials and implementation projects, aiming to improve outcomes for patients with cryptococcal disease and advanced HIV/AIDS in low-resource settings across Africa and Asia.

Her specific research interests lie in improving the standard of care for patients in resource-limited settings, with a particular interest in implementation research and improving access to essential medicines. Síle co-leads the ‘Clinical Trials’ and ‘Global Health Diseases’ MSc modules at SGUL. She is also a mentor and a Springboard Fellow with the Academy of Medical Sciences.

Síle completed her MSc in Medical Statistics at LSHTM and previously worked as an Epidemiologist for the MalariaGEN consortium in Oxford University. She obtained her PhD in Parasitology through Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.


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