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Adrienne Orriols studied Behavioral Neuroscience and History at Northeastern University in Boston, MA, where she met Dr. Wamai. Adrienne has been a part of the ACCIH team since 2017, conducting research with the team throughout her undergraduate career and after. Alongside fellow student Grace Grifferty, Adrienne was able to travel to Baringo County in Kenya and work directly with the ACCIH team in educating and treating patients of East Pokot. Since then, she has taken part in preparing and sharing collected data on behalf of the ACCIH at numerous conferences.

Adrienne Orriols


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Influencing Community-Based Point-of-Care for Visceral Leishmaniasis in East Pokot, Kenya (2019)

Visceral and Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (VL and CL, respectively) are two of several Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) in...

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Systematic Review of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) in Kenya Using STEPs Survey...

Disease surveillance is at the core of population health. The goal is to systematically collect, interpret...

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