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Vaginal bacteria and risk of incident and persistent infection with high risk sub-types of human papillomavirus: a retrospective cohort study among Kenyan women
Vaginal bacteria and risk of incident and persistent infection with high risk sub-types of human papillomavirus: a retrospective cohort study among Kenyan women
WhenWednesday, Jan 22, 2020, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
WhereHarborview - Ninth and Jefferson Building - Room 1360
908 Jefferson Street Seattle, WA 98104

**PLEASE NOTE: today's seminar will be held in Room 1360**

**ALSO--available via Zoom**
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Event typesAcademics, Lectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsDepartment of Global Health
Kenya Research and Training Center
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Speaker: Kayla Carter, MPH, PhD Student

Title: Vaginal bacteria and risk of incident and persistent infection with high risk sub-types of human papillomavirus: a retrospective cohort study among Kenyan women

Kayla Carter is a second-year PhD student in the UW epidemiology department. Their research focuses on the role of the vaginal microbiota in sexual and reproductive health outcomes, and more broadly they are interested in women’s health, sexual and reproductive health, and STIs.

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