Daisy Le, PhD, MPH, MA

Dr. Daisy Le
Assistant Professor, Department of Policy, Populations, and Systems Community, School of Nursing, The George Washington University
Suite 500
1919 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
[email protected]
Faculty Profile

Current HIV/AIDS-Related Research Activities:

  • Researching risk factors relating to the comorbidity between HIV/AIDS and cancer (e.g., barriers and facilitators to prevention, testing/screening, care and treatment). 
  • Researching the intersection of health disparities, social determinants of health, and commuity-engaged research by developing, implementing, and evaluating population-relevant/appropriate strategies to improve cancer screening and access to care among racial and gender minorities living with, or at risk, for HIV. 
  • Principal Investigator of "Promoting HPV Self-Sampling Test Kits to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening among Women Living with HIV", a mixed-methods study that will assess the acceptibility, feasibility, and perceived effectiveness of promoting human papillomavirus (HPV) self-sampling test kits to increase cervial cancer screening among women living with HIV (WLHIV) from the Washington, DC metropolitan area.