Nancy Padian is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley. She is also the Executive Director of the Women's Global Health Imperative. Padian's work bridges the gap between traditional infectious disease epidemiology and the broader context of women's reproductive health. Her research focuses on developing and evaluating female-controlled methods for disease prevention, along with alternative strategies for fostering young women's economic independence.
- Economic Independence and HIV Prevention among Adolescent Girls in Zimbabwe
- Enhancing Food Production and Food Security through Improved Inputs: An Evaluation of Tanzania's National Agricultural Input Voucher Scheme with a Focus on Gender Impacts
- Biomarker Validation of Self-Reported Sexual Behavior among Women in Zimbabwe
- Stimulating Demand for Long Acting Reversible Contraception in Zimbabwe