Jillian Pintye RN, MPH, PhD
Dr. Jillian Pintye’s research focuses on HIV and STI prevention and treatment, particularly within maternal child health and family planning settings. Dr. Pintye is engaged in a suite of studies related to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention among young women in Kenya, including both clinical epidemiology and implementation science studies. Dr. Pintye is currently the Principal Investigator of an NIH R01 grant that will systematically quantify infant pre- and postnatal PrEP exposure and assess birth, bone, growth, and neurocognitive outcomes following PrEP exposure into early childhood. Dr. Pintye is the co-Principal Investigator of an NIH R21 grant which aims to evaluate in utero transfer of antiretroviral drugs used by mothers living with HIV during pregnancy. She is also a co-investigator on multiple implementation science evaluations of point-of-care STI diagnostics, PrEP provider training, and approaches to enhance the reach and quality of PrEP delivery for young women. Prior to graduate school, Dr. Pintye was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana, where she developed a passion for HIV prevention among women and children.
2007, BSN, La Salle University
2014, MPH in Epidemiology Global Health Track, University of Washington
2017, PhD in Nursing Science, University of Washington
2017, Graduate Certificate in HIV and STIs, University of Washington
2017-2019, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Global Health, University of Washington
Awards, accolades and distinguished memberships:
2019 Washington Global Health Alliance (WGHA) Pioneers of Global Health Rising Star Award
2016 Member, Association for Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC)
2014 International AIDS Society Young Investigator Award
2007 Fulbright Scholar, Denmark
2007 Inductee, Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honors Society
What classes do you teach?
NMETH 536 Methods of Program Evaluation and Quality Improvement
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
It is inspiring to work within a community of dedicated clinicians, educators, and scientists who are committed to improving health equity and outcomes for all.
DepartmentBiobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics
- Innovative Interventions
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health