CODE Zika Brazil

People


Former Decode Zika Team Members

Mariana Azevedo was a Decode Zika Fieldwork Supervisor. She is a Ph.D. student in Social Sciences at the State University of Campinas and a researcher at its Gender Studies Center 

Suzana Cavenaghi was a Decode Zika faculty collaborator. She is a researcher and professor at National School of Statistical Science (ENCE) at the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE). 

Maria de Fátima Coelho was a Decode Zika Fieldwork Supervisor. She helped maintain contact with interviewees during and after the first round of interviews in 2020. 

Glória Duarte da Silva was a Decode Zika Public Relations Assistant. She helped maintain contact with participants via social media during the second wave of data collection in 2021.

Kristine Hopkins is a Research Scientist, Faculty Research Associate at the Population Research Center, and research affiliate at the Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies at The University of Texas at Austin and previously served as the Decode Zika Project Director.

Erica Mirabitur worked as a Graduate Student Researcher on Decode Zika. She assisted with analyses of the pilot survey of women of reproductive age in Recife.

Laura Patrício was a Decode Zika Fieldwork Supervisor. She helped maintain contact with interviewees during and after the first round of interviews in 2020.

Laís Picinini Freitas was a Data Analyst at the Decode Zika Project. She is a Ph.D. candidate in Epidemiology in Public Health at the National School of Public Health Sergio Arouca, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil. 

Irene Rossetto was the previoous Decode Zika Program Manager and serves as the Project Manager for the UT Austin College Health Study with the Population Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin.

Carla Silva-Muhammad worked as the Decode Zika Program Manager and the Brazil Center Coordinator & Graduate Program Coordinator for the Teresa Lozano Long Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.