Alejandra is a Biostatistics Ph.D. student in the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, advised by Professor Maya Petersen. She graduated from Brown University in 2014 with a concentration in Statistics and Public Health. She is interested in topics within global health and health economics. She is collaborating with a UCSF team to implement a cluster randomized trial which aims to improve maternal-infant health outcomes. She has also been working on a project which aims to reduce viral load testing costs for patients undergoing antiretroviral therapy.