Maya is a research assistant and focuses on recruiting patients in English and Spanish. In addition to working with ANCHOR, Maya spends her time waiting tables at a fancy French restaurant and writing articles advocating for LGBTQIA+ rights. She studied Sociology and International Affairs at Northeastern University and will be pursuing a dual Master’s in Public Health and International Affairs at Columbia University next fall. Maya is interested in studying social determinants of health on a global scale and hopes to conduct research in her home country of Argentina upon finishing her Master’s.
The ANCHOR Study has been halted due to treatment’s high success rate.
Treating anal cancer precursor lesions reduces cancer risk for people living with HIV. Click here for the UCSF press release.
Please contact your local ANCHOR site if you have any questions or concerns.