Camerin (Cami) Rencken (she/her) is an Epidemiology PhD student at the University of Washington. Cami received her ScM in Global Public Health from Brown University and her BS in Global Disease Biology from the University of California, Davis. While in school, Cami lived in Durban, South Africa working as a part of an injury research group identifying barriers to continuation of care for burn survivors. Additionally, she led a team exploring the role of peer support on ART adherence amongst adolescents living with HIV in Cape Town. Before joining START, she worked at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Boston developing computer-based instruments to measure the long-term biopsychosocial outcomes in children after injuries. Her research interests include global injury and violence prevention, using epidemiologic data to inform public health policy and practice, and improving access to healthcare through evidence–based interventions with a particular focus on LMICs.