Dr. Olivieri-Mui is is an epidemiologist with experience in clinical and public health. She has undergraduate training in biology and chemistry from the University of Vermont as well as a Master’s and PhD in public health from Hunter College at the City University of New York and Northeastern University, respectively. Dr. Olivieri-Mui did her post-doctoral training at Hebrew SeniorLife as a Harvard Medical School T32 Translational Research in Aging fellow. Her expertise is in observational health data analytics across topics including: HIV and aging, nursing homes, LGBT health, and related health services research. Her recent work focuses on older people living with HIV to understand how comorbidities, frailty, and other geriatric syndromes influence HIV-related health care quality and antiretroviral adherence patterns, particularly in dependent care settings.