Tetiana Kiriazova, PhD, MSc

Dr. Kiriazova is the director of the Ukrainian Institute on Public Health Policy. She was a recipient of the NIDA INVEST Fellowship and completed her fellowship under the mentorship of Dr. Jeffrey Samet in 2013.  Dr. Kiriazova is currently the Ukrainian principal investigator on Dr. Samet’s NIDA-funded project, Linking Russian Narcology and HIV Care To Enhance Treatment, Retention, and Outcomes (LINC).

Graduate School:

Mechnikov Odessa National University, Ukraine

Additional Pre-Fellowship Training and Experience:

Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Recipient (HIV/AIDS Policy and Prevention): Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, Atlanta

Director of HIV/AIDS Program: “Future without AIDS” Foundation, Ukraine

Consultant: WHO Country Office, Ukraine

Associate Professor: Odessa Regional Institute of Teachers Retraining, Ukraine

Deputy Chairman: Regional Coalition of HIV-Servicing NGOs “Together for Life”

Pre-Fellowship Related Publications:

Pozdniakov S., Neduzhko O., Slavina N., Kiriazova T. Analysis and comparison of initial registration systems for HIV-infected persons in Ukraine and U.S. Journal of Current Aspects of Military Medicine, Ukraine. 2010;16:329-334.

Fellowship Related Publications:

Kiriazova T., Cheng D.M., Coleman S.M., Blokhina E., Krupitsky E., Lira M.C., Bridden C., Raj A., Samet J.H. Factors associated with study attrition among HIV-infected risky drinkers in St. Petersburg, Russia. HIV Clin Trials. 2014;15(3):116–125.


Postdoctoral Training, NIDA and NIH International Program, INVEST Drug Abuse Research Fellowship (USA) (2012-2013)

Fellowship Research Projects:

Linking Russian Narcology & HIV Care to Enhance Treatment, Retention, & Outcomes

Mentor: Jeffrey H. Samet MD, MA, MPH

Current Positions:

Director. Ukrainian Institute on Public Health Policy, Ukraine.