Adjunct Associate Professor
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Dr. Lloyd is a behavioural scientist focusing on the design and evaluation of community-based health programs. She has been involved in operations research in resource-limited countries for over twenty years through her work in evaluation, behavior change and communications with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), among others. Dr. Lloyd works with ministries of health to strengthen capacity in integrated vector management strategies that incorporate community-based vector control actions. She is also a consultant with the BEST wastewater treatment project at Aquam Technologies in San Diego, CA. In coordination with a multi-institution program, she manages the community outreach and education activities prior to installation of the new treatment system in a local school in Baja California.
Dr. Lloyd also served for many years in San Diego’s not-for-profit setting. She was the Director for the Center for Research at San Diego Hospice and The Institute for Palliative Medicine (SDHIPM) from 2009 to 2013, where she was responsible for oversight of all research studies conducted at SDHIPM, ensuring compliance with state and federal human subject protections and good clinical practice. She participated in the design and execution of clinical trials and psychosocial studies, and was responsible for data collection, data analysis, and reporting of research findings. While serving as the Vice President for Programs at the Alliance Healthcare Foundation, she worked extensively with not-for-profit organizations to strengthen access to healthcare services and prevention programs in San Diego County.