Senior Research Associate in Mathematical Epidemiology
University of Bristol

Population Health Sciences

Bristol Medical School

University of Bristol

Oakfield House, Oakfield Grove, Bristol BS8 2BN

United Kingdom

Adelina is an epidemiologist with experience in research applicable to the study of drug use and drug-related harms, including cocaine and opioid use, hepatitis C virus (HCV) transmission and suicide, and access to healthcare and prevention services for people who inject drugs. She has completed her PhD training at the School of Public Health, University of Montreal under the supervision of Professor Julie Bruneau.


She is currently pursuing a post-doctoral fellowship in collaboration with Professors Matthew Hickman and Peter Vickerman at the University of Bristol, UK and Professor Jason Grebely at the Kirby Institute, UNSW Australia. Her current work revolves around examining the impact of incarceration and prison-based prevention strategies on HCV transmission and other health harms in people who inject drugs using mathematical modeling. Adelina’s fellowship is supported through the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé and the Canadian Network on Hepatitis C.


Jason Grebely