Pedro Carneiro MPH

Clinical Data Scientist, NACHC

As Clinical Data Scientist at the National Association of Community Health Centers, Pedro Carneiro focuses on collecting and using social determinants of health (SDOH) data, informatics solutions to primary care issues, and understanding the determinants of uptake and adherence to HIV biomedical prevention in the US, like pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Prior to this role, Pedro served as the Director of Population Health at Callen-Lorde Community Health Center where he worked with federal and state initiatives to improve the health of LGBTQ patients. In 2016, Pedro was awarded the Joep Lange and Jacqueline van Tongeren Prize for young investigators by the International AIDS Society for his work on implementation research of PrEP. In 2019, Pedro was awarded the Emerging Health Leader award by the Milken Institute School of Health at George Washington University. Over the course of his career, Pedro has published extensively on HIV prevention topics in several peer-review journals. Pedro is currently a doctoral candidate in Community Health and Health Policy at the CUNY School of Public Health