Tozoe Marton is a member of RTI’s Women’s Global Health Imperative. She specializes in studies of the safety, acceptability, and adherence of HIV prevention methods in eastern and southern Africa. She is skilled in literature reviews, descriptive and multivariate statistical analyses, and programming languages including Stata, R, SPSS, SAS, SQL, and Access.
Before joining RTI in 2019, Ms. Marton was a research assistant at Simmons University, using the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey to examine the risk behavior of LGBTQ+ youth in U.S. public schools. She also helped design and implement research on OBGYN medical devices used in the United States.