Dr. Vreeman is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and the Joe and Sarah Ellen Scholar for Global Health Research at the Indiana University School of Medicine and Director of Research for the Indiana University Center for Global Health. She is also the North American Director of Research for the AMPATH Research Network in Kenya. The AMPATH partnership provides comprehensive HIV treatment for over 150,000 patients in Kenya and includes a broad research network with over 120 active research protocols in Kenya. Dr. Vreeman also chairs the Pediatric Working Group for the global IeDEA (International Epidemiologic Databases Evaluating AIDS) consortium, a global consortium of HIV care programs funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Dr. Vreeman’s research focuses on improving the provision of healthcare to children within resource-limited settings, focusing on supporting children’s adherence to HIV therapy, disclosure of HIV status, and other HIV-related health behavioral challenges for children and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa.
Dr. Vreeman graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University. She received her MD from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, and completed her internship, residency, and a chief residency in pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. She also completed a fellowship in Children’s Health Services Research and a master's degree in clinical research at the Indiana University School of Medicine.