McGill University
HIV, hepatitis C, implementation science research, people in prison, vulnerable populations

Dr. Nadine Kronfli is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases at the McGill University Health Centre and Clinician Scientist at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre. Dr. Kronfli's research focuses on designing, deploying, and evaluating evidence-based models of care that aim to increase engagement along the HCV cascade of care for vulnerable populations, with a particular focus on screening and linkage to care for people in the provincial prison system in Canada. She is also the Vice-Chair of INHSU-Prisons (, which seeks to ensure scientific knowledge and information exchange, knowledge translation, and advocacy for enhanced HCV care in custodial settings. Equipped with a Master's in Public Health, the ultimate goal of Dr. Kronfli's research is to support the development of evidence-based policies to improve population health with an emphasis on eliminating hepatitis C.