Ms. Iritani serves as Project Coordinator on “Ethics of HIV-Related Research Involving Adolescents in Kenya” and its supplement on implementation of voluntary medical male circumcision. In addition, she works on evaluation projects of substance abuse prevention and other public health initiatives. She conducts literature search and review, data management and analysis, manuscript preparation and writing, project coordination, grant proposal support, and preparation of IRB applications. Projects she has worked on have used a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods; topics have included mental health, pregnancy, schooling support, adolescents living with HIV, HIV prevention, and substance use. She has a B.A. in Sociology and Psychology (Univ. of California, Santa Cruz), M.A. in Psychology (Stanford Univ.), and Master of Social Service (Bryn Mawr College). She has been at PIRE since 2002.