Dr. Jo-Ann Jose went to Roosevelt University in Chicago for undergraduate training and Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin School of Medicine and Science for medical school. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Loyola University in Chicago and is board certified in Internal Medicine. She then moved to New Orleans for her fellowship in Infectious Disease at Tulane University, which she completed in 2017. During her fellowship, she earned an MPH with a concentration in Tropical Medicine. She also works at Tulane University in the travel clinic and inpatient at University Medical Center. Her areas of interest are HIV care, HIV prevention, global health, public health, and health disparities. She believes strongly in patient centered care, shared decision-making, and comprehensive models of care that address the root causes of health disparities.