Dr. Bo Wang is a Professor in the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at UMass Chan Medical School. He is a biostatistician and behavioral epidemiologist by training, with 20 years of experience in HIV prevention and implementation science research. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed articles (first author on 30 articles) in high impact scientific journals, such as Implementation Science, Prevention Science, and AIDS and Behavior. He has served and is currently serving as a principal investigator, co-investigator, and biostatistician on multiple NIH grants. He has acquired significant expertise in the design of intervention studies utilizing state-of-the-art research designs (MOST/SMART) and application of advanced statistical methods (e.g., structure equation modeling, group-based trajectory analysis, latent transition model) in biomedical research. His current research is supported by the NIH (R01 HD095765, 8/2018-06/2023; R34 MH124081, 8/2021-07/2024; R21/R33 HD107988-01). The Bahamas national implementation study aims to develop theory-driven implementation strategies to increase sustained teacher implementation fidelity, and thereby increase the general public health impact of evidence-based interventions in schools. The Thailand PrEP project aims to develop a highly innovative mHealth intervention to improve PrEP uptake and adherence in Thai young MSM. He also serves as MPI on suicide risk prediction R01 project (R01MH118220, 03/2019-02/2023).