This month the world lost a talented young scholar who was a joy to have on our research team. Dr. Nancy Czaicki was a doctoral student in our research group from 2012 to 2016 and was most recently working at the Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia. She played an integral role in the launch of our study to evaluate the effectiveness of food and cash transfers, and she was leading her own research to understand how incentives change human behavior. Nancy deeply cared about ending the HIV epidemic and she was committed to helping people with HIV to live longer and healthier lives. We will miss our lively scientific debates, our fearless traveling companion, and the world will miss out on the contributions of a very talented scientist. Read more about Dr. Czaicki and her impact on everyone who met her here.