Recent Event Videos
Report Back from the International AIDS Conference (IAS) 2023.
Presenters - Judy Auerbach Ph.D., Holly Nisimura Ph.D. MPH and Kristopher Jackson, Ph.D. MPH MSN.
Preparing for Pharmacy-based Delivery of Long-Acting Injectable HIV Antiretrovirals.
Presenter - Jennifer Cocohoba, PharmD, MAS, BCPS, AAHIVP, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy and Vice Chair for Faculty Development, Co-Vice Dean of Clinical Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UCSF School of Pharmacy.
Southwest Asian / North African (SWANA) Racial/Ethnic Categorization in the United States: Implications for Health Disparities and HIV Research.
Presenter - Sarah Abboud, PhD RN Assistant Professor University of Illinois Chicago
The Need for Basic and Strategic Socio-Behavioral Sciences and Partner Protections to Promote Global Ethical Research.
Presenter - Karine Dube DrPh MPhil (Oxon), Associate Profesor of Medicine UC San Diego.
Black Americans' Health and Healthcare Experiences: Understanding the Past and Present to Create a More Equitable Future.
Presenter - Kimberly J. Martin PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UC San Francisco.
HIV Testing Among Key Populations in Iran.
Presenter - Leila Taj MD, research scholar Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS).
Effecting Change in Health Care Systems: Transforming Practice and Policy to Improve HIV Outcomes.
Presenter - Wayne Steward, PhD, MPH is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Prevention Science and co-director of the CAPS Implementation Science and Health Systems Core (ISHS) Core.
Antiracism. Moving Beyond the Equity Statement. PRC Week 2023.
Panel -Greg Rebchook is a Professor at the Division of Prevention Science.
Extrapolation and New Methods for Population Size Estimation.
Presenter - Ali Mirzazadeh, MD, PhD, MPH. UCSF Associate Professor of Epidemiology. Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS).
CAPS 2023 ART Biomarker Update.
Presenters - Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine, and Associate Chief in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Matt Spinelli, MD, MAS, co-director of the Implementation Science Short Course and the Individual-Level Intervention Design course in the UCSF Department of Epidemiology.