CAPS Community Town Hall: Jonathon Anderson PharmD; Trevor Hawkins, MD, Gilead Medical Affairs Dept. — HIV Prevention at Gilead
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September 12, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
Topic: Gilead’s work with community based organizations and the scale up of PrEP
Jonathon Anderson, PharmD.
Manager, Medical Affairs, Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Jonathon Anderson is a pharmacist from St. Louis, Missouri where he graduated from St. Louis College of Pharmacy. Over his twelve and a half year career in St. Louis he served many diverse patient populations , most recently working in the community of Ferguson, MO before coming to Gilead in January 2017. Since graduation, Jonathon served on the St. Louis College of Pharmacy Alumni Association Board of Directors, has been a passionate preceptor and mentor for pharmacy students, and has worked to be a health-care advocate to any underserved or underrepresented patients who would not otherwise have one.
Trevor Hawkins, MD
Sr. Medical Director, Medical Affairs, Gilead Sciences. Inc.
Trevor Hawkins got his MD from Manchester University in the UK in 1971 and did postgraduate work at Charing Cross Hospital in London. He saw his first patient with HIV disease in 1986 in the U.S. and thus started his lifelong interest in HIV disease. He was the founder and CMO of the Southwest CARE Center, an HIV specialty clinic and community health center serving Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. He was a faculty member of the UNM ECHO program and taught residents and fellows about the clinical management of HIV. He was heavily involved in clinical research into HIV and HCV disease, both HCV mono infected as well as HIV/HCV co-infected. He is the recipient of numerous awards for services to people with HIV disease in his community. He joined Gilead in September 2015 to lead the PrEP and HIV Prevention program in Medical Affairs.