UW/Fred Hutch CFAR Seminar

Join Us at This In-Person and Virtual Seminar Talk:

Community, Academic, and Public Health Partnerships: The Key to Ending the HIV Epidemic

Given the value of in-person attendance for stimulating scientific dialogue and fostering collaborations, it would be great to see you in person. Our speakers will be in person and refreshments will be provided! However, if you plan to attend virtually, you're welcome to register on Zoom.

Thursday, November 02, 2023
Start Time:
4 p.m. PDT
Host or Sponsor:
UW/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research
Harborview Medical Center, Research and Training Building Auditorium

325 9th Ave.
Seattle WA, 98104



Keynote Speaker

Aadia Rana, MD

Aadia Rana, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama-Birmingham
Associate Scientist with the UAB Center for AIDS Research

Dr. Aadia Rana's NIH funded research focuses on assessing inequities in HIV outcomes and care utilization, and development and implementation of clinic and community based interventions to improve outcomes among people with and at risk for HIV. She is Chair of AIDS Clinical Trials Group Protocol 5359, a randomized control trial testing a strategy of long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy with conditional economic incentives in people with HIV with a history of non-adherence and instrumental in the development of key community and public health partnerships critical to achieving the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) goals and is PI or Co-I on numerous HIV outcomes and effectiveness, hybrid, and implementation science grants conducted in collaboration with public health agencies across the Deep South.

UW/Fred Hutch CFAR Seminar