Adapting and implementing TRIUMPH/Triunfo to improve HIV prevention and care for trans Latinas in Oakland
Greg Rebchook, PhD
Greg Rebchook is an Associate Professor at UCSF CAPS and also works in the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health. He is a sociocultural psychologist who has worked in HIV prevention since 1989. He currently directs the Community Engagement Core in the Division of Prevention Science and specializes in conducting behavioral research on HIV prevention and engagement in care with young MSM and trans women of color.
HOPE: Developing a Status Neutral, Mobile Health Clinic Model in Alameda County
Albert Liu, MD, MPH
Dr. Liu is an HIV prevention researcher. Professional interests include antiretroviral use for HIV prevention (PrEP and PEP), HIV prevention/treatment in Asia, HIV clinical care.
Natalie Wilson, PhD, DNP, MPH
Dr. Wilson is interested in HIV/AIDS research with a particular interest in focusing on the relationship between symptoms and inflammation resulting from factors associated with microbial translocation. My immediate research goals are to prepare and complete a Career Development Award to examine the anti-inflammatory effects of Cannabinoids or cannabidiol (CBD) on HIV-related inflammation resulting from microbial translocation and associated symptoms such as poor appetite and chronic pain among people living with HIV-1 viral suppression. I specifically would like to work toward developing evidenced-based adjunctive strategies to transition of people living with HIV-related chronic pain off of opiates.
eHealth Enhanced Substance Use and HIV Service Navigation for Justice-Involved Young Adults
Emily Dauria, PhD, MPH
Dr. Dauria is interested in employing mixed methods to explore health disparities related to substance use, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections among marginalized populations. She has a particular interest in exploring these issues among juveniles and adults involved in the criminal justice system.