October CFAR Seminar: Tonia Poteat with ESI Speaker Sophia Zamudio-Haas + CFAR Science Spotlight: CAPS

HIV and COVID-19 Inequities among Transgender Women in the U.S.
Keynote Speaker
HIV and COVID-19 Inequities among Transgender Women in the U.S.

Assistant Professor of Social Medicine
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Dr. Tonia Poteat's research, teaching, and practice focus on HIV and sexual and gender minority health with particular attention to transgender health. In addition to her academic work, she provides medical care for people living with HIV at UNC Medical Center. Dr. Poteat is a certified HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine; and she has provided primary care for transgender individuals since 1996.

Early Stage Investigator Speaker Presentation
Remote hair collection for health monitoring: Feasibility and acceptability among trans women
CFAR Science Spotlight: Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS)
Brief Overview of CAPS
Future Directions in HIV Policy Research in the Era of COVID-19
Leveraging Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research to Improve Access to Sexual Health Resources in Sacramento County
Dyadic management of HIV cardiometabolic comorbidities among couples in Malawi
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