Franco is a board-certified Internal Medicine doctor, current 2nd year Infectious diseases fellow at UCSF in the research track as well as an MPH candidate in Epidemiology at University of California Berkeley. He currently serves as the chair for the board of directors of Latinos Salud, one of the largest non-profit organizations in south Florida serving Latino gay men. Franco is also a TAPS fellow and his research interests include improvement of PrEP access, equity and disparities, increasing PrEP uptake amongst Latinx and African American individuals as well as implementation and integration of PrEP choices for all people. Franco is working with Dr. Hyman Scott and his current research project which he will be presenting today looks at predictors of oral daily vs oral on-demand PrEP amongst MSM in San Francisco. He is also working on a CFAR funded project looking at MPOX natural infection vs. MPOX vaccine long term cellular immune response among MSM living with HIV or currently on PrEP in San Francisco.