Biomedical HIV Prevention: Challenges to Implementation

March 12, 2018 -

12:30pm to 2:00pm

The Center for Health Equity Presentes

Eve Mokotoff, MPH, from the Detroit Health Department & Consulting Firm HIV Counts

who will speak on Biomedical HIV Prevention: Challenges to Implementation

Eve is widely recognized as a national expert on collecting HIV surveillance data and its use for prevention and care.  She has led a successful HIV Surveillance Program for the State of Michigan for over 26 years, started a consulting firm in 2012, and has worked with CDC, CSTE, NASTAD, JSI, Inc., HealthHIV, GEARS, Inc. and 20 state and local health departments on the technical issues involved with "Data to Care" ----using HIV surveillance and other data directly for prevention and care.

Co-presenter is

Kwesi Willacy, from the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD)

Kwesi is the Infectious Diseases Program Manager at ACHD, in Pittsburgh, PA.  He oversees the administration of ACHD's Immunizations, HIV/STD, and Tuberculosis programs.  Prior to moving to Pittsburgh in 2014, Kwesi worked with the HIV/AIDS program at Miami-Dade County Health Department (MDCHD) in Miami, FL. During that time, he provided HIV risk reduction interventions to African American/Black males and their partners.  He also developed and coordinated a county-wide HIV testing program, to engage high-risk populations and to promote early and routine testing for HIV. 

 

 

Location and Address

University of Pittsburgh

Graduate School of Public Health Building

Room---G23 Parran Hall Auditorium

130 DeSoto Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15261

Directions and Parking Information

on street meter parking

Soldiers & Sailors Garage

O'Hara Street Parking Garage