SPRC LunchBox Series with Public Health-Seattle & King County

The SPRC in collaboration with the HIV/AIDS Program of Public Health-Seattle & King County (PHSKC), hosts a series of presentations by CFAR and PHSKC researchers to showcase local advances in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment.  These presentations include reviews of research, works-in-progress, and more. If you are interested in presenting at a Lunchbox Talk, please email sprc at uw.edu.

Upcoming SPRC Lunchbox Talk presentations:

  • Sept 19, 2017
    Speaker: Roxanne Kerani
    Title: Location of HIV acquisition and HIV testing history among African-born PLWH in the U.S.
    Location: Ninth and Jefferson Building, Room 1309
  • November 14, 2017
    Speaker: Lara Strick
    Topic: HIV and Incarcerated PLWH (Title TBD)
    Location: Ninth and Jefferson Building, Room 1309

Here are presentations from previous LunchBox presentations:

7/11/17: Darcy Rao: An Online Survey for Behavioral Surveillance and Monitoring PrEP Use in Washington: Findings and Methodological Insights
Link to the lecture slides here.

5/16/17: Christine Khosropour: The Influence of PrEP Implementation on Seroadaptive Behaviors Among Seattle MSM
Link to the recorded session here.

3/21/17: Julia Hood: "Unstable Housing & HIV: Triangulating King County Data Sources to Inform Local Planning"
Link to the recorded session here.

1/10/17: Deepa Rao,Chris Kemp: “Reducing HIV Stigma Among African American Women: Results from the Unity Health Study”
Link to the recorded session here.

12/6/16: Jeanette Birnbaum, Sara Glick, Deven Hamilton, Roxanne Kerani, Martina Morris, Darcy Rao:
“Modelling the Local Heterosexual HIV Epidemic: Understanding disparities and supporting prevention planning.”
Link to the recorded session here.

9/13/16: Galant Chan and Daniel Gordon: “Epidemiologic Ups and Downs of HIV – Insights and Challenges Revealed by Life Table Analyses.”  Link to the recorded session here.

7/12/16: Sarah Glick and Richard Burt: "HIV Prevalence and Risk Behavior Among Women Who Exchange Sex for Monday or Drugs in the Seattle Area."

5/17/16: Joanne Stekler and David Katz: "Novel Strategies for Detecting Early HIV Infection."

3/22/16: Jeanette Birnbaum and Martina Morris: "A Non-Statistician's Guide to Estimating Undiagnosed HIV: Understanding the CDC and UW Back-Calculation Models." Link to the recorded session here. Corrected version of the slides for this talk here.

1/19/16: Lisa Manhart: "Urethritis in Men: Evaluating the Role of the Urethral Microbiome."

7/28/15: Julia Hood: "Encouraging Results from the Seattle Pride Survey: Increases in Percent Insured and Awareness and Uptake of HIV Prevention Innovations among Men who have Sex with Men, 2009-15." Link to the recorded session here.

5/26/15: Karen Segar: "HIV Risk Behaviors Among Substance Abusing Men Committing Intimate Partner Violence Against Women." Link to the recorded session here.

3/24/15: Samuel Jenness: "Mathematical Modeling for Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning II: Epi-Model--Tools for Modeling Infectious Disease Transmission Dynamics." Link to the recorded session here.

1/27/15: Steven Goodreau: "Mathematical Modeling for Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning I: MARDHAM--Exploring the drivers of racial disparities in HIV among MSM." Link to the powerpoint from this session here. 

11/25/14: Catie Henley: “Development and Assessment of a Tablet-based Clinical Training Approach for Nurses Providing Option B+ Services in Mozambique.” Link to the recorded session here. 

9/23/14: Rosa Solorio: "HIV Prevention Messages Targeting Young Latino Immigrant MSM Who May Not Identify as Gay." Link to the recorded session here .

7/22/14: Jennifer Unger: “Mobile Phone Messaging to Improve Uptake of Maternal and Child Health Services (Mobile WaCH) in Kenya: a randomized trial.” Link to the lecture slides here.

5/27/14: Roxanne Kerani: "Local HIV acquisition and missed opportunities for HIV testing among African-born residents of the US:  Current evidence and ongoing work." Link to the recorded session here.

3/25/14: Michael Arnold: "Facilitators of Willlingness to Participate in  HIV Cure Trials Requiring Treatment Interruption." Link to the recorded session here.

1/28/14: Joanne Stekler and Sarah McDougal: "Investigating smartphone apps as an intervention to reduce HIV incidence and improve sexual health among MSM”. Link to the recorded session here.

11/26/13: Panel-"Updating HIV/AIDS School Currciula" with Jodie Howerton, Andrea Gerber, Brett Niessen, Laurie Dils, and Bob Wood. Link to Brett Niessen's presentation here.