Principles of STI/HIV Research and Public Health Practice Course

Recorded Lectures

Please see below for select lectures from the 2020 Principles of STI/HIV Research and Public Health Practice course.

 

Tom Quinn, MD, MSc- NIH, Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health

Forty Years of HIV Prevention: Failures and Successes

 

Sharon Hillier, PhD- University of Pittsburgh

Topical HIV Prevention

 

Rachel Winer, PhD, MPH- University of Washington

HPV: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Clinical Aspects

 

Patrick Sullivan, PhD, DVM- Emory University

It’s the Network: Survey Design For Studies of Sexually Transmitted Infections

 

Matthew Golden, MD, MPH- University of Washington

HIV/STI Challenges and Opportunities in 2020

 

Lorenzo Giacani, PhD- University of Washington

Syphilis: Clinical Aspects and Pathogenesis

 

Lisa Manhart, PhD, MPH- University of Washington

Essentials of Epidemiology

 

Kenneth Sherr, PhD, MPH- University of Washington

Implementation Science to Maximize the Potential of Evidence-based Interventions for HIV Control

 

Julie Dombrowski, MD, MPH- University of Washington

HIV Epidemiology, Treatment, and the Care Continuum

 

Greg Millett, MPH- amfAR

Racial Disparities in HIV, STI, and COVID-19 in the United States