Principles of STI/HIV Research and Public Health Practice Course

Recorded Lectures

Please see below for select lectures from the 2020 and 2021 Principles of STI/HIV Research and Public Health Practice course.

Thumbi Ndung’u PhD, African Health Research Institute

State of the Science on HIV Vaccines and Cure Research

Nelly Mugo MBChB, MMed, MPH, University of Washington

Cervical Cancer Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Greg Millet MPH, amfAR

Racial Disparities on HIV/STI in the US

Lindley Barbee MD, MPH, Seattle & King County STD Clinic

Gonorrhea: Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, and Clinical Aspects

Jen Balkus MPH, PhD, University of Washington Epidemiology

HIV Immunology and Pathogenesis

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