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Johns Hopkins HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Sciences Training Program

The program is a T32 grant funded mission is to train pre-doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows to become leaders at the forefront of research in HIV/AIDS with advanced competencies and state-of-the-art skills in 3 training tracks

The program faculty spans a wide range of disciplines with strong collaborations across public health and medicine with expertise in HIV, clinical, laboratory and prevention sciences and the program draws on the strength and diversity of the JHU Center for AIDS Research (CFAR).

The program faculty spans a wide range of disciplines with strong collaborations across public health and medicine with expertise in HIV, clinical, laboratory and prevention sciences and the program draws on the strength and diversity of the JHU Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). Tuition and stipend funding for post-doctoral trainees are available for one to two years through an NIH training program for US Citizens or permanent residents.  

Program Director, Dr. Chris Beyrercbeyrer@jhu.edu; Program co-Director, Dr. Shruti Mehta, smehta@jhu.edu,  

Please contact the Program Administrator, Kristin Hunt, kshunt@jhu.edu for more information.

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Monthly brown-bag for the Johns Hopkins HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Sciences Program. 
(From left to right)  Jordan White,  MS, Matt Miller, Bill Moss, MD, Greg Kirk, Shruti Mehta, PhD, Chris Beyrer, MD, MPH, Allison McFall, PhD, Taha Taha, PhD, MPH, MBBS,  Jowanna Malone, MSc,  Mitchel Wharton, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, CNS, Kevon Jackman, MPH PhD, and Lelia Chaisson, MSc

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Katherine Rucinski, PhD, MPH is a current T32 post-doctoral fellow and she recently presented a poster at annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). Her project was titled "High HIV prevalence and low ART coverage among young women who sell sex across sub-Saharan Africa."