HIV in Rural America
Thank you to everyone who joined us for a special virtual conversation based on research presented in The Lancet’s Special Issue: HIV in the United States.
March 18, 2021
If you couldn't join us live, you can still view the recording at the link above. The slides that the authors presented are also available in .PDF format.
Welcome – Moderator – Sally Hodder, MD
Opening Comments - Maureen Goodenow, PhD, Director, NIH Office of AIDS Research
Introductions - Dr. Hodder
Authors’ presentation of key findings and recommendations:
Patrick Sullivan, DVM, PhD (Emory University). Epidemiology of HIV in the USA: Epidemic Burden, Inequities, Context, and Responses
Tonia Poteat, PhD, PA-C, MPH (University of North Carolina). HIV and Women in the USA: What we Know and Where to go from Here
Kenneth H Mayer, MD (Harvard University). The Persistent and Evolving HIV Epidemic in American Men who have Sex with Men
Judith Feinberg, MD (West Virginia University). The Opioid Crisis and HIV in the USA: Deadly Synergies
Jennifer Kates, PhD, MPA (Kaiser Family Foundation). Insurance Coverage and Financing Landscape for HIV Treatment and Prevention in the USA
Chris Beyrer, MD (Johns Hopkins). Call to Action: How Can the US Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative Succeed?
Responses to Author Presentations:
Leandro Mena, MD (University of Mississippi)
Gary Stein, MD (University of Vermont)
Louis Ortenzio, MD (Clarksburg, WV)
Commentary on what is needed from state government and the NIH:
William Crouch, Secretary, West Virginia Division of Health & Human Resources
Maureen Goodenow, PhD, Director, NIH Office of AIDS Research
Michele McGuirl, PhD, Branch Chief, NIH NIGMS Research Advancement Programs
Clay Marsh, MD, Vice President and Executive Dean, WVU Health Sciences
Question & Answer Session (including authors, respondents, panelists) Moderator – Sally Hodder, MD
Wrap Up Comments and Conclusion – Sally Hodder, MD
Special thanks to The Lancet, NIH Office of AIDS Research and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.