The DC CFAR mission is to intensify our multi-institutional effort to promote and support research that contributes to ending the HIV epidemic in Washington, DC and beyond in partnership with government and community.
Dr. Tamara Taggart and colleagues recently published an article entitled "Social Media & PrEP: A Systematic Review of Social Media Campaigns to Increase PrEP Awareness & Uptake Among Young Black and Latinx MSM and Women".
Dr. Catherine Bollard’s career has taken her around the world and through multiple disciplines in medicine. A native of New Zealand, Dr. Bollard earned her Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, and Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Otago, before holding appointments in London and in Texas.
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