Rapid Response Research Awards on COVID-19 and HIV Recipients

The Rapid Response Research Awards on COVID-19 and HIV provides pilot funds to early stage and new HIV/AIDS investigators to collect preliminary data that will further our scientific understanding of the relationships between the coronavirus and HIV epidemics with an emphasis on Washington, DC. Below are the award recipients.9 on HIV services for Latinx sexual

minority men and transgender women in Washington, DC

 

2020: Award Recipients

Rapid Response Research Award Recipient: Dhakrit (Jesse) Rungkitwattanakul, PharmD, BCPS,

Dhakrit (Jesse) Rungkitwattanakul, PharmD, BCPS, has received a rapid response research award to study the characteristics and outcomes of HIV-infected patients with COVID-19.

Rapid Response Research Award Recipient: Carlos E. Rodríguez-Díaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES,

Carlos E. Rodríguez-Díaz, PhD, MPHE, MCHES, has received a rapid response research award to study the impact of COVID-19 on HIV services for Latinx sexual minority men and transgender women in Washington, DC.

Rapid Response Research Award Recipient: Suparna Das, PhD

Suparna Das, PhD, has received a rapid response research award to study the Geospatial impact of COVID-19 on HIV prevention and care in DC.

Rapid Response Research Award Recipient: Shant Ayanian, MD

Shant Ayanian, MD, has received a rapid response research award to study clinical outcomes in patients with HIV and SARS-CoV-2 infection.