HIV management in special subpopulations including, immigrants of color, pregnant women, transactional sex workers, and people with substance use disorder
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Título AdministrativoAssociate Hospital Epidemiologist, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Boston University Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine
EducaciónJacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at the University at Buffalo, 2006
ResidenciaInternal Medicine, Boston University Medical Center, 2006-2009
BecasInfectious Disease, Boston University Medical Center, 2009-2011
Certificaciones de la JuntaInfectious Disease, American Board of Internal Medicine
Intereses EspecialesHIV management in special subpopulations including, immigrants of color, pregnant women, transactional sex workers, and people with substance use disorder
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