The HIV Research Award recognizes HIVMA members who have made outstanding contributions to HIV medicine in clinical or basic research. Nominees must actively be engaged in HIV research and must be junior to mid-career, such as an associate professor or its equivalent for an institution without a formal academic rank. The award will be based on innovation and originality and require demonstration of significant independent research (such as success in securing independent peer-reviewed grant funding) and productivity (such as publications in peer-reviewed journals). How to nominate a colleague.
Dr. Gebo is a national and international expert in HIV clinical outcomes and health care utilization. During her productive career, she has published over 90 articles, 54 as first or last author, in leading infectious diseases and health services subspecialty journals. Her extensive research on health care utilization, HIV-related disparities and the cost of care is frequently considered and cited by policymakers, including numerous federal agencies. Dr. Gebo also is an expert in the field of HIV and aging and is well recognized for her extensive research in the field of adolescent HIV. She has been the senior author on several important papers influencing patient care, including a 2010 article on HIV and aging that evaluated the impact of age on response to antiretroviral therapy. A 2011 paper that demonstrated high rates of pregnancy, repeat pregnancy, and adverse birth outcomes among HIV-infected female youth in the U.S. that was selected by “Faculty of 1000.” Dr. Gebo is associate professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; director of the Undergraduate Public Health Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences; and has joint appointments as associate professor of epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and associate professor of sociology at Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.
2011 - Marshall Glesby, MD, PhD, FIDSA & Michael Mugavero, MD, MHSc2010 - Peter W. Hunt, MD & David M. Smith, MD2009 - Benigno Rodriguez, MD2008 - Rochelle Walensky, MD2007 - Grace McComsey, MD2006 - Susan J. Little, MD2005 - Steven Deeks, MD2004 - Diane Havlir, MD
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