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  • Mar 11, 2020

Recent GHUCCTS pilot results in publication and Gilead Sciences multi-site study


Rachel K. Scott, MD, MPH, FACOG, using data collected during her GHUCCTS clinical and translational science pilot award, was recently accepted for publication in AIDS Patient Care and STDs. Her manuscript, titled "Integrating HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis into family planning care: a RE-AIM Framework evaluation", will appear in their next edition.

Since her GHUCCTS pilot funding, Dr. Scott has been able to continue this research through a multi-site study funded by Gilead Sciences.


AIDS Patient Care and STDs is the foremost journal providing the latest developments and research in diagnostics and therapeutics designed to prolong the lifespan and improve quality of life for HIV/AIDS patients. The Journal delivers cutting-edge clinical, basic science, sociologic, and behavior-based investigations in HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections. Clinical trials, quantitative and qualitative analyses of pilot studies, comprehensive reviews, and case reports are presented from leading experts and scientists around the world.

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