As the XIX International AIDS Conference met in Washington, DC, this month, Science highlighted the UC San Diego Division of Global Public Health’s El Cuete project and KPBS released a video and story about another of the division’s studies, Mujer Mas Segura.
In the local media, KPBS interviewed Dr. Steffanie Strathdee (pictured at left above) and Dr. Jose Luis Burgos about the Changing HIV Risks in Female Sex Workers-Injection Drug Users on the Mexico-US Border study, known as Mujer Mas Segura. Go to video story “UC San Diego Study Aims To Reduce The Risks In The Sex Trade”
Steffanie Strathdee, PhD, is Associate Dean of Global Health Sciences and Harold Simon Professor and Chief of the UC San Diego Division of Global Public Health. She directs the UC San Diego Global Health Initiative and is founding co-director of the UC Global Health Institute’s Center for Migration and Health.
Jose Luis Burgos, MD, MPH, is assistant professor of medicine in the Division of Global Public Health.
Related stories from UC San Diego and the University of California:
- NIH Funds UCGHI GloCal Health Fellowship to Train Next Generation of Global Health Researchers
- Intervention Effort Cuts HIV Incidence Among Female Sex Workers
- Burden of HIV/TB Infections Increasingly Falling on Hispanic Community
- Study Confirms High Rate of TB Infection in Tijuana Injection Drug Users