Valerie Earnshaw

Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Sciences · University of Delaware

Prof. Earnshaw examines associations between stigma and health inequities.

Health Inequities Health Outcomes HIV Stigma AIDS Stigma Stigmatized Conditions‎

Rodger MacArthur, MD

Professor · Augusta University

A widely recognized expert in COVID-19, HIV antiretroviral therapy, resistance to antiretroviral drugs, and sepsis.

Deep soft tissue infections HIV COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Sepsis Infectious Global Health

Sandra Ka Hon Chu

Director of Research and Advocacy · Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network / Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida

Human rights advocate for people living with, affected by and vulnerable to HIV.

Hiv / Aids Prison health Drug Policy Harm Reduction Sex Work and Prostitution Law

Kate Murzin

Health Programs Specialist · Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation

Kate's aims to build and nurture collaborative working relationships between the HIV, aging and/or chronic illness sectors.

Hiv / Aids Aging Chronic Illness Sectors Aging with HIV Health Promotion Program Planning

Angela Crawley

Scientist, Chronic Disease Program · Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Chronic Disease Program

Angela Crawley's lab studies the immunopathogenesis of HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) infection.

Biomedical Research Immunology Chronic Disease T-cell biology Hepatitis C Virus Infection (Hcv)

Dr. Adey Nyamathi

Founding Dean and Distinguished Professor of Nursing · UC Irvine

Dr. Nyamathi conducts studies among vulnerable groups, including homeless, drug-addicted and incarcerated persons and gay/bisexual youth.

Vulnerable Populations Tuberculosis Role of Nursing Hiv/Aids Hepatitis

Shan-Lu Liu

Professor I Department of Veterinary Biosciences · The Ohio State University

Professor Liu studies virus-host interactions, in particular how RNA viruses enter host cells and cause pathogenesis in humans and animals.

Viral Infections HIV Ebola Lung Cancer Cancer Biology

Petra Molnar

Associate Director · Refugee Law Lab, Osgoode Hall Law School

Refugee and migration issues; technology and human rights; immigration detention; and the relationship between law, society, and culture

Technology and human rights Anthropology of Migration Ethnography and Ethnographic Writing Women's Rights Refugee and Human Rights Issues

Jeffrey Bennett

Associate Professor of Communication Studies · Vanderbilt University

Medical humanities expert who specializes in health, citizenship, LGBT/queer studies, cultural studies and rhetorical theory and criticism.

Queer Healthcare Queer vernacular LGBTQ Health HIV Prevention HIV & AIDS

Bridgette M. Rice, PhD, MDiv, APRN, FAAN

The Richard and Marianne Kreider Endowed Professor in Nursing for Vulnerable Populations · M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing | Villanova University

Dr. Rice is an expert in community-based practice with a focus on gun violence, youth mental health, and health equity.

Community & Public Health Nursing Behavioral Health youth mental health Health Equity Substance Absue

Peter Gulick, DO FACP, FIDSA, FACOI

Professor of Medicine · Michigan State University

Take care of HIV/AIDS patients as well as Hepatitis C, B patients at 3 sites in Michigan

Hepatitis C Hiv/Aids Hepatitis B

Ryan J. Watson, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies · University of Connecticut

Watson's research focuses on vulnerable adolescents, with a focus on interpersonal relationships.

Social Support LGBTQ Health Sexual Health, HIV Prevention Sexual/Gender Minority Youth and Young Adult Health Family Acceptance and Rejection

Elaine Hyshka

Assistant Professor, School of Public Health · University of Alberta

Professor Hyshka is a health services and policy researcher focused on reducing the health, social, and economic costs of substance misuse.

Harm Reduction Opioids Cannabis Drug Policy Substance misuse

David J. Hardy

Professor of Psychology | Psychological Science · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Cognitive Neuropsychology Information Processing Hiv/Aids Aging

Tricia Wachtendorf

Director / Professor, Disaster Research Center / Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice · University of Delaware

Prof. Wachtendorf expertise lies in the social, organizational, and decision-making aspects of disasters.

evacuations Multi-organizational coordination and responses in disasters Transnational crises Improvisation and adaptation Community-based approaches to preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation

B. Frank Gupton, Ph.D.

Floyd D. Gottwald, Jr. Chair in Pharmaceutical Engineering; Chair, Professor, Department of Chemical and Life Science Engineering · VCU College of Engineering

Professor Gupton's research is focused on the development of new technologies that will streamline organic synthesis

Cross-Coupling Catalysis Flow Chemistry / Continual Chemical Processing Organic Synthesis in Pharmaceutical Applications

Annabelle Nelson, Ph.D.

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Doctoral Faculty in the School of Leadership Studies

Consciousness Studies Youth Development Multicultural Education Consciousness Studies Intuition and Imagery

Jay Rappaport

Director · Tulane University

Rappaport is an expert in HIV/AIDS and nonhuman primate models of diseases in biomedical research.

COVID-19 Hiv/Aids Neuroscience Coronavirus

Robert Cook

Professor/M.D. · University of Florida

Dr. Robert Cook is a professor within the Department of Epidemiology focusing on preventative health care.

Primary Care Medicine Alcohol Consumption Sexually Transmitted Diseases HIV Infection Stigma

Kylo-Patrick Hart

Professor and Chair of Film, Television and Digital Media · Texas Christian University

Kylo-Patrick R. Hart teaches courses in film and television history, theory and criticism; film screenwriting; and queer media studies.

Masculinity and Sexual Orientation in Film and Entertainment Queer Media Studies Media Representations of HIV/AIDS Stardom Popular Culture