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The End of AIDS: 
Biomedical Technologies and Social Determinants - Ever the Twain Shall Meet?

with Judith D. Auerbach, PhD
Sociologist, Independent Science and Policy Consultant

Date:
Thursday, November 29th
Time:  6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location:
CUSSW
1255 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY

This presentation will also be broadcast LIVE on the internet at livestream.com/columbiaalumniassociation

 
 

Dr. Auerbach will explore two themes that have emerged in recent years as key to ending AIDS-biomedical technologies and social determninants of health-and how they have and have not been brought together in HIV prevention circles.  With a focus on "treatment as prevention," she will address scientific and policy issues attendant with these themes from a social science lens.

Cosponsored by the CUSSW Office of Development and Alumni Relations

 
 
 
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