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On World AIDS Day: Remember and Commit

The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is credited with saving 25 million lives and remains the largest commitment to a single disease in history. But, 20 years in, this lifesaving global program is in jeopardy. This year, remember how far we’ve come in treating and preventing HIV, and commit to ending HIV as a public health threat.

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Assistant Scientist
International Health

Kaitlyn Atkins, PhD, is a social epidemiologist with a focus on community-engaged, mixed methods research that optimizes the sexual and mental health of multiply marginalized populations.

Darriel Harris
Research Associate
Environmental Health and Engineering

Darriel Harris, PhD ‘21, MA, is interested in faith-based health communications, neighborhood related health factors, social determinants of health, and community-based participatory research.

Radhika Raghunathan
Assistant Research Professor
Mental Health

Radhika Raghunathan, MSPH '16, PhD '20, examines multilevel and longitudinal processes influencing children’s social, emotional, and behavioral well-being, and antecedents of mental health disorders.

Steven Chow
Research Associate
Environmental Health and Engineering

Steven Chow, PhD '19, MSE '15, investigates detection of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in water, treatment technologies for PFAS, and water quality monitoring within the greater Baltimore region.

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