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Third Coast CFAR Seminar: Nanette Benbow presenting on "Informing Public Health Action with Molecular HIV Surveillance in Illinois"

TC-CFAR Speaker Series

Informing Public Health Action with Molecular HIV Surveillance in Illinois

Nanette Benbow, M.A.S.

Stonewall Conference Rooms, Suite 1400
625 N. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL

Nanette Benbow, M.A.S, (she/her) is a research assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; Director of the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (TC-CFAR) End HIV Scientific Working Group; and member of the Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology. Her research interests include the use of epidemiologic and network modeling to improve HIV prevention and care continua; health equity for Latinos and sexual and gender minorities; and developing academic-public health partnerships in implementing evidence-based interventions that reduce HIV incidence in local settings. 

Before joining the Northwestern Faculty in 2016, Ms. Benbow was deputy commissioner of the STI/HIV Services Bureau of the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) where she oversaw the development and implementation of prevention and care interventions.