A hashtag that describes my tenure at IQ Solutions: #preventionbeatscure
I bring a new wave of more than 2 years of epidemiology and public health experience, including HIV and other infectious diseases expertise, strong analytical skills, research reporting, and research grant writing.
I enjoy witnessing first-hand how mental illnesses and chronic and infectious diseases are being prevented and progression is slowed in a variety of populations. Characterizing preventative research and bringing attention to under researched areas is a big deal… It is very motivating knowing that we are at the forefront of reducing health disparities.
My biggest inspiration is watching the creativity of principal investigators in developing clinical trials, interventions, models, or methods to promote good health and well-being and prevent new ailments, while they tackle existing health conditions one by one, and sometimes simultaneously.
April marks STD (also known as STI—sexually transmitted infection) Awareness Month, an annual month-long observance intended to increase public awareness surrounding the prevention, testing, treatment, and impact of sexually transmitted diseases in the United States.
To curtail the growing HIV and AIDS epidemic in African Americans, NBHAAD was designed to test, educate, raise awareness among, and mobilize the black community. February 7, 2016, marks the 16th anniversary of NBHAAD.
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