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Prevention Science and Community Engagement Core

Director: Metzger, David Scott., PhD


The mission of the Prevention Science and Community Engagement Core (PSCE) is to identify, foster and support new opportunities for social and behavioral research in HIV/AIDS that both serve the needs of CFAR investigators and enable research in emerging CFAR and national scientific priorities. The PSCE strives to facilitate scientific and operational linkages between CFAR behavioral and social scientists and clinical and basic science investigators; lead the Penn CFAR in developing meaningful community partnerships, and enable the HIV/AIDS research agenda in areas of high opportunity and synergy including the Scientific Working Group in Technology to Reduce HIV Disparities and through collaborations with the new Philadelphia Mental Health AIDS Research Center. The Core is led by Drs. David Metzger (Core Director), Michael Blank (Co-Director), John Jemmott (Core Investigator), Anne Teitelman (Core Investigator) and Tiffany Dominique (Core Coordinator).



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Last updated: 2019-10-28T14:48:55.406-04:00

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