Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS

The B.C. Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS is dedicated to improving the health of British Columbians with HIV through the development, ongoing monitoring and dissemination of comprehensive research and treatment programs for HIV and related diseases. The Centre is a key provincial resource, serving all health authorities, regions and citizens of B.C. The Centre places the disease under the microscope, provides care and treatment to those infected, educates doctors and healthcare professionals throughout the province, and promotes evidence-based social policy that helps protect people from acquiring the virus.

 

Research Supervisors

Name Research Interests
Deering, Kathleen Sexual health inequities, Gender and health, HIV prevention, treatment and care, Sex work, Social/health geography , Gender and violence, Stigma , Community-based research, Novel methodological approaches in epidemiology
Harrigan, Paul Drug Resistance, Genotyping, Automated Sequencing, Drug Development, and Clinical Trials
Kerr, Thomas harm reduction, injection drug users, HIV / AIDS, safe injection site, addiction, HIV/AIDS, injection drug use, health policy and service evaluation, and community-based research methods
Knight, Rodney
Milloy, Michael-John
Nolan, Seonaid
Shannon, Kate epidemiology, HIV/AIDS, sex work, public health, community health, gender epidemiology, health prevention, social determinants of health, community-based research, gender inequities, sexual health, vulnerable populations, structural determinants, qualitative evaluations, HIV/STI prevention, Social determinants of sexual health, HIV/AIDS and access to care among marginalized populations, particularly youth, sex workers, and women at-risk and living with HIV
Wood, Evan substance use, addiction, injection drug use, opioids, alcohol, population health, epidemiology, urban health