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2011 David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture: PEPFAR: Moving From Science to Program to Save Lives

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Air date: Tuesday, December 13, 2011, 11:00:00 AM
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Category: David E. Barmes - Global Health
Runtime: 01:02:08
Description: The Barmes Lecture is the single most important named lecture at NIH on global health. Its purpose is to raise the visibility of global health research issues.

Ambassador Eric Goosby, M.D., serves as the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator at the Department of State and as administrator of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). He also manages the federal government’s participation in the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and serves on the operations committee of the Global Health Initiative.

His lecture will highlight the work done through PEPFAR, a program launched eight years ago that Goosby currently oversees as ambassador.

Dr. Goosby has been a pioneer in the fight against AIDS since the earliest days after the epidemic was recognized. He was among the very first physicians to treat people with HIV at San Francisco General Hospital, where he helped to integrate HIV treatment programs with methadone clinics. In 1991, Dr. Goosby moved to Washington to become the first director of the Ryan White CARE program, the nation’s domestic HIV care and support initiative. He then became the director of the Office of HIV/AIDS Policy for the Department of Health and Human Services and served in various capacities in the Clinton White House’s National AIDS Policy Office, where he helped to establish the Minority AIDS Initiative. He also served as CEO of the Pangea Global AIDS Foundation, which works with governments around the world to establish their own sustainable HIV treatment programs.

NIH Director Francis S. Collins will deliver introductory remarks at the Barmes Lecture.

The annual Barmes Lecture honors the late David E. Barmes, special expert for international health at the NIDCR. Prior to joining NIDCR, he served in senior management positions related to oral health, health promotion, and non-communicable diseases at the World Health Organization in Geneva.
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NLM Title: PEPFAR : moving from science to program to save lives [electronic resource] / Eric Goosby.
Series: David E. Barmes global health lecture
Author: Goosby, Eric.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
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Other Title(s): David E. Barmes global health lecture
Abstract: (CIT): The Barmes Lecture is the single most important named lecture at NIH on global health. Its purpose is to raise the visibility of global health research issues. Ambassador Eric Goosby, M.D., serves as the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator at the Department of State and as administrator of the President"s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). He also manages the federal government"s participation in the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and serves on the operations committee of the Global Health Initiative. His lecture will highlight the work done through PEPFAR, a program launched eight years ago that Goosby currently oversees as ambassador. Dr. Goosby has been a pioneer in the fight against AIDS since the earliest days after the epidemic was recognized. He was among the very first physicians to treat people with HIV at San Francisco General Hospital, where he helped to integrate HIV treatment programs with methadone clinics. In 1991, Dr. Goosby moved to Washington to become the first director of the Ryan White CARE program, the nation"s domestic HIV care and support initiative. He then became the director of the Office of HIV/AIDS Policy for the Department of Health and Human Services and served in various capacities in the Clinton White House"s National AIDS Policy Office, where he helped to establish the Minority AIDS Initiative. He also served as CEO of the Pangea Global AIDS Foundation, which works with governments around the world to establish their own sustainable HIV treatment programs. NIH Director Francis S. Collins will deliver introductory remarks at the Barmes Lecture.
Subjects: HIV Infections
International Cooperation
United States Government Agencies
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM ID: 101576007
CIT Live ID: 10715
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