HPTN 073 Writing Retreat!

This HPTN 073 writing retreat held on the campus of the Melvyn Dymally School of Nursing at Charles R Drew University gathered protocol leaders, site leaders, Black Caucus members, lab and data leaders, and advocates together on Jan 19-20. At the retreat the 073 team reviewed the first cut of findings from HPTN 073 in preparation for presentations at conferences and for manuscripts. Steve Shoptaw, Christopher Hucks Ortiz and Dean Sheldon Fields represented Los Angeles team members at this important meeting.

HPTN073 Writing Retreat 01-21-2016



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