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Observation: On HIV/AIDS

This series features several GW researchers and clinicians, shining a spotlight on how the virus has touched their lives and how they continue to work toward an end to the epidemic.

Red Ribbons: Chapter 1Chapter One: The Psychiatrist to Whom Doctors Should Refer HIV Patients

The first of several installments of “Observation: On HIV/AIDS,” highlighting the pivotal role the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences has had on HIV/AIDS treatment, research, and education in Washington, D.C. 

Red Ribbons: Chapter 2Chapter Two: "It's the Virus, Stupid"

In the second installment of “Observation: On HIV/AIDS,” GW faculty members Gary Simon, MD, PhD, Walter G. Ross Professor of Medicine at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and Alan E. Greenberg, MD ’82, MPH, professor and chair of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at GW, discuss their work in HIV/AIDS and what led to the creation of the D.C. Center for AIDS Research.

Red Ribbons: Chapter 3Chapter Three: "A Translator of Sorts"

In the final installment of “Observation: On HIV/AIDS,” GW faculty member Lawrence “Bopper” Deyton, MD, ’85, at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, unveils a story of self-discovery. Detailing the struggles of discrimination, and the fight for social justice and equality to promote community care and awareness in Washington, D.C.