Aberg, MD, FIDSA, has been named director of the Division of Infectious Diseases
and Immunology in the Department of Medicine at New York University School of
Medicine. A professor of medicine and the principal investigator of the AIDS
Clinical Trials Unit at NYU, Dr. Aberg is also director of virology at Bellevue
Hospital in New York City. As a member and chair of several panels, Dr. Aberg
has been instrumental in developing national, state, and local guidelines. In
addition, she currently serves as chair-elect of the HIV Medicine Association
(HIVMA) Board of Directors. Dr. Aberg is also an editor for HIV Clinical Trials and serves on
editorial boards and as an ad hoc reviewer for multiple biomedical journals.
H. Mayer, MD, FIDSA, has received the Congressman Gerry E. Studds Award, an award that
is given annually at the Fenway Health Institute’s “The Men’s Event” fundraiser
in Boston to honor individuals of integrity and selflessness who embody the
spirit of service and provide positive leadership for the lesbian, gay, bisexual,
and transgender community. Dr. Mayer currently serves as medical research director
and co-chair of the Fenway Institute. He is also director of the Brown University AIDS Program and professor
of medicine and community health. Dr. Mayer currently serves as co-chair of the
Center for Global Health Policy and has served on the boards of the HIV
Medicine Association (HIVMA), the Gay Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), amfAR, The Foundation
for AIDS Research, and is currently a
member of the Governing Council of the International AIDS Society.
Allan R. Ronald, MD, FIDSA, has been awarded the Association of Medical
Microbiology and Infectious Disease (AMMI) Canada Lifetime Achievement Award
for 2010. The award recognizes Dr. Ronald’s over 40-year career focused on
preventing and treating infectious diseases, as well as educating future
physicians. In addition to the award, he will be inducted into the Canadian
Medical Hall of Fame this month. Dr. Ronald officially retired in 2000 after a
32-year career as a professor and researcher with the University of Manitoba
but has continued to foster the comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention
Program in Uganda.
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