The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN) research program aims to defeat the rising HIV epidemic among adolescents and young adults in the United States. ATN is led by investigators with innovative thinking and novel approaches to increase awareness of HIV status in youth and, for those diagnosed with HIV, increase access to health care.
Watch this video profiling the ATN study Planning 4 Prep, a study of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis in Title X-funded family planning clinics in the US.
At a pre-conference session for the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, Patrick Sullivan, PhD, from Emory University and ATN iTech Principal Investigator, presented on the use of apps for the future of HIV testing and prevention. His presentation was then featured in a Medscape article.
The ATN is in the process of convening a Scientific Committee and requests that researchers with related expertise who are interested in the role apply for membership. ATN-affiliated researchers are also invited to nominate individuals with related expertise.
The window of time when we are young is what Dr. Sarah Feldstein Ewing has focused her career on.