Who We Are
Three CCHE staff members posing with domestic violence awareness gear after an event for teen domestic violence awareness month. (From Left: Chyntell Jones; JUMP! Intern, Leticia B. Price; Senior Supportive Services Coordinator, Arielle Jean-Baptiste; Student Resource Counselor. 2020)
The range of expertise held by the CCHE team reflects our belief that strategies to halt the HIV epidemic must involve a range of disciplines not confined to medicine and public health. Our leadership, faculty, staff, and students are drawn from all corners of the University including the Biological Sciences Division, the College, the School of Social Service Administration, the Booth School of Business, the Harris School of Public Policy Studies, the Law School, the Human Rights Program, the Committee on Southern Asian Studies (COSAS), and the Urban Health Initiative.
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CCHE relies on an interdisciplinary team of physicians, researchers, social workers, and community-based organizers to implement strategies for HIV elimination including testing, prevention, and treatment.
Postdoctoral Scholar in Qualitative Methodology HIV and Opioid Use Disorder – Post