Navigating Challenges of Mpox (Monkeypox) Treatment for People Living with HIV


Start Date and Time: Mon, Dec 19, 2022, 9:00 am ET

End Date and Time: Mon, Dec 19, 2022, 10:30 am ET


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It is estimated that about 40% of people diagnosed with mpox in the United States are also living with HIV. It is unclear if having HIV increases the likelihood of getting mpox infection, but those living with advanced or untreated HIV are at increased risk of severe mpox disease, if they get infected with this virus. Join us for a webinar to consider how to best to provide support and treatment for mpox to people living with HIV.

The event will include an overview of the management of mpox among people living with HIV, challenges faced in access to services and how to overcome these challenges. A panel discussion will follow with the opportunity to submit questions to experts on these topics.

This webinar is hosted by the NYC Pandemic Response Institute and PrEP4All.

Welcoming Remarks

Ayman El-Mohandes, MBBCh, MD, MPH, FAAP

Dean of the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy
Lead, New York City Pandemic Response Institute (PRI)

Jeremiah Johnson

Acting Executive Director, PrEP4All

Introductions & Moderator

Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, MPH, MPA

University Professor of epidemiology and medicine, Director of ICAP at Columbia University and Columbia World Projects
Lead, New York City Pandemic Response Institute (PRI)

Speakers and Panelists

Marcia Wong, MD, MPH

MPOX Treatment Team, Medical Epidemiologist, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Joseph Osmundson, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Biology at New York University and author.

Lorem Ipsum, MD, MPH

Lorem Ipsum

Lorem Ipsum, MD, MPH

Lorem Ipsum

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