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OutTalk Series: World AIDS Day - Looking Forward, Looking Back

Dec 1, 2022 06:00 PM in Indiana (East)

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Speakers

David "Jax" Kelly, JD, MPH, MBA
President @Let's Kick ASS (AIDS Survivor Syndrome) Palm Springs
An energetic and creative leader and advocate with decades of achievements in building communities, collaborating with influencers and impacting the lives of Black, LGBT+ and HIV positive people like me.
Deondre B. Moore
Director of Partnerships & Community Engagement @U=U United States
Deondre B. Moore (he/him/his) is the Director of Partnerships & Community Engagement for the leading & only U=U organization in the United States. He is a GLAAD award-winning human rights activist who has dedicated most of his time and resources to educating persons and raising awareness all over the world regarding HIV and Civil Rights issues. Deondre has been named HIV Plus Magazine's 2022 person of the year and named one of ten HIV heroes by Johnson~N~Johnson in 2021. Deondre continues to engage with various communities and organizations throughout the U.S. to provide resources, build meaningful partnerships, and is working to continue changing the trajectory of HIV & public Health in the United States, all while being a proud U=U champion!"
Kassem Bourgi, MD
HIV/Infectious Diseases physician and an Assistant Professor of Medicine @Indiana University.
Dr. Bourgi is an HIV/Infectious Diseases physician and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Indiana University. He graduated from the American University of Beirut where he received his Bachelor of Science in Biology (BS, 2007) and Doctor of Medicine (MD, 2011) degrees. He then completed his Internal Medicine residency training (2015) and served as a chief resident (2016) at Henry Ford Hospital, Wayne State University. Dr. Bourgi later completed his Infectious Disease and HIV fellowship training at Vanderbilt University (2018). Dr. Bourgi’s research focuses on evaluating the care continuum of non-communicable diseases among persons living with HIV (PLWH) as well as studying the metabolic complications associated with HIV infection and the long-term use of antiretroviral therapy (ART).