Ian Holloway, University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Los Angeles
Ian Holloway, PhD is an Associate Professor at UCLA and the Director of the Southern California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Center. He is the PI of numerous federal- and state-funded grants and has published over 50 articles, including numerous articles on PrEP among MSM.

Presenter Of 3 Presentations

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Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite

Moderator Of 2 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Date
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Time
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.
Non-Commercial Satellite

Community and Academic Partnerships to Advance Evidence-Based Policymaking: Lessons Learned from the California HIV Policy Research Centers

Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite Channel 3
Date
Mon, Jul 6, 2020
Time
11:00 PM - 11:59 PM
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.

Presenter Of 3 Presentations

E-Posters

Pandemic meets epidemic: COVID-19 and the opioid crisis

Session Name
Track E: Social, economic, political, human rights impacts of the pandemic and the response
Room
COVID-19 Conference Poster Channel
Oral poster discussion session

PDD0302 - Leveraging social networks and technology for HIV prevention and treatment with transgender women

Room
Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel
E-Posters

PED0838 - Experiences of racism, homophobia, and stigma in healthcare settings and medication adherence among Black sexual minority men living with HIV in Los Angeles County, California

Session Name
E-posters Track D
Room
Poster Channel - Track D

Presenter Of 1 Presentation

Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction to California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers

Moderator Of 1 Session

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.

Presenter Of 1 Presentation

Oral poster discussion session

Leveraging social networks and technology for HIV prevention and treatment with transgender women

Room
Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel

Presenter Of 7 Presentations

E-Posters

Pandemic meets epidemic: COVID-19 and the opioid crisis

Session Name
Track E: Social, economic, political, human rights impacts of the pandemic and the response
Room
COVID-19 Conference Poster Channel
Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite
Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction to California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers

Oral poster discussion session

Leveraging social networks and technology for HIV prevention and treatment with transgender women

Room
Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel
E-Posters

Experiences of racism, homophobia, and stigma in healthcare settings and medication adherence among Black sexual minority men living with HIV in Los Angeles County, California

Session Name
E-posters Track D
Room
Poster Channel - Track D

Moderator Of 3 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.
Non-Commercial Satellite

Community and Academic Partnerships to Advance Evidence-Based Policymaking: Lessons Learned from the California HIV Policy Research Centers

Organizer
California HIV/AIDS Research Program
Room
Satellite Channel 3
Session Description
To guide evidence-based policies and programs to end the HIV epidemic statewide, the California HIV/AIDS Research Program funds two collaborative HIV Policy Research Centers. Our Centers at the University of California San Francisco and University of California Los Angeles involve multi-disciplinary teams of academic researchers and community partners working to conduct objective and rigorous HIV policy-relevant research that informs local and state-level policy in California. This session highlights the rapid-response research processes used by the Centers to identify research priorities, engage stakeholders, and disseminate findings in a timely manner. We will provide case examples of high-impact policy research that successfully bridged the gap between academic research and real-world policymaking, including recent projects on HIV decriminalization, PrEP access, and HIV and immigration. We will also showcase our efforts to understand and address the syndemics of HIV, HCV, and STIs in California through our collaboration with the Ending the Epidemics movement.