Catherine Koss, University of California

University of California
Catherine Koss, MD is an Assistant Professor in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. She conducts clinical research with a major focus on developing strategies to optimize uptake of and adherence to PrEP in eastern Africa.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Oral abstract session

OAC0805 - Lower than expected HIV incidence among men and women at elevated HIV risk in a population-based PrEP study in rural Kenya and Uganda: Interim results from the SEARCH study

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E-Posters

PEC0724 - Tenofovir hair concentrations after directly observed dosing of F/TAF: A promising metric for PrEP adherence monitoring

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E-posters Track C
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Poster Channel - Track C

Presenter Of 1 Presentation

Oral abstract session

Lower than expected HIV incidence among men and women at elevated HIV risk in a population-based PrEP study in rural Kenya and Uganda: Interim results from the SEARCH study

Session Name
Room
Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Oral abstract session

Lower than expected HIV incidence among men and women at elevated HIV risk in a population-based PrEP study in rural Kenya and Uganda: Interim results from the SEARCH study

Session Name
Room
Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel
E-Posters

Tenofovir hair concentrations after directly observed dosing of F/TAF: A promising metric for PrEP adherence monitoring

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