Greg Szekeres

Titles:

Associate Director, Global Capacity Building Core

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Biography:

Greg Szekeres is Deputy Director of the UCLA Program in Global Health. He is also the Multisite Director for Project Accept, a Phase III randomized controlled trial of a community-based HIV voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) intervention in 48 communities in South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, and Zimbabwe. Prior to joining UCLA in 2003, he served as Content and Development Coordinator for the Center for HIV Information (CHI) at the UCSF School of Medicine, partnering with government agencies, foundations, and international organizations to identify, develop, and disseminate information via electronic media. He was a Research Analyst for the UCSF Community Consortium, a network of community-based physicians conducting clinical research through the DAIDS-sponsored CPCRA. He administered the HIV Clinical Trials/Treatment Advocacy Program for a UCSF-CBO collaboration funded by HRSA’s Ryan White Title IV program to increase clinical research enrollments among HIV-infected adolescents. His areas of expertise include global health research and education, international health policy, domestic and international HIV clinical and prevention research, and information management encompassing basic science, medicine, prevention, and policy on a wide range of global health topics.

Education:

University of California, Berkeley 1994
Bachelor of Arts
Department of Psychology

Research and Interests:

Domestic and international HIV clinical and prevention research; global health research and education; international health policy; information management encompassing basic science, medicine, prevention, and health policy.

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