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Black and Latinx adolescents and young adults continue to represent a disproportionate number of new HIV infections in the US, particularly among men who have sex with men…
Research Scientist, Bridge HIV, San Francisco Department of Public Health
Dr. Scott is board certified in internal medicine and infectious diseases and currently provides care for patients living with HIV at the San Francisco General Hospital Positive Health Program at Ward 86. After receiving his MD from the Yale School of Medicine, he completed his Internal Medicine residency, chief residency, fellowship training, and post-doctoral research training (CAPS) at UCSF. During his residency training, Dr. Scott was instrumental in developing the ambulatory training curriculum for all medical residents at UCSF. His current research and teaching interests are in HIV-related disparities among MSM in the U.S, with a focus on development and implementation of novel HIV prevention strategies to address these disparities. He is actively engaged with community organizations and AIDS service organizations in San Francisco, serving on the San Francisco AIDS Foundation speaker’s bureau and providing CBA lectures for the ETR Associates Tabono CBA Project.