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College of Behavioral and Community Sciences


Social work PhD student presents at PRIM&R Annual Conference

Karah Greene presents at PRIMR conference

Greene presents her poster on motivations to participate in HIV biomedical research.

Karah Greene, MSW, a PhD student in the School of Social Work, presented two posters based on her work with Associate Professor Jerome Galea, PhD, at the 2023 Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) Annual Conference in Washington, DC.

Greene gave an oral and poster presentation of her research, "HIV Cure-related Study Vignettes Capture Stakeholder Perspectives on Ethical Payment Amount." She also presented her poster, "Motivations to Participate in HIV Biomedical Research: Findings from Focus Groups with People Living with HIV in the United States" at the conference.

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