Elvin Geng is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco and based at San Francisco General Hospital in the Division of HIV/AIDS. He studies effectiveness of routine clinical care for HIV-infected patients in resource limited settings. Specific topics of interest include antiretroviral initiation, retention in care, loss to follow-up and strategies to facilitate dissemination of evidence in routine clinical practice. Dr. Geng’s is involved in research in San Francisco as well as in East Africa through East Africa International Epidemiologic Databases to Evaluate AIDS and the Makerere University-University of California San Francisco Collaboration.
Dr. Cattamanchi is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at UCSF. His research is focused on two thematic areas: 1) Development and evaluation of tuberculosis (TB) diagnostics and 2) Implementation and dissemination of evidence-based preventative, diagnostic, and treatment interventions for tuberculosis (TB). He currently has ongoing implementation science-related research projects in Kampala, Uganda and Hanoi, Vietnam.