Walt Senterfit

CHAMP

Walt is an epidemiologist with the Los Angeles County Department of
Public Health where he is in charge of the ethical and scientific review
of all proposed research. He has done HIV research for more than 20
years in areas including use of alternative and complementary therapies
by PLWHA, correlates of primary/acute HIV infection, service utilization
and unmet needs by PLWHA, and prevention with positives. From 2000-2002,
Walt directed CDC demonstration projects in prevention for positives
as a visiting scientist. Walt adds his 45 years’ experience as a social
justice activist to his clinical and epidemiologic training and 20 years
living with HIV in his service as Board Chair for CHAMP. One of his
roles at CHAMP is to help assure that scientific and other evidence
are available and understandable to PLWHA and other prevention justice
advocates.


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