Friday, April 19, 2019
8:30am – 1:00pm

Anal Cancer is a growing concern for people living with HIV. Join us for our second symposium discussing the best practices around addressing our anal health, the screening, and treatment of anal dysplasia, and anal cancer for men and women living with HIV.

Topics Include:

  • Destigmatizing anal health at the doctor’s office
  • The latest research on screening and treatment guidelines and recommendations
  • Sexual health and pleasure
  • HIV/STI prevention
  • Harm reduction efforts
  • Microbicides, douches, fast-dissolving inserts

Keynote speaker

Michael M Gaisa, PhD, MD

Infectious Disease
Mount Sinai
New York City, NY

Dr. Gaisa has a strong interest in HIV infection, sexually transmitted infections, anogenital HPV infection and men’s health. He is providing consultations for new and existing patients with private insurance at the Faculty Practice. He also directs the Mount Sinai Anal Dysplasia program and is certified in high-resolution anoscopy (HRA) and treatment of anogenital condylomata and high-grade dysplastic (precancerous) lesions involving anal canal and perianal skin.

Other Speakers

  • Juan Lucas Poggio, MD, FACS Event Chair Drexel University Division of Colorectal Surgery
  • José A. Bauermeister, Ph.D, MPH Penn Nursing
  • Terri Clark, MPH Action Wellness
  • Karam Mounzer, MD Jonathan Lax Treatment, FIGHT
  • Sara K. Schultz, MD, FACP Drexel University College of Medicine
  • Javier Dominguez
  • Jeffery Haskins Project TEACH, FIGHT

Earn credits by attending this event!
3.75 CHES credits and 3.75 nursing credits

Click here to register!!