Toby Maurer, MD, is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Dermatology, and Affiliate Faculty at UCSF's Institute for Global Health Sciences. She has worked in South Africa for more than a decade, and has been instrumental in developing resdiency training programs in Dermatology in Uganda and Kenya. Her research focus is HIV dermatology with a focus on Kaposis Sarcoma, both globally and domestically. She is particularly interested in skin presentations as they reflect adherence to HIV treatments, and how dermal presentations, including KS, are seen more often in SF clinics than in years past.
HIV Grand Rounds is accredited through the UCSF Office of CME (ACCME Provider number 0000302).
The Division is a Center of Excellence for HIV/AIDS care in the Bay Area and is part of a top-tier academic institution. As such, it is uniquely positioned to host this rigorous, state-of-the-art Grand Rounds series focused on HIV issues relevant to current practice.
Weekly lectures and discussions provide the latest information on the pathogenesis and management of HIV disease, complications of HIV, and co-occurring conditions. Topics also include clinical case conferences, reports from important HIV meetings, and updates on HIV research and care. Speakers include UCSF faculty and other physicians, researchers, and HIV-care providers.
Selected lectures are taped and webcast on UCSF’s HIV education and news website, HIVInSite.
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Wednesday, October 9 at 8:00am to 9:00am
ZSFGH, 1001 Potrero Ave, Carr Auditorium, Building 3 and online