Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Opportunistic Infections in Adults and Adolescents with HIV

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Appendix D: Contributors

Last Updated: June 8, 2015; Last Reviewed: June 8, 2015

As part of the revision process, a Clinical-Community Panel was convened to review these guidelines and advise the author panel as to their usefulness for practicing clinicians with regard to content and format. The members of the Clinical Community Panel are as follows:

  • Roberto Arduino; Thomas Street Health Center—Houston, Texas
  • Mark Baker; MedStar Washington Hospital Center—Washington, DC
  • Lisa Fitzpatrick; Howard University—Washington, DC
  • C. Bradley Hare; San Francisco General Hospital and University of California, San Francisco—San Francisco, California
  • Robert Harrington; University of Washington—Seattle, Washington
  • E. Turner Overton; Washington University—St. Louis, Missouri
  • David Rimland; Emory University—Atlanta, Georgia
  • Martin Rodriguez, University of Alabama at Birmingham—Birmingham, Alabama
  • Peter Shalit; Swedish Hospital Medical Center HIV Program—Seattle, Washington
  • Tracy Swan; Treatment Action Group—New York, New York
  • Zelalem Temesgen; Mayo Clinic—Rochester, Minnesota
  • Mary Vogler; Weill Cornell—New York, New York
  • Dan Wlodarczyk; University of California, San Francisco—San Francisco, California


The panel would like to acknowledge Judith Welsh, Clinical Informationist at the National Institutes of Health Library, for performing comprehensive literature searches to identify the evidence used to support recommendations in these guidelines. 

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