Hannan Braun (Pre-Doctoral; Lima, Peru) is a student at University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine and a Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF) Fellow. He is working with the SAPHIR program as part of his DDCF Fellowship, conducting research on social networks and PrEP adherence among transgender women in Peru.
Social networks, social media, and PrEP adherence among TW in Peru
Anticipated versus actual partner notification outcomes among Peruvian MSM and TW with a new STI diagnosis
Braun et al., "HIV-Infected Transgender Women Frequently Take Antiretroviral Therapy and/or Feminizing Hormone Therapy Differently Than Prescribed Due to Drug-Drug Interaction Concerns" LGBT Health (2017) 4(5): 371-375.
Braun et al., "Individual and Partnership Factors Associated with Anticipated Versus Actual Partner Notification Following STI Diagnosis among Men Who Have Sex with Men and/or with Transgender Women in Lima, Peru" STI, In press.
Applications for the 2020-21 class are now being accepted on a rolling basis.