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Issues, Ethics, and You: A Community Discussion of HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Research and Treatment



Nashville, TN
June 23-24, 2003

Sponsored by:
National Institute on Drug Abuse
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Program Faculty


Kimberly NeCole Bartlett, LPC, Founder and Counselor, Focus Family Services

Sandra Baxter, Public Affairs Specialist, Food and Drug Administration, Nashville Branch, New Orleans District

Brad Beasley, M.S., Supervisor of STD and HIV Unit, Metro Public Health Department, Disease Intervention Specialist, Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Regina Beck, community advocate working with the community outreach organization Street Works.

Vladimir Berthaud, M.D., Chief of Infectious Diseases, Metro-General Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine, Meharry Medical College.

LaTasha Blissett, LPC, Co-Founder and Counselor, Focus Family Services

Victoria A. Cargill, M.D., M.S.C.E., Director of Minority Research, Director of Clinical Studies, OAR, NIH

Joan Clayton-Davis, M.A., Program Manager, Social Change Group, Center for Social Marketing and Behavior Change, Academy for Educational Development.

Robert Currie, M.S.S.W., Executive Vice President, Alcohol and Drug Council of Middle Tennessee.

Henry Francis, M.D., Director, Center for AIDS and the Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse (CAMCODA).

Jaqueline Hampton, Ph.D., First Response Center

Alberta Hardison, Chair, HIV Vaccine Community Advisory Board (CAB), Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

David Harris, Education Coordinator, SABONA Program, Nashville CARES.

Victoria Harris, Ed.D, Manager of the Clinical Research AIDS Clinical Trial Center, Division of Infectious Diseases, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Thomas F. Kresina, Ph.D, Deputy Director of Center for AIDS and the Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse (CAMCODA).

James Lavery, Ph.D., NIH Bioethics Committee and Fogarty International Center, NIH.

Ciuinal Jones Lewis, M.S., Dir. Public Health & HIV Related Services, Cermak Health Services Cook County Jail

Melvin Littles, Outreach Counselor, St. Johns Hospital Park Care Pavilion

Patrick Luther, M.H.S., Director of Prevention Education, for Nashville CARES.

Shirley Marks, M.C.J, M.A.C. Director of Women’s Services, Health Services, Lloyd C. Elam Center, Meharry Medical College.

Susan Montgomery, R.N., Research Clinical Specialist with the Vanderbilt HIV Vaccine Program.

James Robertson, M.S., Program Director, Project Community Outreach Prevention Education (Project COPE), Lloyd C. Elam Center, Meharry Medical College.

Orlando Roman, Research Recruiter, GI/Immunology Research Unit

Rev. Ed Sanders, Executive Director, First Response Center and appointed by President George W. Bush to the Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.

Murray Smith, M.D., Medical Director, New Life Lodge.

Catherine Wyatt-Morley, M.A., Director, Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition (WOMEN).

Program in Clinical and Research Ethics at Meharry Medical College

Linda D. Sander, Ph.D., Director, Program in Clinical and Research Ethics, Meharry Medical College.

Thomas Mether, Ph.D., Bioethicist, Program in Clinical and Research Ethics, Meharry Medical College.

Carolyn T. Szetela, Ph.D., Bioethicist, Program in Clinical and Research Ethics, Meharry Medical College.

Susan A. DeRiemer, Ph.D., Program Associate, Deputy Director, Research Centers in Minority Institutions program at Meharry Medical College.


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