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    Michael Reyes, MD, MPH

    TitleProfessor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentFamily Community Medicine
    Address50 Beale Street
    San Francisco CA 94143
    Phone415-597-8198

       Overview 
       Overview
      Additional Positions:
      • Affiliate Professor, Department of Global Health, School of Public Health and School of Medicine, University of Washington
      • Principal Investigator, Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (PAETC), Department of Family and Community Medicine, UCSF
      • Senior Director and Principal Investigator, International Training & Education Center for Health (I-TECH), Department of Family and Community Medicine, UCSF
      • Principal Investigator, National Center of Excellence for Transgender Health, CDC
      • Principal Investigator, California Telehealth Project, HRSA
      • Principal Investigator, Technical Assistance Resources, Guidance, Education & Training (TARGET) Center; HHS, HRSA, HIV/AIDS Bureau

      Training
      • AA, General Education, Rio Hondo Community College, Whittier, CA
      • BA, Biological Sciences, UC Irvine
      • MD, UC Irvine
      • Resident, Family Practice Valley Medical Center, Fresno,
      • Chief Resident, Family Practice Valley Medical Center, Fresno,
      • Song Brown Fellow, emphasis HIV, Valley Medical Center, Fresno
      • MPH, UC Berkeley

      Areas of Interest
      • Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center (PAETC), and its predecessor, the Western AIDS Education and Training Center:
      Serving as Principal Investigator for this 25+ year old project which develops a variety of innovative HIV clinical training programs for health care providers in the states of California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawai'i, and the six U.S.-affiliated Pacific jurisdictions. Special initiatives include a focus on developing HIV clinicians along the US-Mexico border, incorporating HIV rapid testing into labor and delivery suites in California hospitals and a portfolio of capacity building programs funded by the Minority AIDS Initiative of the Ryan White Program.

      • International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH):
      Serving as the Principal Investigator for the UCSF clinical and technical assistance component of the I-TECH activities and as Senior Director for the whole program, I-TECH currently is working in 25 countries and the Caribbean region. Collaboration with the University of Washington, I-TECH focuses on activities related to health system strengthening, health workforce development, laboratory systems development, laboratory systems development, operations research and evaluation, and prevention, care and treatment of infectious diseases.

      • Center of Excellence for Transgender Health (CoE):
      Serving as the Principal Investigator for the CoE to provide leadership, capacity building, professional training, policy advocacy, research development, and resources to increase access to culturally competent health care for transgender people in the United States.

       Interests
      HIV, health system strengthening, health care worker training, human resources for health, transgender health, preterm birth, US Mexico border health, US-affiliated Pacific Jurisdictions

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       Global Health

       Bibliographic 
       Publications
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      1. Reyes EM, Sharma A, Thomas KK, Kuehn C, Morales JR. Development of a technical assistance framework for building organizational capacity of health programs in resource-limited settings. BMC Health Serv Res. 2014; 14:399.
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      2. Anjali Sharma, Philippe Chiliade, E. Michael Reyes, Kate K. Thomas, Stephen R. Collens, José Rafael Morales. Building sustainable organizational capacity to deliver HIV programs in resource-constrained settings: stakeholder perspectives. 2013.
      3. Marseille EA, Kevany S, Ahmed I, Feleke G, Graham B, Heller T, Kahn JG, Reyes M. Case management to improve adherence for HIV-infected patients receiving antiretroviral therapy in Ethiopia: a micro-costing study. Cost Eff Resour Alloc. 2011; 9:18.
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      4. Dawson-Rose C, Gutin, Sarah A., Reyes EM. Adapting Positive Prevention Interventions for International Settings: Applying U.S. Evidence to Epidemics in Developing Countries. (JANAC)Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 2011; (22):38-52.
      5. Donohoe, T, Reyes, EM, Armas, L, Mandel, N. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. Continuum of Care for HIV Patients Returning to Mexico (Letter to Editor). 2008; 5(19):335-337.
      6. Myers JJ, Bernstein M, Morin SF, Reyes EM. . Targeting HIV Clinical Training with Maps: Lessons From the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center. Evaluation Health Professionals. 2007; (30):322-338.
      7. Patrick KD, Goshima CK, Bowen T, Lyden C, Waldron J, Vezina R, Reyes EM, Andrade NN. . Meeting the Challenge of HIV Clinical Training within 2.5 million Square Miles of the Pacific Ocean. (PHD13.2-026), Special issue of Pacific Health Dialog on "Developing Human Resources in the Pacific,”. Pacific Health Dialogue. 2007; (14):115-118.
      8. Reyes EM, Liljestrand P, Goldschmidt RH. The changing spectrum of HIV care. Am Fam Physician. 1999 Feb 1; 59(3):545-8.
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      9. Reyes EM, Legg JJ. Prevention of HIV transmission. Prim Care. 1997 Sep; 24(3):469-77.
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