Sheri Weiser, MD, MPH, MA, is a Professor of Medicine and internist at UC San Francisco’s Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. Her research focuses on the impact of food insecurity and other social and structural factors on treatment outcomes for HIV and other chronic diseases. Dr. Weiser also evaluates sustainable food insecurity interventions as a way to improve health outcomes in domestic and international settings. She is currently leading several NIH-funded longitudinal studies to understand impacts of material needs insecurities (including food insecurity) on HIV treatment outcomes, cardiovascular risk, and aging outcomes among HIV-infected individuals. Dr. Weiser is also leading several domestic and international clinical trials evaluating food insecurity and livelihood interventions as a way to improve HIV and diabetes treatment outcomes. She has published over 165 manuscripts on food insecurity and related topics, including HIV stigma, mental health, and women’s empowerment, and has been the principal investigator on over 25 research grants in the area. In addition to the above, Dr. Weiser currently works to incorporate climate change and sustainability themes into health professional education across the UC system, and .works with publicly available databases to document negative health impacts of extreme weather events. Dr. Weiser actively mentors students, post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty, and currently has an active NIH K24 mentoring award where she is focusing on mentorship in the area of health disparities, HIV and aging. She also co-leads a Fogarty training program in Kenya called Sustainable Development for HIV health. She completed her medical degree at Harvard Medical School and then completed residency training in internal medicine at UCSF. Dr. Weiser also earned an MA in Medical Anthropology from Harvard University and an MPH in Epidemiology from UC Berkeley.