CURT BECKWITH

Research interests include: 1)Developing innovative HIV testing, linkage, and retention programs for vulnerable populations, particularly for persons involved with the criminal justice system; 2)Seek, Test, and Treat strategy to control the HIV epidemic; 3)Using technology to support HIV testing and counseling; 4)Clinical research related to HIV and other infections in collaboration with residents and fellows.

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Biography

Curt G. Beckwith, MD is Associate Professor Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He conducts research on developing innovative HIV testing, linkage, and retention programs for vulnerable populations, particularly for persons involved with the criminal justice system. Dr. Beckwith is currently funded by NIDA to investigate the expansion of HIV testing among incarcerated populations. He is also working with colleagues to develop technology-based counseling tools to promote ART adherence and linkage to community HIV care for HIV-infected jail detainees through NIDA's criminal justice Seek, Test, and Treat initiative. Dr. Beckwith is co-leader of the Prisoner Health and Human Rights Scientific Program of the Lifespan/Tufts/Brown Center for AIDS Research, is the Associate Director of the Brown University Infectious Diseases Fellowship, and is an active HIV provider in Providence, RI.

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CURT BECKWITH, MD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Medicine
Phone: +1 401 793 4765
E-mail: Curt_Beckwith@Brown.EDU

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