Published Date: 06/08/2023
This presentation will discuss the potential for future unintended consequences from changes from the 2021 STI guidelines. It will describe the potential role of new or upcoming diagnostics for sexually transmitted infections and will identify potential new treatments for STIs. Lastly, it will examine potential new ways to prevent STIs, and will review potential new STIs.
Jason Zucker, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Columbia University Medical Center and Assistant Medical Director of the New York City STD Prevention Training Center. Dr. Zucker trained as a combined adult and pediatric infectious diseases physician and is an experienced HIV, HIV prevention, and sexual health care provider to patients of all ages. His research focus is at the intersection of data science, behavioral science, and implementation science and focuses on optimizing engagement in the sexual health cascade of care for adolescents and young adults living with or at risk of HIV and STIs