HIV/AIDS. Fenway Health is actively engaged in HIV prevention and epidemiologic research. He is a general internist, administrator, and clinical researcher, who maintains a clinical practice with an emphasis in HIV medicine. He was a Kaiser Scholar in Health Policy and Management of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he studied methods to improve the safety of the blood supply during the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Dr. Boswell is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and holds joint appointments in the General Medicine Unit and Infectious Diseases Unit of Massachusetts General Hospital. He serves as the Principal Investigator for the CFAR Network of Integrated Clinical Systems (CNICS), a project that uses a cross-site clinical database to assist with answering complex HIV clinical research questions. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Physician Organization. He was a member of President Clinton’s Advisory Committee on HIV/AIDS.

Laura Cheever, M.D., is Deputy Associate Administrator and the Chief Medical Officer of the HIV/AIDS Bureau at the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) where she provides leadership and technical expertise in the administration of the Ryan White program and in HRSA’s global HIV/AIDS program. She is a member of the Department of Health and Human Services Adult and Adolescent Antiretroviral Treatment Panel. Dr. Cheever has worked to increase retention in care and expand the hepatitis, prevention, and substance abuse services in Ryan White programs. Prior to joining HRSA, Dr. Cheever worked to provide HIV expert care across Maryland and was medical director of both a women’s methadone program and a peer-based adherence program at Johns Hopkins University. She continues to provide ongoing medical care for HIV-infected patients. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease and trained at Johns Hopkins University, the University of California, San Francisco, and Brown University.

I. Jean Davis, Ph.D., P.A., D.C., M.S., received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychobiology prior to pursing a professional career as a physician assistant (PA). She was one the first 300 PAs to be licensed to practice medicine in the State of California. Dr. Davis continued her education and received a Bachelor of Science degree in human anatomy and a doctorate in chiropractic medicine. She was the first person in California to have dual licensing as a chiropractor and a PA. Dr. Davis returned to school and completed a Ph.D. in preventive medicine. She has recently completed a Master of Science degree in clinical research. She has been a faculty member in chiropractic colleges, physician assistant programs, and medical

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