Returning to the Blogosphere

Hello readers! It’s been a while – three and a half years, it seems. In that span of time, I’ve moved on from my role at Stanford, worked for a couple years in HIV research management and capacity building at UCSF and in Kampala, Uganda, and then as an implementation director for a 13-country HIV surveillance project funded by the CDC. After a few years splitting time between SF, NYC, and East and Southern Africa, I’m back at UCSF at the AIDS Research Institute, where I’m directing strategic communications and partnerships for the HIV enterprise at UCSF and our affiliated institutions.

It’s been a good run – but I’m also working on documenting articles I’ve written across media sources in the last few years. Some I’e shared the beginnings of, and others I’ve yet to really promote. So in order to keep everything somewhat centralized, I’ll be publishing those pieces freshly on the blog over the next couple weeks. In order to prevent you all from being inundated by email updates, I’ll initially publish them privately and then make them public – so be sure to check back in the next few weeks. And more original content will be coming again soon. I hope you’ll all keep enjoying the reads, and as always, I welcome your feedback.

Author: Larkin Callaghan

I'm a born and bred San Franciscan, with previous residences, postings, and assignments in NYC, LA, and Eastern and Southern Africa. Runner, global health and international development expert, health communications and strategic partnerships professional, implementation science investigator, reproductive health advocate. Previously seen working at the UN, professor-ing at Stanford University, implementing in sub-Saharan Africa, SE Asia, and Latin America with the CDC, PEPFAR, and ICAP at Columbia, and managing research at UCSF.

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