Andre Maiorana, MPH, MA
Andre Maiorana, MPH, MA, is a Project Director at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies and the AIDS Policy Research Center at the AIDS Research Institute in the University of California in San Francisco.
For the last fourteen years Andre has worked on the design, implementation and evaluation of primary and secondary HIV prevention programs in different community-based and research organizations in San Francisco. His broad experience includes conducting HIV health education and treatment advocacy programs, developing educational campaigns for different communities, designing HIV treatment adherence protocols and conducting workshops on ethical issues related to public health and research. Most recently, Andre has designed and conducted ethnographic work, community preparedness and interventions for behavioral research studies.
He is currently the Project Director for an assessment study of prevention messages for HIV+ patients at medical settings funded by the Ryan White Care Act in nine U.S. cities, and an assessment of community perceptions on HIV research at six U.S. and international sites part of the HIV Prevention Trials Network. He also serves on the Ethnographic, Intervention and Process Evaluation teams for the Peru site of the National Institutes of Mental Health's multi-site Collaborative HIV/STDs Prevention Study being conducted in China, India, Peru, Russia, and Zimbabwe.