10th Symposium

Risk behavior, effect on HIV-infection and neuropsychiatric
Round Table


María Martínez-Rebollar, M.D.

HIV Unit, Infectious Diseases Service, University Hospital Clínic Barcelona. Spain.

Dr. María Martínez-Rebollar has a degree in Medicine from the University of Valencia (1994-2000). Specialist in Internal Medicine (2001-2006) and PhD from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2009 (Extraordinary Doctorate Award).  She worked as a Research Physician at the HIV Day Hospital, Infectious Diseases Service, Hospital Clínic-IDIBAPS, Barcelona (2006-2017). Since 2017 works as Specialist Physician, HIV Unit, Infectious Diseases Service, Hospital Clínic, Barcelona.

She takes part in frequent national and international clinical trials in relation to patients with HIV infection and HIV- HCV co infection. She has been recipient of Spanish public healthcare grants as Rio Hortega (CM07/00136) and Sara Borrell (CM13/00123). She has been accredited since 2014 by ANECA (The National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain) as Profesor Contratado Doctor (Contracted Lecturer with Doctorate). She teaches the subject Infectious Diseases in the Medicine Degree and in the AIDS Master as Assistant Lecturer at University of Barcelona. Her main areas of clinical and research interest are evolution and treatment of general HIV infection and acute HCV co infection.

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Percy Fernández Dávila, Ph.D.

Stop Sida. Barcelona, Spain

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Lawrence McGlynn, M.D.

Lawrence McGlynn is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area in California, USA. He graduated with a degree in Mathematics and enjoyed a career in the mathematical modeling of fiber optic electronics prior to entering the field of medicine.

He completed his medical degree at Harvard Medical School and an internship in Internal Medicine at St. Vincent’s Hospital in New York City. Subsequently he returned to Harvard to complete his residency in Psychiatry, focusing on HIV and Latino Mental Health.

Dr. McGlynn now serves on the faculty of Stanford University School of Medicine where he treats those living with HIV/AIDS. He also serves as Director of the Stanford Methamphetamine Task Force. Nationally he is the former Chairman of the Office of HIV for the American Psychiatric Association (APA), and currently holds a seat on the Council of Psychosomatic Medicine for the APA.

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