Ron Goldschmidt, MD, is Professor and Vice-Chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at UCSF. He provides primary care for adults, children, and families in the Family Health Center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, where he also attends on the Family Medicine Inpatient Service. Dr. Goldschmidt received the 2005 Kaiser Award for Excellence in teaching from the UCSF student body. Dr. Goldschmidt is director of the national Clinician Consultation Center (Warmline, PEPline, PrEPline, Perinatal HIV Hotline, and Substance Use Warmline), which provides advice to clinicians on HIV/AIDS management, occupational and non-occupational exposures to bloodborne pathogens, indications and implementation of pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV-uninfected persons, prevention of perinatal HIV transmission, and managing substance use. Dr. Goldschmidt has served as a member of national advisory and review committees, presented more than 200 lectures and workshops nationally on HIV and STIs, and has more than 100 publications in the medical literature.

Dr Goldschmidt was not compensated for his work on this initiative.

Katherine Frasca, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at University of Colorado Denver.  She specializes in clinical care for patients with HIV, viral hepatitis, and tuberculosis, and has a special interest in care for populations at risk of HIV disease including refugees, immigrants, LGBT, and PWID.  She is currently the head of the PrEP clinic at the Infectious Diseases Group Practice at the University of Colorado Hospital. She is the recipient of the 2017 Program for the Academic Clinician Educator, PACE, and will use this award to create a comprehensive, patient-centered educational curriculum on HIV prevention including PrEP for internal medicine residents, family medicine residents, and allied health professions trainees.