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Abimbola Farinde, PharmD, PhD 

Dr. Farinde attended pharmacy school at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas and completed her postgraduate year one residency training with an emphasis on primary care at Central Texas Veterans Healthcare System in Temple, Texas. She then proceeded to complete her postgraduate second year training at...Read more



Donna E. Sweet, MD, MACP, AAHIVS

After completing her medical schooling at the University of Kansas, School of Medicine in Wichita, Sweet went on to practice medicine at the very same place. She has been treating people living with HIV since 1983 and has spent the entirety of her medical career in practice at the University of Kansas, School of Medicine in Wichita. Today, her medical practice association...
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Bruce Rashbaum, MD, AAHIVS

At age 25, Rashbaum was a third year medical student. The year was 1982. Having attended medical school at Boston University, Rashbaum was working at Boston City Hospital when he encountered his first HIV-infected patient. The patient died within 24 hours from pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP). After receiving additional training at the Washington Hospital Center's Internal Medicine Department, Rashbaum started his practice at a clinic for the dependents of the Armed Forces. A year later...Read more




Susan Weiss, MSN, FNP-BC, AAHIVS

Susan Weiss has spent the last 29 years treating people with HIV in one capacity or another, making her a provider of the generation that experienced HIV from its terrifying onset. Weiss began in HIV “by accident” as a new AIDS unit had just opened and sounded like a great program. She has stayed with HIV care for so many years because she finds it “both intellectually stimulating and emotionally captivating.” After receiving her nurse practitioner degree from Pace University in New York City, Weiss spent the next two years...Read more







Gary Spinner, PA, MPH, AAHIVS

After working as a paramedic in the South Bronx in New York City in the 1970s, and serving as Co-Director of a free ambulance service there, Spinner left to attend the Yale School of Medicine’s Physician Associate Program. He graduated in 1983 and continued to live in New Haven, Connecticut where he worked for the next 25 years at Hill Health Center. He worked there providing HIV care...Read More






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