World AIDS Day in Internal Medicine

Today is World AIDS Day and here at University of Iowa Health Care we are proud of the decades of care we have provided people living with AIDS and HIV. Four years ago, we profiled the founder and director of the first HIV Clinic in the state of Iowa, Jack Stapleton, MD, and his team’s […]

21st Annual Update in Infectious Diseases, 4/26/19

It is rare for a CME event to have connections to a number of other events happening around the university and Iowa City community, but big anniversaries are rare too. Because the 30th anniversary of the founding of the HIV/AIDS clinic at University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics landed in the same month as this […]

TelePrEP Receives $2M CDC Grant

“Getting preventive medicine of any kind should not be a burden to anyone,” Dr. Michael Ohl, Associate Professor in Infectious Diseases, said. For about a year and a half, the TelePrEP program Dr. Ohl directs has steadily worked to reduce the barriers between individuals at risk of HIV infection and a drug that dramatically reduces […]

HIV Clinic meets changes in disease and treatment for 28 years

Entering its twenty-ninth year of operation, UIHC’s HIV/AIDS Clinic has grown from a service of the Infectious Diseases Clinic into a multidisciplinary organization serving around 600 patients. Since 1988, more than 2,000 patients have been seen in the clinic. As the primary organizer and Director of the clinic, Dr. Jack Stapleton of the Division of […]