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Events :: HIV :: Low uptake of HIV testing and no HIV positivity in stable serodiscordant heterosexual partners of long-term treated HIV-infected Thais

Low uptake of HIV testing and no HIV positivity in stable serodiscordant heterosexual partners of long-term treated HIV-infected Thais

Bangkok, June 15 2015

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Имаме удоволствието да ви представим едно от последните проучвания с водещ автор д-р Надя Кънчева Ландолт „Слаб интерес  към ХИВ тестване и липса на разпространение на ХИВ сред стабилни серодискордантни хетеросексуални партньори с дългосрочно лечение на ХИВ (тайландци)”. През последните 7 години Надя живее в Банкок, Тайланд. В момента тя работи в HIV-NAT (HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration) и е част от научно-изследователския институт към Тайландския Червен кръст по ХИВ. Основен фокус в работата й са въпроси, свързани с ХИВ, кръвно и сексуално преносими инфекции, както и въпроси на репродуктивното здраве.

Надя завършва медицина в България с пълно отличие (златен Хипократ) през 1999 г., а след това специализира акушерство и гинекология. В този период тя работи за медицинския център на „Майчин дом” и като консултант на Българска асоциация по семейно планиране и сексуално здраве. През 2004 г. заминава за Афганистан като част от екипа на „Лекари без граници”. След това тя практикува в Мозамбик като част от същата организация и е медицински координатор на „Лекари на света” за Западния бряг и Газа. През 2009 г. се присъединява към екипа на HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand Research Collaboration (HIV-NAT) като лекар за клинични проучвания, където работи и до днес. През 2013 г. защитава докторска степен на тема „Репродуктивно здраве на ХИВ позитивни жени” към университета в Амстердам, Холандия. Надя е водещ автор и участник в редица проучвания от областта на ХИВ и репродуктивното здраве. Омъжена, с три деца.

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