David Hoos, MD, MPH, is a board certified internist, and project director of ICAP's PHIA Project, which is conducting population-based HIV impact assessments to measure HIV incidence and viral suppression in 15 PEPFAR-supported countries. He was senior implementation director at ICAP from 2004 to 2013 and was the director of the Multicountry Columbia Antiretroviral Program (MCAP), an eight-year cooperative agreement funded by the CDC, which supported the scale-up of HIV prevention, care and treatment in eight sub-Saharan African countries. Dr. Hoos was an initial member of the MTCT Plus Secretariat at ColumbiaÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Mailman School of Public Health and was responsible for establishing the procurement system for antiretroviral and other HIV-associated medications and diagnostics for the program sites. Dr. Hoos has been recognized as a technical expert in a number of areas related to HIV policy and programming. He served as a member of the Technical Review Panel for the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM), as well as a co-chair for the Procurement and Supply Management Advisory Panel to the GFATM on procurement-related policy and country guidance. He has been a member of several WHO technical panels. Dr. Hoos earned his medical degree from New York Medical College and holds a Master of Public Health degree.
MPH, 1992, Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University
MD, 1981, New York Medical College
BA, 1975, University of Wisconsin
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Columbia Multicountry Antiretroviral Program, Kenya, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania: Dr. Hoos is the Senior Implementation Director at the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs, and program director for MCAP, the Multicountry Columbia Antiretroviral Program, a CDC funded program to support the provision of HIV prevention, care and treatment services in 8 countries in Africa. Dr. Hoos has also served in a number of capacities for Global Fund panels.
, Algeria, Cameroon, Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, Zambia