Dr. Asa Radix is the Senior Director of Research and Education at the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center and a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University. Originally from Grenada, Dr. Radix trained in internal medicine and infectious disease at the University of Connecticut and obtained postgraduate degrees in epidemiology and public health from Cambridge and Columbia Universities. Dr. Radix has over 20 years of experience providing care to transgender and gender diverse people and is a recognized expert in transgender medicine. Dr. Radix has contributed to multiple national and international guidelines in transgender health and is currently Co-Chair of the World Professional Association of Transgender Health (WPATH) Standards of Care version 8 working group. Dr. Radix is an Associate Editor of Transgender Health and the International Journal of Transgender Health. His research focuses on STI/HIV risk, HIV prevention and LGBT health, including the first community-based cohort study of trans people in the USA.
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