Johns Hopkins University

Led by Drs. Allison Agwu and Renata Sanders, the JHU AYA REACH Consortium (Johns Hopkins University Adolescent Young Adult Research, Equity, for Adolescent Care and HIV) has had a longstanding and productive involvement in clinical trials’ networks and cohorts.

Meet The Project Lead(s)

Allison Agwu, MD, ScM

Co-Project Lead

200 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21287

Errol Fields, MD, PhD, MPH

Co-Project Lead

200 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21287

Meet The Team

About Johns Hopkins University

The JHU AYA REACH is home to a prolific group of diverse (many from historically underrepresented populations) and collaborative (adolescent medicine, adult & pediatric infectious diseases, public health, Center for AIDS Research) investigators with an impressive array of independently-funded AYA-focused research programs.

Related Protocols

Protocol NumberName
ATN 164Screen 2 Prevent (S2P)/atn-164
ATN 165Linking Youth to PrEP Services (LYPS)/atn-165
ATN 168HIV And Pregnancy Prevention in Youth (HAPPY) - Steps 1, 2 and 3/atn-168

Team Members

Renata Arrington Sanders, MD, MPH, ScM
Thuy Anderson, RN, BSN
Research Nurse Manager
Jessica Coleman Lewis, MPH
Lead Research & Outreach Coordinator
Amanda Haines, RN, BSN
Research Nurse Coordinator
Iris Coley
YAB Coordinator
Mary Ann Knott-Grass, CRNP
Research Nurse


Joy Baltimore

House Ball Community

Baltimore City Health Department

CFAR including Mid-Atlantic CFAR Consortium

Center for Child & Community Health Research

Centro SOL


JH WICY (Woman Infant Child Youth) Partnership

Bartlett County Programs

VOISES (Virtual and Online Integrated Sexual) Health Services