St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

The St. Jude HIV program is a well-recognized clinical care and research center that provides children and youth access to some of the latest HIV prevention and treatment studies.

Meet The Project Lead(s)

Pat Flynn, MD

Site Lead

262 Danny Thomas Place

Memphis, TN 38105

Aditya Gaur, MD

Site Lead

262 Danny Thomas Place

Memphis, TN 38105

Meet The Team

About St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

In 1987, an HIV program was established at St Jude to provide comprehensive medical and behavioral health care to children and youth living with HIV at no charge. The Mid-South region, particularly Memphis and surrounding Shelby County, has been identified as a hotspot for HIV infections in the US, with rates over twice as high as other regions. The St. Jude HIV Program, alongside community partners, is committed to ending the HIV epidemic (

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Related Protocols

Protocol NumberName
ATN 164Screen 2 Prevent (S2P)/atn-164
ATN 166Combatting HIV Or Other STIs Early (CHOOSE)/atn-166
ATN 167Legal, Economic and Affirming Peer Support (LEAP)/atn-167
ATN 168HIV And Pregnancy Prevention in Youth (HAPPY) - Step 3/atn-168

Team Members

Mary Dillard, BSN, RN
Research Coordinator
(901) 378-4113
Kim DeLuca, RN
Research Coordinator
(901) 305-1020
Sierra Harris, MPH
Manager-Community HIV Program
(901) 612-1742
Elizabeth Propst, BSW
Coordinator, Community Outreach and Engagement
(901) 857-7783
Robin Bell
Linkage to Care Coordinator
(901) 581-9167


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