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    Research interests

    Dr. Joseph Cherabie is the Associate Medical Director of the St. Louis County Sexual Health Clinic and the Associate Medical Director of the St. Louis STI/HIV prevention Training Center. he also serves as Medical Director for the CDC Midwest Track 2B Capacity Building Assistance Program and the Director of the WashU PrEP Clinic. His research focuses on long term complications of STIs and HIV, STI testing,  STI and HIV prevention, and LGBTQIA+ population studies with respect to workplace discrimination, healthcare access, and mental health. He is the co-author of the Washington Manual on Medical Therapeutics Chapter on Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV.

    Clinical interests

    Dr. Cherabie specializes in sexual health care with a focus on LGBTQIA+ health, sexually transmitted infections (STI), and HIV, all within the lens of medical education. His research focuses on long term complications of STIs and HIV, STI testing,  STI and HIV prevention, and LGBTQIA+ population studies with respect to workplace discrimination, healthcare access, and mental health. He is the co-author of the Washington Manual on Medical Therapeutics Chapter on Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV.

    Education activities and interests

    Dr. Cherabie mentors medical students, residents, and fellows through his work with OUTmed and gives lectures on LGBTQIA+ access to healthcare, LGBTQIA+ research methods, and STIs. He is also currently working on a medical education curriculum on LGBTQIA+ health within the Washington University Department of Medicine.

    Available to Mentor:

    • Health Professions Students
    • Residents and Fellows

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