“The mission of the UCSF AIDS Health Project is to provide culturally sensitive counseling and education to stop the spread of HIV infection, and to help people face the emotional, psychological and social challenges of living with HIV disease"
Emeryville, CA (PRWEB) September 22, 2011
BioSoteria, Inc., Drug Safety and Risk Management Specialists, supports the important work of the UCSF AIDS Health Project by creating an important public service announcement for the organization. The AIDS Health Project, founded in 1984, is one of the oldest AIDS service organizations in the United States. Ranked among the best AIDS programs in the U.S., AHP is a program of the Department of Psychiatry of the University of California San Francisco and is affiliated with San Francisco General Hospital.
“The mission of the UCSF AIDS Health Project is to provide culturally sensitive counseling and education to stop the spread of HIV infection, and to help people face the emotional, psychological and social challenges of living with HIV disease,” says President and CEO of BioSoteria, Inc., Dr. Sally Van Doren. “We are excited to work with AHP for a seventh year and to support their important work.”
This year BioSoteria will be a Silver Sponsor for Art for AIDS benefitting the USCF AIDS Health Project. The event will take place September 23, 2011 at the San Francisco Design Center in the Galleria. To find out more about Art for Aids and the USCF AIDS Health Project go to http://www.ucsf-ahp.org/
To view the public service announcement click here.
Founded in 2007 with a strong vision of a progressive drug safety and pharmacovigilance consulting services and education, BioSoteria serves the outsourcing needs of the pharmaceutical industry. From strategic risk management consulting services and full-service drug safety operational capabilities to world-class award winning pharmacovigilance training and education programs, BioSoteria provides unmatched experience, expertise, and leadership to support your company’s efforts to maximize your product’s benefit-risk profile. For more information and to learn more about BioSoteria’s drug safety services and training programs, go to http://www.biosoteria.com.