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Dr. Jose M. Zuniga

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Doctor of Philosophy ( PhD , International Public Health Policy
  • Masters of Science , Public Health
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IAPAC - International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 20 Jan 2015 [cached]
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH President/Chief Executive Officer
IAPAC - International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 20 Jan 2015 [cached]
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH
BLOGGING-THOMAS » Joe Zuniga Joins Vestry, 1 June 2012 [cached]
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Joe Zuniga Joins Vestry Posted by WayneFloyd January 14th, 2011 | Category: Uncategorized
On behalf of the Rector, the Rev. Dr. Nancy Lee Jose, the Wardens, and the entire Vestry of St. Thomas' Parish, I am thrilled to announce that Joe Zuniga has accepted the appointment to fulfill the remaining term of the irreplaceable Mike Bell.
Joe has participated in his first Vestry meeting and has already contributed valuable insight and expertise to St. Thomas' Parish leadership. Joe's name will be put forward for a full Vestry term in March, 2011. Please join me in thanking Joe for his willingness to serve in the important ministry of parish leadership. - John Johnson
Prior to IAPAC, Joe served as Director of Communications at the AIDS Action Council in Washington, DC, from 1995 to 1997, following four years in the U.S. Army, including tours of duty in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
Since becoming IAPAC President and CEO, the association's membership has grown to more than 13,000 members in over 100 countries, and its geographic reach has expanded in Europe, the US, and Africa. Since December 1999, IAPAC has hosted 27 regional and national conferences ranging from clinical management to public policy. The association launched its peer-review clinical journal, JIAPAC, in 2001, which is edited by Joe and indexed in the National Library of Medicine's Index Medicus.
Joe has immediate past experience serving on the Board of Directors for the capital campaign that led to the construction of Chicago's Center on Halsted, the most comprehensive LGBT community center in the Midwest.
Joe serves on a number of advisory bodies, including the IAPAC Board of Trustees; the Humanitas Foundation Board of Directors; the JIAPAC Editorial Advisory Board; and the Secure the Future Technical Advisory Board. And he is a technical consultant for various public policy institutes, including the Collaborative Institute of Virology and the Jonathan Mann Institute on Health and Human Rights. He also routinely advises intergovernmental agencies, including the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
In addition to this HIV/AIDS-related work, Joe has been active in efforts to repeal the 17-year-old Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy. Joe served in the US Army for four years, including in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm with the 1st Cavalry Division, where he earned the Combat Medical Badge and numerous other distinctions. He was named 6th US Army Soldier of the Year in 1992, and came out at the 1993 March on Washington as a highly decorate gay soldier in an effort to provide then President Bill Clinton with further ammunition to dispel notions that gay and lesbian service members should not serve in the US military. Zuniga has written and spoken extensively about DADT, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Servicemember's Legal Defense Network (SLDN).
Joe resides in Washington, DC, with his husband, Mr. John Charles.
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts: MAI/NEHEC Monthly Health Disparities Update: June 2014, 1 June 2014 [cached]
The study findings may serve as a "call to action" to encourage women to take ART, according to Jose Zuniga of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care. "There is no reason, in 2014, for any person living with HIV/AIDS to be denied or to abstain from starting ART, particularly given its therapeutic and preventative benefits," Dr. Zuniga noted in an interview in Medscape Medical News.
Global AIDS Rainbow - Awareness, Education, Hope, 9 June 2012 [cached]
Dr. José Zuniga, president of the International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care, said scientific advances have raised hope for an end to AIDS, but researchers need to temper that with the reality that it will be tough to translate the science into the potential benefit "without some heavy lifting. That includes making strong, fact-based arguments that help people think beyond the near-term.
In addition to treatment as prevention, Zuniga sees promise in studies showing that giving antiretrovirals to healthy people at high risk of HIV-infection can slow transmission, although many questions remain about this approach, called Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP.
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