Khouzam, Nour MD Gelberg, Lillian MD, MSPH Guo, Rong MS Tseng, Chi-Hong PhD Bhattacharya, Debika MD, MS
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Departments of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases (Drs Khouzam and Bhattacharya), Household Medicine (Dr Gelberg), and Biomathematics (Ms Guo and Dr Tseng), David Geffen University of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles and Division of Wellbeing Policy and Administration, Fielding University of Public Wellbeing, University of California, Los Angeles (Dr Gelberg).
Correspondence: Debika Bhattacharya, MD, Division of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, David Geffen University of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles, 10833 Le Conte Ave, 37-121 CHS, Los Angeles, CA 90095 ([email protected]).
The authors accept Marjorie Robertson of the Alcohol Exploration Team, Ronald M. Andersen of UCLA, and Judith Perlman and Kirsten Becker of the RAND Corporation for their substantial contribution to the design and implementation of this study and their remarkable fieldwork team. The authors thank Katherine Davenny, the study’s Challenge Formal at the Nationwide Institute on Drug Abuse (NIH: NIDA). The authors also thank the homeless people today who participated in this study and ended up ready to deal with their viral infections.This research was funded mainly by a grant from NIDA (“Hepatitis B and C Among Homeless Adults” RO1-DA14294) with additional funding from the CDC. Lillian Gelberg received additional support as a Robert Wooden Johnson Foundation Generalist Health practitioner College Scholar and as the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) George F. Kneller Chair in Household Medicine.
The authors declare no conflict of desire.