Jennifer Chapman, MPH is a Project Manager at the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness (CPCE) at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Jennifer works with Dr. Elizabeth Lowenthal on a number of international and domestic HIV-related research projects. International research includes a CDC/PEPFAR-sponsored Public Health Effectiveness research study in Gaborone, Botswana designed to evaluate the accuracy of low-cost measures of treatment adherence. Local research includes a NIH-funded, Monell Chemical Senses Center-sponsored study on genetic variability in taste perception of a liquid formulation antiretroviral (HIV) medication.
Jennifer is one of the founders of Hip Hop for Philly. Supported in part by CHOP, this is the largest annual youth HIV testing & education initiative in Philadelphia. Jennifer is the founder/organizer of a public health-themed book club, the Public Health Nerd Club, offering public health professionals the opportunity to meet and network during quarterly events. Jennifer serves in a leadership position on the City of Philadelphia HIV Prevention Planning Group and was recently elected co-Chair of the Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services (UCHAPS), a national organization of community partners & health departments from nine urban jurisdictions representing the majority of the nation’s HIV epidemic, dedicated to preventing new HIV infections and reducing health disparities, morbidity, and mortality in urban areas across the United States.
Prior to joining the CPCE, Jennifer worked on HIV/STI prevention and HIV treatment adherence research with the University of Pennsylvania; with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention; and with the State of Delaware, Division of Public Health. Jennifer received her Master of Public Health from Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health.
Contact Jennifer at 267-426-1247 or email@example.com.