Lisa M. Henry-Reid, MD
Lisa M. Henry-Reid, MD, is currently the chair of the Division of Adolescent Medicine at John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, IL. She is a member of a number of community services, including Rush Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital, Protocol Development Advisory Committee, Adolescent Medicine Trials Network, Committee on Pediatric AIDS, American Academy of Pediatrics, and Illinois Caucus of Adolescent Health Advisory Committee. Lisa M. Henry-Reid, received her MD degree, from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC, and has completed her residency in pediatrics and her fellowship in adolescent medicine.
Lori S. Wiener, PhD
Lori S. Wiener, PhD, DCSW, is currently the coordinator of the Pediatric Psychosocial Support and Research Program, Pediatric Oncology Branch, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. She also participates in a number of community services, including Pediatric Care Committee, Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health, End Of Life Interest Group, National Institutes of Health and Genetics Faculty Member, National Cancer Institute. Lori S. Wiener received her MA and PhD degrees in social work from New York University, New York. She is also a member of several editorial review boards.
Ana Garcia, PhD (candidate)
Ana Garcia has held a faculty position as an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics Division of Infectious Diseases and Immunology since 1986. Ana Garcia has an MA degree in clinical social work and is currently completing a PhD degree in social work at Barry University in Miami, Florida. She is the pediatric coordinator of the Ryan White Title IV Project at the Miami Family Care Program. Having lectured extensively and contributed to the literature on psychosocial issues affecting infants, children, youth, and their families, she will continue to focus her immediate goals on psychosocial/adolescent research, the transition of 200 perinatally infected youth into adulthood, and further program development.
As a social work clinician, Ana Garcia has worked with HIV-infected children and their families since 1983. This grassroots experience has contributed to her consulting work with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the World Health Organization, PAJHO, the Surgeon General's Work Group on AIDS, the National Minority Health Council, the Hispanic Women's Leadership Council, and the Health Resources Services Administration. Ana Garcia has served on the boards of the National Catholic AIDS Network and Health Crisis Network, and is currently a board member of Care Resources, a Miami-based HIV/AIDS community-based organization.