HIV and Hepatitis C, Human papillomavirus,Tuberculosis, HIV, and Menopause Neurocognition in the HIV aging population
Reproductive Infectious Diseases Sexual and Reproductive Health
Dr. Pick works in the Oak Tree Clinic as well as for Internal Medicine in BC Women’s Hospital. She has extensive experience in HIV care and sits on the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS Therapeutic Guideline Committee, as well as the Community Advisory Committee for Patient Safety. She has a special interest in women’s health.
Recently Dr. Pick, part of a team of three primary investigators, received a grant to lead a pan-Canadian study examining accelerated aging in women resulting from HIV infection or antiretroviral therapy (ART). More information can be found at – http://med.ubc.ca/ubc-to-lead-national-study-of-hivs-effects-on-women-and-their-children/
Dr. Pick has also received a catalyst grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to explore telomere length and neurocognition in HIV+ women in the HAART era (Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy).