Dr. Elizabeth King is a specialist in Adult Infectious Diseases currently undertaking a postdoctoral fellowship in reproductive health for women living with HIV with the UBC Clinician Investigator Program. She received her BSc in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Northern British Columbia followed by her MD at the University of British Columbia. Dr. King’s previous research work has included using mobile phones to better engage women living with HIV in care and understanding patterns of menstruation and amenorrhea in these women. Currently, she is investigating the evolution of menopausal symptoms in women living with HIV and aims to provide much needed knowledge of the experience of menopause for these women to better inform their care. She has received several honors and awards including the “Mark Wainsberg” CTN fellowship award and Michael Smith Foundation of Health Research trainee award. Her supervisors are Drs. Melanie Murray and Mona Loutfy.
women living with HIV, women's health, reproductive health, menopause, menopausal hormone therapy