Kim holds a PhD in Public Health specialized in health promotion (Université de Montréal) and a Master’s in Sexology (Université du Québec à Montréal) and has worked in the field of HIV research for over a decade, initially within UQÀM’s Department of Sexology, and as of August 2011, with Dr. Bertrand Lebouché at the CVIS. As a co-investigator, she is currently responsible for the qualitative research phases of the France-Canada I-Score Study (CTN 283/ Merck IISP-53538) which aims to develop and validate a new patient-reported outcome measure for use in the routine care of people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy. She is also actively involved as an investigator on the I-Score’s parallel projects, its patient engagement initiative and its consultations with HIV clinicians.
Andras Lenart has a Bachelor of Arts & Science in Cognitive Science with a minor in Social Studies of Medicine from McGill University. Currently, he is working towards his Master's in McGill's Family Medicine program. As part of Dr. Bertrand LeBouche's lab, Andras is investigating the engagement of persons living with HIV in the development of clinical and research health instruments.