Dr. Curtis Cooper receives award for excellence in HIV-related human rights and advocacy

September 30, 2011

Dr. Curtis Cooper has been selected to receive the Glen Hillson Award from the Canadian Treatment Action Council in recognition of his excellence in support of HIV-related human rights and advocacy issues, particularly with respect to ensuring that people with HIV have access to liver transplants. Dr. Cooper has conducted extensive research in this area, including a recent systematic review that showed that contrary to popular belief, people with HIV fare just as well after liver transplantation as people without HIV.