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Alexander Stoler, MD

Investigator

Pronouns: He/His/Him Dr. Stoler received his medical degree from Moscow Medical and Dental School, Russia. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine and then ID Fellowship at UMDNJ. Since 1999 he’s worked as an attending physician in Inf.Dis/HIV clinic. He is also taking care of patients at Broadway House for Continuing Care. His major field


Amesika N. Nyaku, MD, MS

Investigator

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Dr. Amesika Nyaku is an accomplished graduate of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. There, she completed her Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases, fellowship. She strongly cares for people living with HIV/AIDS and people with general infectious diseases as shown by her thorough work and intentional outreach. Her research interest is


Andrew Moreira

Public Health Representative

Pronouns: He/His/Him Andrew graduated from Rutgers University-Newark in 2018 with his Bachelors in Marketing and a minor in Psychology. When he first joined IDP, Andrew served as an HIV tester and counseling, providing rapid testing services to individuals at University Hospital and the Greater Newark Community. Andrew has also been pivotal in developing a departmental


Angelica Thompson

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Asha Chintala

Research Associate III

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Asha has a Master of Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from the University of Delaware. She has worked as a Public Administration Fellow assisting on education policy projects and as a Graduate Assistant supporting healthcare quality improvement projects. Asha performs various clinical research tasks


Burlinda Aponte

Financial Counselor

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Carlos Lopez

Patient Navigator

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Carolyna Torres

Administrative Coordinator

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers In 2003, Carolyna Torres began working at Rutgers University. Six years later she became the official Administrative Coordinator, overseeing all administrative functions. She’s the payroll liaison aka the tape and glue that supports three departments. With her meticulous detail and steady organization, she answers all questions thrown her way. Carolyna is notorious for


Cenaida Andaluz

Ambulatory Care Technician

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Christie Lyn Costanza

Community Engagement Manager

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers This is Christie Lyn Costanza, but most people call her CL. She graduated from Villanova University with a BA in psychology and took her first public health job at Planned Parenthood’s Center for Family Life Education in Plainfield, NJ as an Outreach Educator. She then started with the NJMS Clinical Research Center as