Jeanine Barone

Jeanine Barone is a scientist and journalist with an eclectic background. She's a nutritionist and exercise physiologist who regularly writes about travel, health, fitness, and food for numerous top-tier publications. Jeanine enjoys active travel, especially long-distance cycling and cross-country skiing.

Latest by Jeanine Barone

Mentor-Mentee Training Helps New Prospects Tackle HIV Neuropathy

Distal sensory polyneuropathy affects approximately 50% of persons living with HIV. We spoke with neuroscience mentor and mentee to discuss how to reduce the risk of neuropathy and what treatments are available.

By Jeanine Barone

Exploring HIV Drug Resistance in Trans Women, MSM

We spoke with a mentor/mentee pair, an infectious diseases expert and a second-year medical student, about a research project that focuses on HIV drug resistance in trans women and MSM.

By Jeanine Barone

Studying HIV and STI Testing Preferences in Men Who Have Sex With Men

Our series on mentor-mentee researchers continues with Ellen Eaton, M.D., and Kelsie Dodson, with the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

By Jeanine Barone

Optimizing HIV and Hepatitis C Continuum of Care Outcomes for Criminal Justice-Involved Populations

Curt G. Beckwith, M.D., and Sugi Min, his mentee, discuss their clinical research focused on improving the diagnosis, treatment, and longitudinal care of HIV infection among substance users, particularly those in the criminal justice system.

By Jeanine Barone

Getting Clergy to Step Out on Faith With HIV Education and Mobilization

How much of a role do community faith-based public health programs play in reducing the disparity we see among African Americans contracting HIV?

By Jeanine Barone

Effects of Trauma on Reproductive Decisions by People Living With HIV

An interview with with Katherine Schafer, M.D., who focuses on improving patient care and outcomes for rural people living with HIV, and her mentee, Doris German, a third-year medical student.

By Jeanine Barone

Cryptococcal Screening in Patients With HIV

"Cryptococcal infection is still a major problem among patients living with HIV in the U.S., especially for those with advanced disease and low CD4 counts."

By Jeanine Barone

The Role of Aging in HIV-Related Hospitalizations and Complications

The first in a series of interviews with a mentor/mentee pair, David Riedel, M.D., and his mentee, Shruti Gujaran, discuss chronic non-HIV/AIDS-related diseases among older patients with HIV.

By Jeanine Barone