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Glenda Gray

Glenda Elisabeth Gray

AIDS Activist


Born 14-12-1962 in Boksburg South Africa

Glenda Gray is a South African AIDS activist. She obtained a Trade qualification in Paediatrics from the Fellow of College of Physicians of South Africa in 1993.



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Current Position(s)

Chair | HIV Vaccine Trails Network | South African Aids Vaccine Initiative
United States of America/Republic of South Africa | 2003 - present

Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals


Chair | Sacred Heart College
Johannesburg | 2002 - present

Academia, Education and Training



Previous Position(s)

Co-Chair | HIV Vaccine Trails Network (HVTN)
United States of America | 2002 - 2003

Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals




Medical Officer | Coronation Hospital
Johannesburg | 1986 - 1987

Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals


Educational history

Tertiary

University of the Witwatersrand

Completed 1986

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery

Completed 1993

Fellow of College of Physicians of South Africa in Paediatrics

Achievements

Awards

Order of Luthuli Award in Silver | 2013

For her excellent life-saving research in mother-to-child transmission of HIV and AIDS that has changed the lives of people in South Africa and abroad. Her work has not only saved lives of many children, but also improved the quality of life for many others with HIV and AIDS

Top Female Achiever in Academia | Top Women in Business & Government

HVTN Network Service Award, USA | HVTN

Hero in Med Award | IAPAC

City Press/Rapport Prestige Award | City Press/Rapport

Nelson Mandela Health & Human Rights Award | Kaiser

International Fogarty Fellow Award | Fogarty USA/SA

Woman of the Nineties | Femina

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Memberships

Dean's Advisory Group on AIDS, University WITS

Member, 2002 - present

Health Professions Council of South Africa

Member, 2004 - present

College of Med: Paediatrics

Member, 2004 - present

International Conference on Drug Therapy

Member, 2000 - present

AIDS Research Institute, University WITS

Member, 2003 - present

Editorial Com: Women, Children & HIV

Member, 2003 - present

Advisory Board: LoveLife

Member, 2003 - present

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LoveLife

Public Debate (Adolescents), 2004 - 2004

Sacred Heart College

Board of Governors, 2003 - 2003

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