Michael Marmor, MD, a professor at the NYU School of Medicine, is the head researcher. He has a long history with HIV/AIDS research.
In 1981, he was part of a team of doctors who identified the high incidence of Karposi’s sarcoma (KS) in young gay men. KS was one of the earliest diseases associated with the AIDS epidemic.
I took the survey. It was quick and relatively painless, despite the very personal questions (remember, it’s anonymous!). I answered honestly, which is obviously what they need from everyone who participates.
(Full disclosure: I’m an NYU alumnus, so please help my alma mater help us all fight HIV/AIDS!)
Visit hivinfosource.org/projectrewind for more information and to participate.