Faculty Expert Profile
- Professor of Nursing
- Director PhD Program/ REACH Initiative
- Co-Director Clinical Core, Hopkins Center for AIDS Reseach
- School of Nursing
- Hopkins Center for AIDS Research
Jason Farley is a nurse researcher who develops interventions to improve HIV treatment. He works to ensure pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) access among men who have sex with men, and drove the development of the smartphone app PrEPme. He has been a go-to expert for advice on how to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Internationally, Farley has led efforts to enhance diagnosis for patients with drug-resistant TB/HIV co-infection via the smartphone app miLINC. Farley’s work has a large clinical impact on care and prevention of HIV and tuberculosis.
He leads the Johns Hopkins HIV Prevention Trials Network within the School of Medicine and is founder of the REACH Initiative of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, whose mission is to lead evidence-based prevention, care and support for persons at risk or living with HIV. He is past president of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, the world's largest HIV-focused nursing organization.