Aimee Maree Wilkin, M.D., M.P.H.
Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity
Office of Women in Medicine and Science
Translational Science Institute
aids, drugs/therapeutic agents pharm, epidemiology, health services, research/outc, infectious diseases, minority health issues, primary care, women's health issues
Academic: 336-716-4584 | Department: 336-716-4512
Wilkin A, Pozniak AL, Morales-Ramirez J, Lupo SH, Santoscoy M, Grinsztejn B, Ruxrungtham K, Rimsky LT, Vanveggel S, Boven K. Long-term efficacy, safety, and tolerability of rilpivirine (RPV, TMC278) in HIV type 1-infected antiretroviral-naive patients: week 192 results from a phase IIb randomized trial
. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2012;28(5):437-446.
Rhodes SD, Tanner A, Duck S, Aronson RE, Alonzo J, Garcia M, Wilkin AM, Cashman R, Vissman AT, Miller C, Kroeger K, Naughton MJ. Female sex work within the rural immigrant Latino community in the southeast United States: an exploratory qualitative community-based participatory research study
. Prog Community Health Partnersh. 2012;6(4):417-427.
Rhodes SD, Vissman AT, Stowers J, Miller C, McCoy TP, Hergenrather KC, Wilkin AM, Reece M, Bachmann LH, Ore A, et al. A CBPR partnership increases HIV testing among men who have sex with men (MSM): outcome findings from a pilot test of the CyBER/testing internet intervention
. Health Educ Behav. 2011;38(3):311-320.
Rhodes SD, Fernandez FM, Leichliter JS, Vissman AT, Duck S, O'Brien MC, Miller C, Wilkin AM, Harris GA, Hostetler DM, Bloom FR. Medications for sexual health available from non-medical sources: a need for increased access to healthcare and education among immigrant Latinos in the rural southeastern USA
. J Immigr Minor Health. 2011;13(6):1183-1186.
Rhodes SD, Hergenrather KC, Duncan J, Vissman AT, Miller C, Wilkin AM, Stowers J, Eng E. A pilot intervention utilizing Internet chat rooms to prevent HIV risk behaviors among men who have sex with men. Public Health Rep. 2010;125(Suppl 1):29-37.
Wilkin A, Pozniak AL, Morales-Ramirez J, Steyn D, Santoscoy M, Grinsztejn B, Ruxrungtham K, Vanveggel S, Termini R, Boven K. TMC278 shows favorable tolerability and non-inferior efficacy compared to efavirenz over 192 weeks in HIV-1-infected treatment-naive patients [abstract]. Infection. 2010;38(Suppl 1):63-64.
Rhodes SD, Hergenrather KC, Wilkin AM, Wooldredge R. Adherence and HIV: a lifetime commitment In: Shumaker SA, Ockene JK, Riekert KA, eds. The handbook of health behavior change. 3rd ed. New York: Springer;2009: 659-675.
Townsend D, Troya J, Maida I, Perez-Saleme L, Satta G, Wilkin A, Barreiro P, Pegram PS, Soriano V, Nunez M, et al. First HAART in HIV-infected patients with high viral load: value of HIV RNA levels at 12 weeks to predict virologic outcome
. J Int Assoc Physicians AIDS Care (Chic Ill). 2009;8(5):314-317.
Maida I, Rios MJ, Perez-Saleme L, Ramos B, Soriano V, Pegram PS, Mura MS, Sanchez-Margalet V, Wilkin A, Nunez M, et al. Profile of patients triply infected with HIV and the hepatitis B and C viruses in the HAART era
. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2008;24(5):679-683.
Rhodes SD, Hergenrather KC, Wilkin AM, Jolly C. Visions and voices: indigent persons living with HIV in the southern United States use photovoice to create knowledge, develop partnerships, and take action. Health Promot Pract. 2008;9(2):159-169.
Wilkin A, Feinberg J. Sexually transmitted diseases [STDs]: HIV/AIDS In: Hillard PA, ed. The 5-minute obstetrics and gynecology consult. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;2008: 172-173.
Rhodes SD, Hergenrather KC, Duncan J, Ramsey B, Yee LJ, Wilkin AM. Using community-based participatory research to develop a chat room-based HIV prevention intervention for gay men. Prog Community Health Partnerships: Res Educ Action. 2007;1(2):175-184.
Rhodes S, Hergenrather K, Yee L, Wilkin A. Condom acquisition and preferences within a sample of sexually active men in the Southern USA: a snapshot in time [abstract]. In: 2007 Program Abstracts of the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association: Politics, Policy and Public Health; 2007 Nov 3-7; Washington (DC). 2007;2007():A150981.
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Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases
Infectious Diseases, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection, Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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I cannot praise Aimee Wilkin high enough in her capacity as a doctor and a friend. I know with certainty that she has my best interests at heart and that she gives it her all to see that I am kept as healthy and happy as possible given some very serious maladies.
In my 65 years I've the opportunity for numerous doctors visits. *Dr. Wilkin tops the list in providing care and current information.
Dr. Wilkin offers excellent health care service and is upfront in the relaying information need to help me as a patient. I have spoken to friends of how excellent my care of service has been provided and with her help and many others I am healthy and living a normal life once again.
Not only is Dr. Wilkin, in my opinion, an accomplished physician treating the body, but also a wonderful person who also treats ones emotional state and ones spirit. I believe Dr. Wilkin and the staff truly care about the whole patient/person.
Again, Dr. Wilkin is probably the best doctor I've had since being a patient in the ID clinic.
*Dr. Wilkin is awesome!