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Professor, Infectious Disease-Trained Epidemiologist and Nurse Practitioner, Johns Hopkins University

Jason Farley, PhD, MPH, ANP-BC, FAAN, is a professor of nursing, an infectious disease-trained nurse epidemiologist, and a nurse practitioner in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins Schools of Nursing and Medicine. His research seeks to streamline care approaches that optimize navigation, linkage, engagement, and retention in care for persons with infectious diseases, including studies designed to keep patients engaged in care over long periods of illness. He is the director and founder of the REACH Initiative serving Baltimore City residents living with and at risk for HIV and associated co-infections. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, most recently serving as chair of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Expert Panel. As a seasoned infection-prevention expert, Dr. Farley was part of a Johns Hopkins team evaluating the SARS response in China at an affiliated institution as well as country-level health system responses to tuberculosis and HIV. He maintains a clinical practice as a nurse practitioner in the John G. Bartlett Specialty Clinic for Infectious Disease. He has previously served as a nurse infection-control epidemiologist for the Johns Hopkins Hospital.


  • –present
    Professor, Co-Director Clinical Core for Hopkins Center for AIDS Research, and infectious disease-trained nurse epidemiologist, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing


COVID-19 Courage Award for Science from American Academy of Nursing; Fellow American Academy of Nurses; Fellow American Academy of Nurse Practitioners; Honorary Professor University of Sydney