Dr. Neora Pick is a clinical professor in the Infectious Diseases division of the department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia. She is also the medical director at the Oak Tree Clinic and works for Internal Medicine at BC Women’s Hospital. She sits on the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS Therapeutic Guideline Committee as well as the Community Advisory Committee for Patient Safety.

Her research areas of interest are HIV and aging, neurocognition in HIV, HIV in women, and HIV/HCV and HIV/HPV co-infection. She has a special interest in women’s health.

Dr. Pick has been a site investigator for numerous CTN studies, including CTN 286: TriiAdd Study, which is aiming to determine whether Triumeq, a new single-tablet antiretroviral treatment, will be more effective than existing combination medications in achieving viral suppression. Other studies for which she has acted as an investigator are CTN 222, 240, and 264. She has also contributed to numerous CTN publications.