Jason Farley, PhD, MPH, NP, FAAN, is an Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and a nurse practitioner in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine HIV and Viral Hepatitis Clinic where he now serves patients both at risk for and living with HIV. Dr Farley is the Director of the HIV Primary Care track within the Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program at Johns Hopkins. He is a clinical core co-director within the Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research, the HPTN site leader of the Johns Hopkins Clinical Trials Unit and the Co-PI of the Johns Hopkins Partner Site of the Mid-Atlantic AETC. He is a member of the Baltimore City HIV Planning Group's PrEP Provider Task-force. In the US, his research focuses on HIV prevention in MSM and better methods to facilitate care for persons with HIV, while internationally he is studying ways to improve outcomes in patients with HIV/TB co-infection. Dr. Farley is the President-Elect of ANAC assuming office at the close of ANAC 2015.