Poster Session A

PA1. Evaluation of the Abbott Alinity m STI assay for diagnosis of the primary causes of sexually transmitted infections in the United States
James E. Kirby, MD D(ABMM)

PA2. Performance of Self-collected Penile-meatal Swabs Compared to Urine for Detection of STIs in a Low Resource Setting with High Prevalence of STIs
Johan H. Melendez, PhD

PA3. Evaluation of the Alinity m STI Assay at a Veterans Administration Hospital
Robert J. Rolfe, MD

PA4. Real-World HIV Diagnostic Testing in the United States: Assessing the 2nd Step of the Algorithm
Sara Blosser, PhD, D(ABMM)

PA5. Implementation of HCV RNA testing at a Local Public Health Laboratory
Mariam Zhowandai, MPH

Poster Session B

PB1. Hepatitis C Testing during a Global Pandemic: San Francisco’s Lessons Learned
Shelley N. Facente, PhD, MPHUniversity of California, Berkeley | Facente Consulting

PB2. Factors Associated with Accepting HIV tests in the United States: A Systematic Review
Titilola Labisi, MHA, MPH, University of Nebraska Medical Center

PB3. Patient Flow Assessed in Preparation for Point-of-care HIV Nucleic Acid Testing (POC NAT) Implementation at a Large HIV Clinic in Seattle, Washington
Lisa A Niemann, MSW/MPH, University of Washington

PB4. Analyzing Trends in HSV Western Blot Results at a Reference Laboratory
Abir Hussein, MD, MPH, University of Washington

PB5. False Positive Results on HSV 2 Confirmatory Test Used at Major US Laboratory Compared to Gold Standard Herpes Western Blot
Terri Warren, BA, BSN, MEd, MSN, ANP, Westover Research Group

Poster Session C

PC1. A comparison of clinical characteristics of neurosyphilis between HIV infected and non-HIV patients at Maharat Nakhon Ratchasima Hospital
Chalothorn Wannaphut, MD, Siriraj Piyamaharajkarun Hospital | Mahidol University

PC2. Challenges of PrEP Regimen Adherence and Monitoring of Kidney Function on Self-collect DBS
Kavinda DeSilva, Molecular Testing Labs

PC3. Emergence of Syphilis Infection beyond HIV Infection as a more Relevant Indicator for Hepatitis C Virus Infection Susceptibility
Cynthia Turner, PhD, MS, SV(ASCP), Houston Health Department | Texas Southern University

PC4. Self-collect diagnostic options facilitate PrEP engagement and persistence
Christopher S. Hall, MD, MS, Molecular Testing Labs

Poster Session D

PD1. Automated Sexual History and Self-Collection of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Specimens Improves Diagnoses
Kelly S. Chapman, PhD, MPH, MA, Florida Department of Health

PD2. STI sampling at home: Telemedicine usage and high negative predictive values of self-collection STI screening
Daniel Kreitzberg, MS, Everly Health, Inc

PD3. A review of the scope of direct-to-consumer sexually transmitted infection testing services offered on the internet
Casey N. Pinto, PhD, MPH, CRNP, Pennsylvania State University

PD4. Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing and Treating Barriers
John A. Nelson, PhD, APRN, Rutgers University