Dr. Nicholas Chamberlain, M.D.
I am the Medical Director of the AHF Healthcare Centers: Atlanta Midtown. My first up close and personal experience with the HIV/AIDS epidemic came as a research associate working at Crossroads Clinic in Jackson, Mississippi in 2010. A young woman had just tested positive for HIV. It was a shocking discovery for me at the time, but for everyone else in the clinic, the scene was all too familiar. Her situation left an indelible mark on me, and over the many years following that experience and after providing care for countless other patients in similar situations, I have developed an understanding of the tremendous challenges facing communities most impacted by HIV. As the largest HIV/AIDS provider in the world, AIDS Healthcare Foundation strives to provide quality HIV care to those that need it the most, and for that reason, I truly believe that working at AHF will provide me a tremendous opportunity to have a significant and lasting impact on the HIV epidemic.
Fun Fact: In my free time I enjoy traveling, working out, and going to the movies. I have several years of experience in clinical research focusing on HIV/STI prevention and treatment.
About AHF Healthcare Center – Atlanta Midtown
The Atlanta Midtown office is filled with great employees that strive to deliver our mission everyday: providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy regardless of ability to pay. These clinics are an accepting place to patients from all backgrounds where anybody can feel welcome. We strive to meet the needs of our patients so they can live happy and productive lives.
Medical Groups & Plans
We accept – Ryan White and many insurance plans, please call to validate yours.
Training, Certifications, and Licensing
University of Mississippi Medical Center, MD
Human Biology, 2006
Recipient, IDWeek Trainee Award, IDWeek 2020
Recipient, Kass Award, IDWeek 2016
Internal Medicine Residency
University of Mississippi Medical Center
Infectious Diseases Fellowship
University of Mississippi Medical Center
License Issuing States
Years in Practice
PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS
Chamberlain, N., Mena, L., & Brock J.B. Case Report: Emergent Resistance in a Treatment-Naïve Person with Human Immunodeficiency Virus Under Bictegravir-Based Therapy. OFID. 2021 Jun; 8(6). Doi: 10.1093/ofid/ofab297
Lucar J., Wingler M.J.B., Cretella D.A., Ward L.M., Sims Gomillia C.E., Chamberlain N, Shimose L.A., Brock J.B., Harvey J., Wilhelm A., Majors L.T., Jeter J.B., Bueno M.X., Albrecht S., Navalkele B., Mena L.A., Parham J. Epidemiology, Clinical Features, and Outcomes of Hospitalized Adults with COVID-19: Early Experience from an Academic Medical Center in Mississippi. South Med J. 2021 Mar;114(3):144-149. Doi:10.14423/SMJ.0000000000001222. PMID: 33655307.
Mena, L. Crosby, R., & Chamberlain, N. Extragenital Chlamydia and Gonorrhea in Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men: Missed Treatment Opportunities for HIV-Infected MSM? Sex Transm Dis. 2017 Chamberlain, N., Mena, L, Geter, A., & Crosby, R. Is Sex with Older Male Partners Associated with Higher Sexual Risk Behavior Among Young Black MSM? AIDS Behav. 2017 Aug;21(8):2526-2532.
Chamberlain, N., Mena, L., Chan, P., Mayer, K., & Crosby, R. Is Patient-Reported Exposure a Reliable Indicator for Anogenital Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Screening in Young Black Men who Have Sex with Men (YBMSM)? Sex Transm Dis. 2017 Jul; 44(7): 390–392.
Chamberlain, N., Mena, L, Geter, A, & Crosby, R. Does Age Matter Among Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men? A Comparison of Risk Behaviors Stratified by Age Category. AIDS Education and Behavior. 2016 June; 28(3): 246-51.
Nunn, A., Maccarthy, S., Mena, L., Chan, P., Rose, J., Simmons, D., Riggins, R., Hoffman, M., Perez-Brumer, A., & Chamberlain, N. Sexual Network Profiles and Risk Factors for STIs Among African American Sexual Minorities in Mississippi: A Cross-Sectional Analysis. LGBT Health. 2015 August; 2(3): 276-81. Nunn, A., Maccarthy, S., Barnett, N., Rose, J., Chan, P., Yolken, A., Cornwall, A., Chamberlain, N., Barnes, A., Riggins, R., Moore, E., Simmons, D., Parker, S., & Mena, L . Prevalence and predictors of concurrent sexual partnerships in a predominantly African American population in Jackson, Mississippi. AIDS Behav. 2014 Dec;18(12):2457-68.
Chamberlain N., Shimose L, Bueno, M, & Brock J. Case #20001: A man with HIV presenting with skin lesions after initiating antiretroviral therapy (ART) [Internet]. Partners Infectious Disease Images. Available from: http://www.idimages.org/idreview/case/caseid=583
Chamberlain, N., Brock, J, & Mena, L. BIC/FTC/TAF Maintains Viral Suppression in Patients with Documented M184V/I Mutations: A Real World Experience. Poster presented at IDWeek 2020; Philadelphia, PA.
Chamberlain, N., Crosby, R., Beauchamps, L., Chan, P., & Mena, L. Is Patient-Reported Exposure a Reliable Indicator for Rectal Gonorrhea and Chlamydia Screening in Young Black Men Who have Sex with Men (YBMSM)? Poster presented at: IDWeek 2016; New Orleans, LA.
Maccarthy, S., Mena, L., Chan, P., Rose, J., Simmons, D., Hoffman, M., Perez-Brumer, A., Nunn, A., Chamberlain, N., & Riggins, R. High Rates of Risks for HIV and other STIs among Sexual Minority Women in Jackson, Mississippi. Poster presented at: APHA 142nd Annual Meeting & Expo; New Orleans, LA
Maccarthy, S., Mena, L., Chan, P., Rose, J., Simmons, D., Hoffman, M., Perez-Brumer, A., Nunn, A., Riggins, R., & Chamberlain, N. Individual and Sexual Network Related HIV and STI Risk among Sexual Minority Men in Jackson, Mississippi. Poster presented at: APHA 142nd Annual Meeting & Expo; New Orleans, LA.
Kissinger, P., Taylor, S., Mena, L., White, S., Schmidt, N., Lillis, R., Chamberlain, N., Loggins, M., & Martin, D. Origins of Repeat Infections with Chlamydia Trachomatis and Mycoplasma Genitalium Among Heterosexual Men. Poster presented at: 2012 National STD Prevention Conference; Minneapolis, MN.
Chamberlain, N., Cornwall, A., Rose, J., & Nunn, A. Prevalence of Concurrent Sexual Partnerships and their Associations with GC/CT Infection among African American Patients Attending an Urban STD Clinic in Mississippi. Poster presented at: 2012 National STD Prevention Conference; Minneapolis, MN.
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