• Benton Cheung

    Digital Project Manager

    Mr. Cheung is a project manager and an experienced multimedia producer. He has a passion for design and has produced science and health content for various institutions including Lawrence Hall of Science, Innovative Genomics Institute, UC Santa Cruz, and UC Office of the President. At the UCSF Center for HIV Information, he works collaboratively with a diverse team of web developers, web producers, and production managers to support the web needs of the Research Coordinating Center to Reduce Disparities in Multiple Chronic Diseases (RCC-RD-MCD) and TargetHIV.

    Outisde of his work, he enjoys rooting for LA sports teams, playing basketball and badminton, and watching the latest movies and Korean dramas.

  • photo of jason boyce

    Jason Boyce

    UI/UX Developer

    Mr. Boyce is a web developer with a passion for social justice organizations, the environment, and serving underrepresented communities. At the UCSF Center for HIV Information, he works with dedicated teams across the country to produce web applications, graphics, and layouts, bringing their vision and hard work to the web where it can be seen by all. His favorite programming language is JavaScript.

    Outside of the code editor, he is an accomplished filmmaker and photographer with a history in journalism, documentary filmmaking, and covering stories across the country. He also loves hiking and birds.

  • Mark McCormick

    Mark McCormick

    Web Producer

    Mr. McCormick assists with website management across multiple sites. He is well versed in website technology, and routinely works in a variety of content management systems to maintain these sites. In addition, he supports CHI in administrative and purchasing functions. Mark is often the point person with external partners, and he represents HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program's TargetHIV website at USCA and Ryan White conferences. 

  • Mary Salome

    Mary Salome

    Production Manager

    Ms. Salome has 20+ years in Web development and multimedia production. She has a Masters in Communication from Stanford University, and a certificate in Technical Writing from UC Berkeley Extension. At the UCSF Center for HIV Information she supervises the production team; manages the overall timelines, strategies, and production staffing across all CHI sites; tends to servers, domain registration, and site performance; and produces content for delivery in multiple formats.

    Outside of the Center for HIV Information she produces radio, occasional videos, and volunteers to consult with non-profits about approaches to web development. Her cross-genre writing has been published in various publications.

  • Nicolé Mandel

    Nicolé Mandel


    Ms. Mandel has more than twenty years of experience working in online publishing, and HIV care and prevention. She directs an experienced, multidisciplinary team of professionals in defining, implementing, and maintaining technology projects related to public health issues including HIV, viral hepatitis, and health disparities.

    She enjoys helping technologists and public health professionals collaborate and deliver messages and resources in innovative and useful formats and feels fortunate to collaborate with and learn from diverse partners. Ms. Mandel likes that there's always something new to learn in technology, and is encouraged by the recent pace of progress in HIV and hepatitis C prevention and care.

    Her current work includes project management for HIV InSite, the HRSA AIDS Education and Training Center National Resource Center, HRSA's Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program's TargetHIV website, the UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health, and other projects. 

  • Rado in Juneau

    Rado Lee

    Finance Manager

    Ms. Lee has more than a decade of experience working in finance and program management experience at various academic research institutions including UCSF, UCLA, UC Merced, and the University of Washington. At UCSF, she manages the research finance for CFAR, CHI, and ARI. She loves improving processes and solving complex problems. She has won several awards at the University of California including Leading by Example.  

    Ms. Lee is originally from Uiwang, South Korea. In her spare time, she likes to go on hikes, draw landscapes, and play with her beloved cat named Spock.

  • Susa Coffey, MD

    Susa Coffey, MD

    Clinical Professor, Medical Editor, Principal Investigator

    Susa Coffey, MD, HS Clinical Professor, is an attending physician at the UCSF Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine at SFGH, Education Director of the Division of HIV, ID and Global Medicine, and Co-Director of the RAPID program at SFGH. She also is Editor-in-Chief, UCSF Center for HIV Information and HIV InSite, and Medical Editor, AIDS Education Training Center National Resource Center.

    Academic Focus: Dr. Coffey is the Editor-in-Chief at the UCSF Center for HIV Information and HIV InSite. She develops HIV-related educational and training materials for domestic and international use, using web-based as well as print formats. These resources include clinical manuals, training modules, training slide sets, curricula, and clinical support tools. She also is involved in training medical residents and medical students in the care persons with HIV infection. Her interests include antiretroviral therapy, primary care of persons with HIV/AIDS, and underserved populations.