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Carlton H. Hogan ’83

Carlton Henry Hogan ’83, November 18, 2003, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, following an extensive battle with AIDS. Carlton attended Reed for three and a half years. He worked most recently as a training coordinator in Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS Statistical Center at the University of Minnesota. He was a founding member of Minnesota ACT-UP, the Recovery Alliance, and Coalition for Salvage Therapy. He served on numerous boards; task forces; and focus groups, including the FDA antiviral advisory committee; and was a guest at the White House invitational meeting on HIV/AIDS in 1995. He was voted one of the 10 most influential AIDS researchers by POZ magazine; and edited PW Alive, a journal by, for, and about individuals with HIV and AIDS. In time not allocated to writing, presenting, training, or speaking about AIDS, Carlton composed what he termed "demented" music. He was a warm, intelligent, humorous man, with a passion for resolving injustice and providing hope for those with AIDS. Survivors include his mother, sister, brother, and nephews.

Appeared in Reed magazine: May 2004

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