The Illumina team is pleased to highlight a recent mobile learning application we developed for the University of Washington School of Medicine STD Prevention Training Center.

The HIV PrEP Tools for Clinicians app is based on the Center for Disease Control’s HIV PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis) guidelines, and addresses assessment for HIV PrEP, appropriate medications to prescribe, and laboratory evaluation and monitoring. The tool can be accessed at and on the Apple AppStore and Google Play.

“Working with Jason, Michael, and the entire Illumina team was an outstanding experience for our program at the University of Washington. We approached them with a concept and framework for the development of a progressive web application. Our goal for the application was to assist prescribers and other medical professionals in the initiation and monitoring of HIV Pre Exposure Prophylaxis. Illumina’s team provided outstanding service from project initiation through to completion. The project was completed within budget and even came in ahead of schedule, while not sacrificing quality in the process, and the quality was outstanding from end to end. The Illumina team worked diligently to ensure our team was apprised of project progress and they did a fantastic job incorporating our change requests and feedback. Our entire team is thrilled with the final product and we are so excited to share this progressive web application with our end users and other stakeholders. Beyond the scope of the project, Michael, Jason, and the rest of the Illumina team are a pleasure to work with. They are friendly, communicative, and were laser-focused on making sure that we were pleased with both the project and the process. Our team at the University of Washington is excited to work on additional projects with Illumina in the future.”

      • Peter Harrison, MPH, Program Manager, Infectious Diseases Education and Assessment (IDEA), University of Washington STD Prevention Training Center (UW STD PTC)
      • David Spach, MD, Professor of Medicine, University of Washington Division of Infectious Diseases, Editor-in-Chief, National HIV Curriculum