Yale University

Study Counters Stereotypes of Black Men

Findings from a new study counter dehumanizing stereotypes of black MSM and demonstrate that patterns of pleasure, affection, and love are similar regardless of race.

In the Spotlight

The Panic Over Ebola

Gregg Gonsalves, a Ph.D. student at the Yale School of Public Health and a veteran AIDS activist from the 1980s and 1990s, recently discussed what he sees as similarities in the way people and politicians responded to that epidemic and the current Ebola outbreak. Furthermore, Gonsalves has been...

Welcoming New Fellows

CIRA bids a fond farewell and our warmest congratulations to the departing cohort of NIMH fellows who recently completed their training. Additionally, we welcome six new scholars to our NIMH Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention Training Program, directed by Dr. Trace Kershaw. Of the fellows...