Yale University

Naltrexone Helps Ex-Prisoners With Substance Use Disorders Succeed on HIV Meds

People who are incarcerated, living with HIV and have a substance use disorder are more likely to be virally suppressed six months after leaving prison or jail if they are given monthly injections of long-acting naltrexone.

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Researchers Reveal Ugandan Medicine Disparities

A recent Yale study led by School of Public Health professor Mari Armstrong-Hough focused on Uganda’s lack of access to medication for noncommunicable diseases, like heart disease and diabetes. The study pointed out disparities in the availability of essential medicines for these diseases, both...

Individuals and Research Projects Affiliated in 2017

In 2017, CIRA affiliated 15 individuals and 18 research projects. See below for the detailed lists. Click the names for further information.Individuals Affiliated in 2017:Mari Armstrong-Hough, MPH, PhD - Associate Research Scientist in Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases), Yale School of Public...