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07/21/2014
Dr. Ndidi Amutah, a Fellow with the Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS), has been selected for the 2014 Ernest E. Just Prize sponsored by the Avery Research Center for African American...
07/07/2014
One of CIRA's three training program that prepares the next generation of scientists specializing in HIV prevention research will continue through its twentieth anniversary with a $2.5 million federal grant....
06/23/2014
Dr. Amy Justice, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D. was recognized for her dedicated leadership of the Clinical and Health Services Research Core (CHSR) at a recent CIRA event. Dr. Justice is a founding member of the...
06/09/2014
Health professionals, advocates and HIV/AIDS scientists who gathered last week in Mystic, CT for the inaugural New England HIV Implementation Science Network all agreed on one thing: more needs to be done. The...
06/09/2014
Dr. Sarah Calabrese has been awarded a K01 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institute of Mental Health (K01-MH103080). Her grant, entitled "Intervention to Promote PrEP...
06/09/2014
Research being conducted by Drs. Kimberly Hieftje and Lynn Fiellin, both CIRA affiliates and Co-Principal Investigators on a Women's Health Research at Yale-supported project, was recently featured in the...
05/05/2014
On Monday, June 2, the Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS) program will welcome six new and four returning Fellows to its 2014 Summer Institute. This is the fourth cohort of REIDS...
05/05/2014
In more than 30 U.S. states, there are laws that impose criminal penalties on people living with HIV who potentially expose others to HIV. On May 1, Iowa became one of the first to revise its statutes since...
04/24/2014
A CIRA pilot study has found that despite efforts to eliminate it at the societal level, HIV stigma persists and continues to threaten the health of people living with HIV (PLWH). Ninety-three PLWH completed a...
04/07/2014
Prisoners with HIV fare well with treatment during incarceration, a Yale study has found. The authors write that, with the lack of accessible community resources, prison can be an "opportunity of last resort"...