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05/09/2022
Yusuf Ransome, assistant professor at Yale School of Public Health, recently co-authored an essay stating that the current COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the important role that churches have played as...
05/03/2022
Kaveh Khoshnood, PhD, MPH is an Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Yale School of Public Health and executive committee member at Yale Council on Middle East Studies. He is co-...
04/25/2022
CIRA hosted the first two virtual events focused on HIV/AIDS in humanitarian crises: a symposium on HIV/AIDS, mental health, and substance use on April 4, 2022 and a panel on ethical considerations in research...
04/05/2022
CIRA and the Yale School of Public Health welcome eight junior faculty from around the U.S. appointed to the Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS). REIDS is successfully increasing the...
04/04/2022
Important work by CIRA affiliates, Dr. Frederick Altice and Dan Bromberg and others, about how to continue to serve those with HIV and substance use disorders during the war in Ukraine. Many personal stories...
04/04/2022
The Yale School of Public Health's U.S. Health Justice Concentration launched its new Activist in Residence program in February. Ijeoma Opara, Ph.D., L.M.S.W., M.P.H., assistant professor of public health (...
03/22/2022
CIRA is hosting a series of virtual events in April and May 2022 as part of the HIV/AIDS in Humanitarian Crises program. Click for further details and registration links are listed below. We look forward to...
03/01/2022
The Yale School of Public Health (YSPH), a Council on Education for Public Health-accredited school that has also operated as a department within the Yale School of Medicine (YSM), will transition into a self-...
02/21/2022
Ashley Hagaman, PhD, MPH, assistant professor at Yale School of Public Health and member of the Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science and CIRA, has received funding from the National...
02/21/2022
Social and sexual networking apps like Grindr and Jack'd have become an increasingly dominant presence in the lives of MSM for over a decade. Yet, successes in utilizing them to promote PrEP and other HIV...
02/20/2022
In a new study entitled "Feeling Invisible & Unheard: A Qualitative Exploration of Gendered-Racist Stereotypes' Influence on Sexual Decision Making and Mistreatment of Black Teen Girls," Yale School of...
02/06/2022
A key goal of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Let's Stop HIV Together campaign is empowering communities, partners, and healthcare providers to work together to reduce HIV stigma and...
02/04/2022
The National Coalition for LGBTQ Health's Inaugural State of LGBTQ Health National Survey™ assesses the healthcare landscape for LGBTQ patient populations. This survey covers intersectional topics in LGBTQ...
01/24/2022
Join us on Zoom for a virtual panel featuring presentations by CIRA International Visiting Fellows, followed by a discussion with Yale faculty hosts and a Q&A session with audience members.Friday, February...
01/12/2022
REIDS is a two-year R25 educational program for racial and ethnic minority researchers, particularly early career faculty and postdoctoral researchers, dedicated to reducing HIV inequities in communities of...
01/11/2022
Each year CIRA prepares an in-depth progress report to share our activities and accomplishments with NIMH. We invite you to peruse a concise summary of "CIRA Highlights" from the past year, and welcome any...
01/10/2022
Professor of Psychiatry Cindy Crusto, PhD, has been appointed to the role of associate dean for gender equity and director of the Office for Women in Medicine and Science beginning in January 2022. The...
01/07/2022
"InvestiDate," a game designed by Yale researchers with input from Black female adolescents, aims to help teens navigate the challenges of modern dating as they learn valuable information and behaviors to...
12/06/2021
Gay and bisexual men suffer significant psychological harm when living in countries where legal protections and social attitudes combine to create structural stigma against them, according to new research led...
12/03/2021
Yusuf Ransome, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health, researches HIV/AIDS. He studies how social, economic and cultural determinants...
12/01/2021
World AIDS Day, designated on December 1 every year since 1988, is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection and mourning those who have...
11/15/2021
RECRUITING: Applications are open for CIRA’s two Fellowships programs, Yale AIDS Prevention Training Program (Y-APT) and the Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS).Y-APT is a full time, two-...
11/15/2021
Join us on Zoom for a CIRA Talk focused on how physical activity can be recommended to elicit therapeutic benefits for persons with HIV and substance use. Presentation will be followed by a Q&A session...
11/15/2021
Dr. Tiarney Ritchwood has been awarded the NIH Director's New Innovator Award for her study "Community-Academic Partnerships to Address COVID-19 Inequities within African American Communities". This novel...
11/01/2021
Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the U.S. Individuals of color are particularly impacted by more severe health and social consequences related to alcohol use and...