Yale University

CIRA Announces Successful Renewal of P30 Center Grant

The National Institute of Mental Health has renewed the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) P30 Center Grant through 2028. Since 1997, CIRA at Yale University has supported a diverse portfolio of interdisciplinary domestic and international research and contributed to generation of scientific knowledge addressing HIV vulnerability, transmission, and interventions in highly impacted groups and settings. In the next 5 years, under the leadership of Trace Kershaw, PhD, CIRA will focus on stimulating and supporting innovative interdisciplinary research that combines behavioral, social, structural, and biomedical approaches to improve HIV equity of status neutral HIV care (i.e., HIV prevention and treatment services across the care continuum, regardless of one's HIV status) through the support of key research skills shown to improve equity: implementation science, community-engaged research, HIV service integration, and digital health.

Further details from NIH RePORTER

Published: Monday, June 5, 2023