Yale University

News

06/13/2012
The Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS) program recently welcomed five new and three returning Fellows to its 2012 Summer Institute. The program was designed to meet the challenges...
05/21/2012
CIRA is pleased to announce that 14 new affiliates have recently brought their individual expertise to the Center, further expanding the diversity of knowledge of our research network. We look forward to the...
05/11/2012
The Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) recently announced that CIRA Scientist, Robert Dubrow, has been selected by the Class of 2012 as Teacher of the Year.The YSPH graduating class selected Dr. Dubrow for...
04/18/2012
CIRA is pleased to welcome Dr. Damir Bikmukhametov to speak as part of its 2012 Visiting International Scholar Seminar Series. The talk, titled Hesitancy To Provide Medical Care to HIV Positive Patients: A...
04/10/2012
Effective April 1, 2012, Dr. Nathan Hansen, a clinical psychologist and an Assistant Professor in the Division of Prevention and Community Research of the Department of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine,...
04/02/2012
CIRA presents its free eHealth and Behavioral Economics for HIV Prevention and Treatment conference. Organized into two half-day sessions, this conference will cover recent theory and research in both domains...
03/22/2012
The NIH Public Access Policy requires:Scientists submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts that arise from NIH funds to the digital archive, PubMed Central, upon acceptance for publication; andPapers are...
03/02/2012
"After 5 Research Schmooze," a speed-dating-style networking event, was held for CIRA and the Center for Health, Intervention, and Prevention (CHIP) investigators Wednesday, Feb. 15th, to afford them a chance...
02/16/2012
The Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS) is searching for five candidates at the post-doctoral or junior faculty level to participate in a unique two-year mentored research program. Apply...
02/16/2012
The CIRA/CHIP Multi-Institutional Pilot Program is a shared investment in new collaborations, innovative research, and your next big grant. Applicants must submit a one to two page Letter of Intent via email...
01/27/2012
Venkatesan Chakrapani first came to CIRA as a Fogarty International Trainee back in 2003. A medical doctor specializing in STIs/HIV at the Chennai-based Indian Network for People Living with HIV, he stayed...
01/23/2012
This year, your NIH grant application will compete with around 80,000 others being considered by some 20,000 scientific reviewers. Your grant will be strong, but there’s always room to make it stronger.For...
01/17/2012
Not only are biologists, epidemiologists, and clinicians working in tandem to understand, treat, and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, but so are economists and mathematical modelers.
01/17/2012
An Indonesian foundation's $5 million gift will enable innovative CIRA scientist, Dr. Frederick Altice, to expand work on links between HIV and substance abuse in Southeast Asia.“We are developing new research...
11/29/2011
As millions celebrate around the world, CIRA would like to invite anyone to attend the following in New Haven. Both events begin at 12:00 Noon.Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases Seminar: Michael Worobey - The...
11/25/2011
Join colleagues at CIRA on Thursday, December 20 at 3:30 PM to hear CIRA scientists give a brief summary of their current research, identify and discuss existing and emerging key research issues and discuss...
11/24/2011
The Fall 2011 issue of Yale Public Health Magazine is now available in a digital edition for easy online reading. CIRA is featured on pages 30-31.
11/15/2011
When it comes to completing a master's thesis, few public health students turn to the medium of film.Jonathan P. Smith, M.P.H. '11, did and the creative approach has earned him a prize from an international...
11/14/2011
CIRA is seeking proposals for its ninth annual Community Research Partnership Program (CRPP) grant competition in HIV prevention research. Up to two projects will be funded, each with a maximum award of $25,...
10/17/2011
If relationships among at-risk couples could be strengthened early on, a host of public health problems -- including sexually transmitted diseases, stress and child neglect -- could potentially be avoided. A...
10/10/2011
CIRA is accepting applications for postdoctoral fellows for the 2012/13 Interdisciplinary HIV Prevention Training Program at Yale University. The deadline for applications has been extended to Wednesday,...
10/03/2011
Aging HIV patients who also battle substance abuse and depression will benefit from a five-year $11,250,000 grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism to The Consortium to improve...
09/22/2011
The Yale School of Public Health is expanding its education beyond the walls of its campus. Through a $2.6 million federal grant provided by the Health Resources and Services Administration, the school will...
09/12/2011
CIRA congratulates Dr. Robert Heimer on the awarding of his new project entitled "Parenteral HCV Transmission: Assessing Risks and Prevention Strategies in vitro". This five-year project will take Robert back...
09/06/2011
After two years at the center, CIRA bids a fond farewell to one cohort of post- and predoctoral fellows, while we also welcome seven new scholars to our NIMH HIV Prevention Training Program, directed by Drs....