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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....
07/28/2011
We are deeply saddened by the news of Dr. Denise Travis's untimely passing on Friday, July 22, 2011. Dr. Travis (seated left with her mentor, Dr. Jean Schensul) had been in Connecticut as a visiting fellow of...
07/11/2011
Paul D. Cleary has been reappointed as dean of the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and chair of the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Medicine, President Richard C. Levin...
06/03/2011
For the 30th anniversary of the first reported case of AIDS, CIRA asked the same question of fifty individuals - What was the defining  moment that got you involved in HIV/AIDS? This video series...
Last week at the American Public Health Association conference in San Francisco, former CIRA research assistant, Terry Tian, M.P.H., presented a poster titled "Understanding Community-Based Organization...
A new video from the Yale School of Public Health titled 'Heroin in Connecticut - A Suburban Epidemic' focuses on YSPH Professor Robert Heimer and findings from his CIRA affiliated study, Environmental Factors...
The campaign to keep New Haven-area residents free of HIV is getting a boost from a federal grant that will also help identify and treat those who abuse opioids.Dr. Frederick Altice of the Yale AIDS Program -...
'Shut down detox centers.' 'Get people bed rest.' 'And methadone.' Those might not sound like the most popular ideas for dealing with the growing opioid crisis. Two experts who have studied the crisis in depth...
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...
Join us February 17, 4-5 pm for Can mindfulness promote the well-being of LGBTQ people?. Dr. Shufang Sun will share from her clinical and research experiences on the promises and potential pitfalls of...
Sten H. Vermund, MD, PhD, dean of the School of Public Health and Anna M.R. Lauder Professor of Public Health, and professor of pediatrics, Yale School of Medicine, was elected by the membership of the...
When:Juneteenth Unity WeekendThursday, June 16 to Friday, June 17, 2022Where:Crowne Plaza Dallas Downtown HotelDallas, TexasThe 2022 HIV Implementation Science to Optimize Research Impact (HISTORI) Scientific...
During the pandemic, New Haven moved some people living in the city's group shelters to hotel rooms. New Yale School of Public Health research finds that individual accommodations improved their sense of...