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03/25/2019
Julia Rozanova, PhD, an Associate Research Scientist within the Yale Clinical & Community Research (YCCR) at Yale School of Medicine, has received a K01 award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (...
03/21/2019
Yale School of Medicine faculty have been awarded $40 million in grants to study medication treatment for veterans with opioid addiction. Drs. Ismene Petrakis and Sandra Springer are co-principal investigators...
03/09/2019
University College London (UCL) researchers made the announcement at the annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) being held in Seattle, USA.- Conference abstract- Webcast of...
03/07/2019
Yale School of Public Health Assistant Professor, Katie Wang, Ph.D., received a 5-year, $886,000 Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The grant will...
02/21/2019
Scientist. Leader. Mentor. Melinda Irwin, Ph.D., M.P.H., brings years of academic experience and a robust set of skills into her new role as the Yale School of Public Health’s first Associate Dean for Research...
02/18/2019
Gregg Gonsalves, Assistant Professor at Yale School of Public Health and a CIRA affiliate, examines President Donald Trump's plan to combat the AIDS epidemic in the United States and eliminate HIV transmission...
01/26/2019
Three research grants totaling more than $9.4 million have been awarded to Yale School of Public Health researchers, further strengthening the school’s leadership in emerging fields of public health. Among the...
01/23/2019
Taking prescribed opioids raises the risk of pneumonia in individuals with and without HIV, a new Yale-led study finds. The study, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, reinforces the concern that prescription...
01/08/2019
CIRA Community: You are cordially invited to a special Open House hosted by CIRA.Learn about CIRA services, resources, and how to participate in the Center.Connect with CIRA faculty, potential mentors, and...
01/04/2019
Many health care providers in remote locations around the world are actively using newer mobile technologies like text messaging and fingerprint identification to deliver important services and timely...
12/07/2018
In 2016, almost two million people were infected with HIV worldwide. Additionally, one million deaths globally were related to AIDS. In Rwanda, an estimated three percent of the adult general population is...
11/30/2018
CIRA has 2 fellowship programs seeking new applicants - Yale AIDS Prevention Training Program (Y-APT) and Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS). Fellows at Yale receive support from an...
11/26/2018
World AIDS Day is a day dedicated by the international community to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, demonstrate support for those living with HIV/AIDS, and to remember those who have passed. The following is a...
11/20/2018
Gregg Gonsalves, Ph.D. '17, is an assistant professor at the Yale School of Public Health, associate (adjunct) professor of law and research scholar in law at Yale Law School and co-director of the Yale Global...
11/19/2018
States that aggressively target intimate partner violence (IPV) in their health care systems have lower rates of HIV infection among women, according to a new study led by researchers at the Yale School of...
10/14/2018
When people living with HIV walk out of prison, they leave with up to a month's worth of HIV medication in their pockets. What they don't necessarily leave with is access to health care or the services that...
10/14/2018
Two former Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholar (REIDS) Fellows, Bridgette M. Brawner, PhD, MDiv, APRN and Kamila Alexander, PHD, MPH, RN, were recent recipients of distinguished awards:Kamila...
10/09/2018
Yale University faculty member and CIRA affiliate Gregg Gonsalves ’11, ’17 Ph.D., an epidemiologist and global health advocate, is among the 25 individuals chosen as 2018 MacArthur Fellows. His MacArthur...
10/09/2018
Pride spilled off a small porch on Chapel Street as New Haveners gathered to celebrate the past and the future of APNH - formerly AIDS Project New Haven, newly rechristened "A Place to Nourish your Health."...
09/27/2018
While mandatory drug treatments in the criminal justice system are a widespread practice, new research reports that many patients who receive such treatment do not believe they need it.In an article published...
09/27/2018
Dr. Theresa Tam (center), the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, stopped by the Yale School of Public Health on Friday en route to Washington, D.C., to discuss the opioid epidemic in the United States as...
09/18/2018
On September 1, 2018, Trace Kerhsaw, PhD assumed the Development Core Director role, replacing Linda Niccolai, PhD. Donna Spiegelman, ScD became the new Director of the Interdisciplinary Research Methods (IRM...
09/16/2018
An HIV outbreak among people who inject drugs in Indiana from 2011 to 2015 could have been avoided if the state's top health and elected officials had acted sooner on warnings, a new study by the Yale School...
09/03/2018
Former REIDS Scholar, J. Alexis Abrams, Ph.D., an Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, was a recent grant awardee as part of a newly developed research program at Fogarty...
09/02/2018
A coalition of racial justice, HIV, and criminal justice organizations and networks have come together to issue this Call to Action in support of an HIV criminal law reform movement that is grounded in racial...