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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...