HIV Prevention

The DC CFAR supports research focused on HIV prevention. Active areas of research include highly impacted populations including men who have sex with men (MSM), injection drug users (IDU), African Americans, sex workers, youth and criminal justice. 

Active NIH Funding

Impact Evaluation of a Policy Intervention for HIV Prevention in Washington, DC

5RO1DA031649-04
Monica Ruiz, PhD, MPH
The George Washington University 

Violence Exposure, Immune Function & Hiv/Aids Risks In African American Young Adults

4RO1MD005851-05
Frough Saadatmand, PhD
Howard University

Improvement of STI Detection in Adolescent Emergency Department Patients

4K23HD070910-05
Monika Goyal, MD
Children's National Medical Center

Washington Women's Interagency HIV/AIDS Study

4U01AI034994-23
Mary A. Young, MD
Georgetown University

Social Determinants of HIV: The Intersecting Impacts of Mass Incarceration, Housing Stability, and Subsidized Housing Policies

1R01MH110192-01
Kim Blankenship, PhD
American University

DEVELOPING AN HIV PREVENTION INTERVENTION FOR YOUNG MSM THROUGH IMPROVED PARENT-CHILD COMMUNICATION

1R34MH112445-01
David Huebner, PhD, MPH
George Washington University

A PILOT SOCIAL NETWORK INTERVENTION TO REDUCE HIV AND IPV AMONG ADOLESCENT GIRLS

1R21MH114570-01
Thespina Yamanis, PhD
American University

Social-structural Stressors, Resilience and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Black Men

4R01MH100022-04
Ingrid Bowleg, PhD, MA
The George Washington University

A Webnovela-Based Intervention to Promote HIV Testing Among Colombian MSM

1R34MH111362-01
Maria Cecilia Zea, PhD
The George Washington University

 

Terry Beirn CPCRA Clinical Trials Unit

5UM1AI069503-10
Fred Gordin, MD
Veterans Affairs Medical Center

HPTN George Washington University CRS

5UM1AI069503-10
Alan E. Greenberg, MD, MPH
Veterans Affairs Medical Center