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Angela A. Aidala

Associate Research Scientist of Sociomedical Sciences

and:
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sociology, Columbia College

Biography:
Education & Training:

    PhD, 1980, Columbia University

    BA, 1967, Miami University

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Affiliation(s):

Mailman School Affiliations:

University Affiliations:

  • Columbia Population Research Center  
Honors and Awards:
  • Invited Presentation, White House special policy briefing on Housing and HIV/AIDS, 2009
  • Best Article of 1999, Awarded by the American Planning Association
  • Calderone Award, Columbia School of Public Health, 1995
  • Talmon International Prize for Scholarship in Family, Religion or Community
  • Selected Editorial Boards

    • Editorial Board, AIDS & Behavior
Selected
New York City
Activities:
    Community Health Advisory & Information Network Project
    Dr. Aidala is Co-Principal Director and Study Director of the Community Health Advisory & Information Network (CHAIN) Project, an ongoing study of persons living with HIV or at high risk of infection in New York City. CHAIN is conducted in collaboration with the HIV Planning Council and the New York Health Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Each year multiple reports are written, responding to the questions, interests, and priorities of the DOHMH and the Planning Council and its workgroups. To date, over 130 reports have been written examining a range of topics with focus on unmet health and social service needs, trends in service utilization, and various outcomes among multiple CHAIN cohorts. CHAIN has been a major source of service planning data for the City since 1994. All reports are available at no cost and widely distributed to provider, advocacy, and consumer communities.

    Frequent Users of Services Enhancement ( FUSE) Evaluation
    Dr. Aidala is currently the Principal Investigator for the New York City, Frequent Users of Services Enhancement ( FUSE) Evaluation. FUSE is a supportive housing intervention for homeless re-entry populations with multiple episodes of homelessness and correctional involvement. FUSE in an interagency initiative implemented by the New York City Departments of Correction (DOC), Homeless Services (DHS) and Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), in collaboration with the Corporation for Supportive Housing and a local housing providers.

Selected Publications:
  • Wolitski RJ, Kidder DP, Pals SL, Royal S, Aidala A, Stall R, Holtgrave DR, Harre D, Courtney-Quick C. Randomized Trial of the Effects of Housing Assistance on the Health and Risk Behaviors of Homeless and Unstably Housed People Living with HIV AIDS and Behavior in print
  • Aidala AA, Lee G, Abramson DA, Messeri P, Siegler A. Housing need, housing assistance, and connection to HIV medical care. AIDS & Behavior 11(S2) S101-115 2007
  • Aidala A, Lee G, Moon Howard J, Caban M, Abramson A, Messeri P. HIV-positive men sexually active with women: Sexual behaviors and sexual risks. Journal of Urban Health 83(4) 637-655 2006
  • Aidala A, Lee G, Garbers S, Chiasson MA Sexual behaviors and sexual risk in a prospective cohort of HIV-positive men and women in New York City 1994 - 2004: Implications for prevention AIDS Education & Prevention 18(1) 12-32 2006
  • Aidala A, Cross J, Stall R, Sumartojo E, Harre D. Housing status and HIV risk behaviors: Implications for prevention and policy. AIDS & Behavior 9(3) 251-265 2005
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Contact Information

Office/Address:

722 W 168th St, R515

New York, NY 10032

United States

Phone:

212-305-7023

Fax:

212-342-3659

E-mail:

aaa1@columbia.edu