Our faculty has led on every aspect of the global response to HIV, from research into mother-to-child transmission to strengthening treatment and care systems to the history of stigma, advocacy, and coalition-building.
Adimora A.A., Ramirez C., Benning L., Greenblatt R.M., Kempf M.C., Tien P.C., Kassaye S.G., Anastos K., Cohen M., Minkoff H., Wingood G., Ofotokun I., Fischl M.A., & Gange S. (2018). Cohort Profile: The Women's Interagency HIV Study (WIHS). Int J Epidemiol. View abstract.
Haley D.F., Wingood G.M., Kramer M.R., Haardörfer R., Adimora A.A., Rubtsova A., Edmonds A., Goswami N.D., Ludema C., Hickson D.A., Ramirez C., Ross Z., Bolivar H., & Cooper H.L.F. (2018). Associations Between Neighborhood Characteristics, Social Cohesion, and Perceived Sex Partner Risk and Non-Monogamy Among HIV-Seropositive and HIV-Seronegative Women in the Southern U.S. Arch Sex Behav. View abstract.
Siegel, K., Meunier, É., & Lekas, H.M. (2018). The Experience and Management of HIV Stigma Among HIV-Negative Adults in Heterosexual Serodiscordant Relationships in New York City. AIDS Care. View abstract.
Siegel, K., Lekas, H. M., Onaga, M., Verni, R., & Gunn, H. (2017). The Strategies of Heterosexuals from Large Metropolitan Areas for Assessing the Risks of Exposure to HIV or Other Sexually Transmitted Infections from Partners Met Online. AIDS Patient Care and STDs. View abstract.