Q and A with Barton Haynes

While the use of antiretroviral therapies to prevent HIV infection will likely dominate the scientific agenda at the 19th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012) in Washington, D.C, July 22-27, researchers are also paying attention to AIDS vaccines. VAX Science Writer Regina McEnery recently caught up with Barton Haynes, a Duke University professor who leads the virtual consortium […]

Taking Root: n. 8

In this moving story, “Hatsume” (not her real name) talks about her shame and fear of being judged by her friends for being HIV-positive. “Hatsume” is a young, Japanese American woman. This story and more are part of “Taking Root: Our Stories, Our Community,” a national digital storytelling initiative to engage Asian American, Native Hawaiian […]

Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL)

Uganda Youth Development Link (UYDEL) Read about the project HERE.

Mobile Applications for Behavioral Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Analytic Methods

Mobile Applications for Behavioral Research Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 3pm – 5pm:   QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYTIC METHODS PRESENTED BY   Scott Comulada, DR.P.H. Assistant Professor-in-Residence, UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences; Research Scientist, UCLA Center for Community Health Sung-Jae Lee, Ph.D. Assistant Professor-in-Residence, UCLA Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences; Core Scientist, CHIPTS Methods […]

Mobile Applications for Behavioral Research: Designs and Data Collection

CCH/HSRC Methods Seminar – UCLA-Semel Institute Center for Community Health – UCLA-Semel Institute Health Services Research Center PART I:   PART II:   Mobile Applications for Behavioral Research Designs and Data Collection Presented by Nithya Ramanathan, Ph.D. Assistant Research Professor, UCLA Department of Computer Science; Co-Founder, Nexleaf Analytics; CHIPTS Methods Core Dallas Swendeman, Ph.D. Assistant […]

Elizabeth Pisani: Sex, drugs and HIV — let’s get rational

Armed with bracing logic, wit and her “public-health nerd” glasses, Elizabeth Pisani reveals the myriad of inconsistencies in today’s political systems that prevent our dollars from effectively fighting the spread of HIV. Her research with at-risk populations — from junkies in prison to sex workers on the street in Cambodia — demonstrates the sometimes counter-intuitive […]

The Impact of Missed Health Care Visits on HIV Outcomes and Mortality

MAR-14-12  At the 19th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) [external disclaimer] last week, Dr. Ron Valdiserri, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Health for Infectious Diseases, spoke with Dr. Michael Horberg, Director of HIV/AIDS for Kaiser Permanente and a member of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA). They discussed the paper Dr. Horberg presented […]

TED Talk: HIV Facts and stunning data visuals

Hans Rosling on HIV Hans Rosling unveils new data visuals that untangle the complex risk factors of one of the world’s deadliest (and most misunderstood) diseases: HIV. He argues that preventing transmissions — not drug treatments — is the key to ending the epidemic.    

TED Talk: Why I am an HIV/AIDS activist

Annie Lennox: Why I am an HIV/AIDS activist For the last eight years, pop singer Annie Lennox has devoted the majority of her time to her SING campaign, raising awareness and money to combat HIV/AIDS. She shares the experiences that have inspired her, from working with Nelson Mandela to meeting a little African girl in […]