Center for AIDS Intervention Research (CAIR)

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CAIR's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program Faculty
 

(click on any name for a short bio)

Jeffrey A. Kelly, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Director, Center for AIDS Intervention Research

Steven D. Pinkerton, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Director, CAIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

Carol L. Galletly, JD, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Associate Director, CAIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Program

Yuri A. Amirkhanian, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Michelle R. Broaddus, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Julia B. Dickson-Gomez, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Laura R. Glasman, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Timothy L. McAuliffe, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

Andrew E. Petroll, MD, MS
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)

 

   


Examples of Recent CAIR HIV Prevention Research Projects

 

  • Outcome trials of behavioral risk reduction interventions for severely mentally ill adults, men and women with alcohol disorders, and sexually transmitted disease clinic clients
  • Multisite randomized field trials evaluating community-level and population-focused behavior change intervention for gay men, youth, and at-risk heterosexual adults
  • Evaluations of social network-based interventions for at-risk groups in Eastern Europe and the United States
  • Development of computer-based interventions to promote risk reduction among persons at high risk of infection
  • Intervention studies examining mental health interventions to assist persons with HIV to cope with their illness, prevent secondary HIV transmission, and improve adherence to HIV treatment regimens
  • Studies examining strategies to promote the dissemination of effective HIV prevention approaches from the research arena to community-based organizations and public health service agencies
  • Quantitative and qualitative studies of the determinants of risk behavior in community populations vulnerable to HIV infection, including persons with severe mental illness, incarcerated men and women, men who have sex with men, and persons who use the Internet to seek sex partners
  • Mathematical modeling studies to examine HIV and STI acquisition by at-risk persons and to evaluate the effectiveness of HIV/STI prevention strategies
  • Empirical research on the effects of HIV-specific criminal laws on persons living with HIV
  • Economic and policy studies evaluating the cost-effectiveness of HIV/STI prevention interventions
  • Methodological research on HIV risk assessment using surveys, daily sexual behavior diaries, ACASI, PDAs, and other techniques

For a listing of on-going studies, please click here.

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