Holly Hagan's work in rural New York on young adult opioid users is featured in an article by Madeline Naegle (see page 10).
Danielle Ompad comments on plans to open safe injection facilities in New York City.
Babak Tofighi discusses the use of text messaging to increase adherence to buprenorphine treatment for opioid addiction.
Holly Hagan is applying her experience tracking HIV in cities to a new rural epidemic.
Holly Hagan discusses preliminary findings on transitioning from using prescription opioids to injecting drugs among young adults in rural upstate New York.
Under Grant Land, a brief mention of the five year renewal of CDUHR.
Joshua D. Lee discusses whether providing the opioid-addiction medicine extended-release naltrexone (Vivitrol) to individuals when they leave jail reduces their risk of relapse and overdose.
Honoria Guarino discusses the Staying Safe intervention which aims to reduce injection-related HIV and HCV risk behaviors among young adults ages 18-29.
Sherry Deren discusses the importance of expanding efforts to adolescents and young adults regarding the need for HIV testing.
Ric Curtis' work with John Jay students to survey heroin users on the services they need from New York City (23:00)
Michael Lindsay made the list of "20 Black People Who are Making History in 2018" for leading "important conversations" on his podcast.