Research

CDUHR investigators conduct a broad range of HIV and HCV research including epidemiological, ethnographic and intervention studies among groups at high risk

Recently Published
Shifting characteristics of ecstasy users ages 12–34 in the United States, 2007–2014
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Nonmedical opioid use in relation to recency of heroin use in a nationally representative sample of adults in the United States
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Mobile technology to increase HIV/HCV testing and overdose prevention/response among people who inject drugs
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Featured Projects
PrEP Uptake and Adherence Among Young Black MSM: Neighborhood and Network Determinants
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Culture and HIV Risk in a Diverse Population
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Operations Research Collaboration for Alcohol Abuse and AIDS: ORCAAA
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Research in Brief
Syringe Service Programs Reduce HIV and HCV Infections in People Who Inject Drugs
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Incarceration and HIV in the US: A Call to Expand Services
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Prescription Opioid Misuse: Addressing a Potential Threat to Progress in Ending the HIV and HCV Epidemics
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