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
Testing hair for fentanyl exposure: A method to inform harm reduction behavior among individuals who use heroin
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Development, validation, and potential applications of the hepatitis C virus injection-risk knowledge scale (HCV-IRKS) among young opioid users in New York City
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Prevalence of reagent test-kit use and perceptions of purity among ecstasy users in an electronic dance music scene in New York City
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Featured Projects
Migrant Puerto Rican PWID: The Influence of Acculturation and Enculturation on HIV and HCV Risk Behaviors
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Evaluating ART for All HIV Seropositives: Can It Work with the Hardest Cases?
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Preventing HIV Transmission by Recently Infected Drug Users
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Research in Brief
Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
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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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