The HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University was established in 1987 under the leadership of Anke A. Ehrhardt, Ph.D., and Zena Stein, M.D., as one of the first NIMH AIDS Research Centers. Our work has been supported by the NIMH AID Research Centers Program along with a large number of individual federal and private foundation research and training grants.
Now in its 29th year, and directed since 2013 by Robert H. Remien, Ph.D. with Alex Carballo-Diéguez, Ph.D., and Claude Ann Mellins, Ph.D., the HIV Center is one of the oldest and most productive continuously funded AIDS research centers in the United States – working at the interface of behavioral, social, and biomedical sciences.
HIV Center Grand Rounds
September 13, 2018
STIGMA AND HIV PHYSICAL HEALTH OUTCOMES
Andrea Norcini Pala, PhD
HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies
ASSESSING PERCEPTIONS OF BROAD CONSENT CONCERNING BIOLOGICAL SPECIMEN COLLECTION IN A COHORT OF YOUNG SEXUAL MINORITY MEN
Stephanie Cook, PhD
College of Global Public Health, New York University
September 20, 2018
THE IMPACT OF DEPRESSION ON HIV TREATMENT OUTCOMES: ACHIEVING 90-90-90
Brian Wells Pence, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill