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HIV Intervention and Implementation Science Branch


This Branch supports research to understand and prevent adverse health outcomes among people living with HIV, as well as to prevent acquisition of HIV, through addressing behavioral and psychosocial factors that impact HIV prevention and treatment outcomes. The Branch also encourages implementation research to develop and evaluate strategies to optimize adoption and impact of evidence-based HIV interventions in community-based clinical, treatment, and other settings. Priorities in this program include the development and testing of theory-driven interventions to improve linkage to HIV prevention and care, adherence to prevention and treatment therapies, and promotion of other biobehavioral prevention interventions to reduce HIV acquisition and transmission.


Christopher Gordon, Ph.D.