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HIV Prevention and Care Continuum, Co-Morbidities, and Translational Research Branch

Overview

This Branch supports research to understand and prevent adverse health outcomes among people at highest risk of acquiring HIV as well as people living with HIV/AIDS. The Branch also encourages the translation and adoption of effective interventions into 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, promote healthy lifestyle choices, and reduce high-risk behaviors.

Areas of Emphasis

Adherence to Treatment and Prevention Program

HIV Prevention and Treatment Implementation Science Program

Psychosocial Co-morbidities of HIV Prevention and Treatment

HIV Testing and Social Determinants Program

Contact

Christopher Gordon, Ph.D.
5601 Fishers Lane, Room 9G11
Rockville, MD 20852
240-627-3867, cgordon1@mail.nih.gov