Interviews with the homeless living on New York City streets show that bureaucratic obstacles, not personal recalcitrance, keep many from accepting offers of shelter.
New York University's Vincent Guilamo-Ramos calls for specially tailored, or differentiated, HIV prevention and treatment services for adolescents and young adults, in National Academy of Medicine paper.
Pilot randomized controlled clinical trial will study the effectiveness of a promising intervention in sixty Black adolescents who have depression symptoms and attend grades 6-12 in New York City.
Newly released research paper by Vincent Guilamo-Ramos provides evidence of the important role of fathers in promoting consistent and correct condom use among male adolescents.
William T. Grant Foundation grant supports a novel father-son intervention whose objective is to reduce sexual risk behavior and improve future life chances for male adolescents residing in communities of concentrated inequality.
Center for Drug Use and HIV/HCV Research Joins NYU College of Global Public Health to Strengthen Opioid-Focused Research Collaborations Across NYU
The goal is to enhance culturally competent HIV primary care delivery for Latino populations in order to improve sustained viral suppression outcomes and reduce new infections.
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