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CURRENT PROJECTS

All of the current and ongoing research endeavors of our Department of Research and Evaluation are indicated here.

PROYECTO LUZ

NIMH: Perceived Immigration Laws Impact on Hispanic Immigrants HIV Health Behavior

In collaboration with the Medical College of Wisconsin, this project explores the relationships between perceptions of immigration laws and the HIV health behaviors of Hispanic immigrants in the US. The beliefs and concerns of Hispanic immigrants regarding current immigration laws and policies will be measured in accordance with their willingness to utilize and active utilization of various health services such as HIV testing or alcohol and drug dependency services.

This project will take place across four US metropolitan areas with diverse immigration law and enforcement environments.

1R01MD011573 (PI: Galletly– Medical College of Wisconsin) 10/1/16 – 5/31/21

MOTIVES

NIMH: Mobile Technology and Incentives (MOTIVES) for Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Los Angeles, CA

In partnership with the RAND Corporation, the Mobile Technology and Incentives (MOTIVES) proposes a novel approach to disseminate and improve HIV prevention messages and knowledge retention.

By targeting men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender women (TGW) with weekly text messages in combination with behavioral economics-based incentives, the MOTIVES study aims to increase the frequency of HIV testing and ultimately reducing seroconversion.

This project takes place in the Greater Los Angeles metropolitan area.

1R34MH109373-01A1 (PI: Linnemayr– RAND)  07/01/16 – 06/30/19

Siempre Seguiré

NIMH: Siempre Seguiré: A Pilot Intervention to Improve Coping with Discrimination and Adherence among HIV Positive Latino MSM

Through a partnership with the RAND Corporation, this project will develop and test a pilot intervention to improve the coping skills and abilities of HIV-positive Latino men who have sex with men (MSM).

By helping develop skills to cope with the negative effects of discrimination, this study aims to help increase the adherence to medical treatment among this vulnerable population.

R34 MH113413 (PI: Bogart-RAND)  08/01/17 – 06/30/20

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