PRC Projects


UCSF PRC's current research project addresses a significant health disparity – HIV – among Black and Latino gay men who have sex with men (MSM). The intervention STYLE+ (“Strength Through Youth Livin’ Empowered”) seeks adapt and replicate STYLE, a model intervention designed to improve linkage of HIV-infected young MSM of color to clinical care. In collaboration with AIDS Project East Bay or APEB, the project was renamed M+ (Implementation Package resource currently in development) and has the following core elements:

  • Social marketing campaign
  • Community outreach & HIV testing
  • Red carpet HIV services
  • HIV+ support services

Positive Living Training APEB

Special Interest Projects (SIPs)

Special interest projects (SIPs) are funded by CDC and other federal agencies. The funder outlines broad goals for each SIP, which is offered only to the PRCs, and the grantee is selected through competitive peer-review. Each project is funded for at least one year, but many are multiyear projects that receive several million dollars.The following SIPs are currently funded through the UCSF PRC:

2010-2014 Period

2014-2019 Period