Judith Auerbach, PhD

Professor

Publications
  1. It is not just about "the trial": the critical role of effective engagement and participatory practices for moving the HIV research field forward.
  2. If We Build It, Will They Come? Perceptions of HIV Cure-Related Research by People Living with HIV in Four U.S. Cities: A Qualitative Focus Group Study.
  3. Towards an integrated primary and secondary HIV prevention continuum for the United States: a cyclical process model.
  4. International AIDS Society global scientific strategy: towards an HIV cure 2016.
  5. Towards Multidisciplinary HIV-Cure Research: Integrating Social Science with Biomedical Research.
  6. Beyond "getting drugs into bodies": social science perspectives on pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV.
  7. Theoretical Foundations of Research Focused on HIV Prevention Among Substance-Involved Women: A Review of Observational and Intervention Studies.
  8. Knowledge, attitudes, and likelihood of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) use among US women at risk of acquiring HIV.
  9. Focusing National Institutes of Health HIV/AIDS research for maximum population impact.
  10. Preventing HIV infection in women.
  11. Greentree white paper: sexual violence, genitoanal injury, and HIV: priorities for research, policy, and practice.
  12. Gender-sensitive reporting in medical research.
  13. Addressing social drivers of HIV/AIDS for the long-term response: conceptual and methodological considerations.
  14. Structural interventions for HIV prevention in the United States.
  15. The iPrEx results: lifting hopes, raising questions.
  16. Transforming social structures and environments to help in HIV prevention.
  17. Antiretroviral postexposure prophylaxis after sexual, injection-drug use, or other nonoccupational exposure to HIV in the United States: recommendations from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  18. Principles of positive prevention.
  19. The experts speak. Public policy issues in HIV/AIDS. Interview by Vicki Glaser.
  20. HIV/AIDS and aging: interventions for older adults.