Current Research

The following is a list of research projects currently or recently conducted by members of the Alameda AIDS Research Coalition. The PDF summary can be reached by clicking on the title.

Substance Use/Incarceration

Exploring Experiences of Disclosing HIV-Positive Status While in Prison Exploring HIV Risk Among Male Parolees and Their Female Partners – “The RelateProject” Urban Health Study II Experiences of Substance Use Behavior Among Young Black MSM  

MSM, Bisexual and Transgender Populations

The Cultural and Relationship Context of HIV among Bisexually Active Black Men and their Female Partners The SHINE Study A Randomized Controlled Trial of the Bruthas Program The Ballroom Community Project: Social Networks and Social Support for Young African American MSM Three Projects for Transgender Women of Color in Alameda and San Francisco, Health Intervention Projects for Underserved Populations (HIPUP) Moving Mountains: Engaging Faith Communities to Address the Three Primary Goals for the National HIV/AIDS Strategy  

Clinical, Linkage to Care

Documenting Challenges for People Living with HIV/AIDS Transitioning BetweenPublicly-Supported Healthcare Payer Sources in California Community Based Participatory Research to Address Late Diagnosis of HIV Among African Americans and Latinos in Oakland HIV Testing Feasibility and Acceptability with Low Wage Immigrant Workers (LWIW) Enhancing HIV Testing and Counseling for Men Recently Released from Jail or Prison in Oakland and their Sexual or Needle-Sharing Partners Implementing Eban II: An Evidence-Based Intervention For Sero-Discordant Couples The HOME Study Improving the Efficiency of HIV Testing With Peer Recruitment, Financial Incentives, and the Involvement of Persons Living with HIV Infection Connecting Resources for Urban Sexual Health: CRUSH