YearNameDepartmentTitleAwardsPublications
2020Guochun Jiang, PhDHIV Cure CenterHIV Reservoirs in the Central Nervous System
2020Allysha Maragh-Bass, PhD, MPHFHI 360Exploring Stigma, HIV, and Mental Illness among Older African American Women living with HIV: Implications for Intervention Using Care Convoys
2019Ross Boyce, MD, MScUNC IDMore than a machine: Exploring the ancillary systems and processes required to make point-of-care HIV-1 viral load testing effective in rural western Uganda
2019Haitao Guo, PhDUNC GeneticsSuppress HIV Replication and Potentiate T Cell Response to HIV by Targeting Metabolic Pathways
2019Stephanie Martin, PhD, MedUNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Dept. of NutritionEngaging Fathers in the Care and Feeding of HIV-Exposed Uninfected Infants in Zambia
2019David van Duin, MD, PhD, FIDSAUNC SOMAntibacterial resistance in people living with HIV
2019Allysha Maragh-Bass, PhD, MPH (and John Mitchell, Ph.D., Duke CFAR co-PI)FHI 360A community based approach to understanding PrEP care in at-risk adolescents (UNC PI change)
2018Carolina Garrido, Ph.D.UNC Dept. of Medicine and HIV Cure CenterDevelopment of a mouse model to test natural killer (NK) cell-based immune strategies to clear latent HIV infection
2018Nathan Montgomery, M.D.UNC Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory MedicineGenomic Characterization of HIV-associated multicentric Castleman disease in MalawiMontgomery et al., 2020 (PMC6970037)
2018Marie Stoner, Ph.D. (and John Mitchell, Ph.D., Duke CFAR co-PI)UNC Carolina Population CenterA community based approach to understanding PrEP care in at-risk adolescents
2018Weiming Tang, Ph.D.UNC Project - ChinaUsing Secondary Distribution to Promote HIV Testing among Chinese Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Pilot StudyR34 MH119963Tang et al., 2019a (PMC6105569); Tang et al., 2019b (PMC6635017); Wang et al., 2018a (PMC6192108); Wang et al., 2018b (PMC5863085)
2017Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein, Ph.D.UNC Dept. of Social MedicineExploring the use of PrEP among people who inject drugs in Guilford County, North CarolinaR01MD013573Hershow et al., 2019
2017Jennifer Deese, Ph.D., M.P.H.FHI 360What’s sex got to do with it? Understanding the potential for confounding and exposure misclassification due to vaginal sex and semen exposure in studies of biological mechanisms associated with HIV acquisitionR01HD096937
2017Nora Franceshini, M.D., M.P.H.UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Dept. of EpidemiologyPharmacogenomics of anti-retroviral drugs: a pilot study
2017Rainier Masa, Ph.D.UNC School of Social WorkA Feasibility Study of Umwini, an Asset-Based Intervention to Improve Treatment Outcomes of Adolescents Living with HIV (ALHIV) in Eastern Province, Zambia
2017Samantha Meltzer-Brody, M.D.UNC School of Medicine, Dept. of PsychiatryPerinatal depression and engagement in HIV care among women in Malawi: Formative research to support the development of a culturally appropriate mental health treatment interventionR34MH116806
2017Kimberly Powers, Ph.D.UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, Dept. of EpidemiologyFormative Research to Develop a Prospective, Population Based Cohort of Newly HIV-Diagnosed Persons in North CarolinaR21 NR018805
2017Danielle Haley, Ph.D., M.P.H.UNC School of Medicine, Infectious DiseasesQuantifying the impact of medical marijuana laws women’s behavioral and clinical health: a longitudinal multilevel analysis of the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS)K01 DA046307, R01 DA046197
2017Andrea Knittel, M.D.UNC OB/GYNLongitudinal effects of incarceration on STI and sexual partner acquisition
(Secondary Data Analysis Award)
2016Edward Browne, Ph.D.UNC Infectious DiseasesSingle cell analysis of HIV latency
(Secondary Data Analysis Award)
R01 AI143381Bradley et al., 2018 (PMC6258175)
2016Sylvia Fitting, Ph.D.UNC Behavioral NeuroscienceNeuroprotective potential of endocannabinoids in a model of neuroAIDSR01 DA045596Xu et al., 2017 (PMC5587778); Xu et al., 2016 (PMC4848126)
2016Sharon Parker, Ph.D.NC A&TPerspectives of HIV Prevention Among Incarcerated Women: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis as a Potential Biomedical HIV Intervention
2016Julie Dumond, Ph.D.UNC School of PharmacyQuantitative Analysis of Aging Effect on CD4+ T-cell recovery in HIV-suppressed Participants Using Population Modeling Methods
2016Jonathan Fogle, Ph.D.NCSULentivirus-Activated T Regulatory Cells Exploit CD8+ T Cell Epigenetic ProfilesWang et al., 2018 (PMC5863085)
2016Ruian Ke, Ph.D.NCSUA quantitative framework to evaluate the efficacy and predict impacts of treatment strategies involving Dual-Affinity Re-Targeting (DART) proteins in HIV eradication studiesKe et al., 2018 (PMC6237475)
2016Mackenzie Cottrell, Ph.D.UNC School of PharmacyDoes Sex Hormone Therapy Decrease NRTI Active Metabolite Formation in Mucosal Tissues?R21 AI145646