YearNameDepartmentTitleAwardsPublications       
2011Tucker, Joseph, Ph.D.UNC School of Medicine, Project ChinaSexually Transmitted Infection Prevalence Among HIV Positive Patients in Guangzhou, ChinaR13AI102515Tucker et al., 2012a; Tucker et al., 2012b; Wang et al., 2013
2010Kia Caldwell, Ph.D.UNC African and Afro-American StudiesAssessing the HIV Prevention Needs of Middle Socioeconomic Status African American Women in North CarolinaCaldwell, Mathews, & Brown, 2012 (IAS 2012)
2010Gina Chowa, Ph.D.UNC Social WorkStrengthening the Economic Capacity of Young Women to address HIV/AIDS challenges in Zambia
2010Vanessa Duren-Winfield, Ph.D.WSSUAssessing HIV and Sex-Related Risk Behavior among HBCU Students in North Carolina
2010Eric McCollum, M.D.UNC Project, Lilongwe, MalawiRapid HIV p24 Antigen Testing and Presumptive HIV Diagnosis in Malawian ChildrenMcCollum et al., 2011, Braun et al., 2011
2010Lisa Rahangdale, M.D.UNC IDAssessment of HIV shedding from the female upper genital tractRahangdale et al., 2013; Rahangdale et al., 2014a; Rahangdale et al., 2014b; Rahangdale et al., 2015
2010Pius Tih Muffih, Ph.D., M.P.H.Cameroon Baptist Convention Health BoardPartner Notification in Cameroon: An Innovative Approach to HIV Prevention
2010Marcel Yotebieng, Ph.D.UNC SPH EpidemiologyFertility Desires, Contraceptives Choices, Utilization of Family Planning and Rate of Pregnancies among HIV-infected Women in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of CongoR01HD075171Yotebieng et al., 2011
2009Michael Emch, Ph.D.UNC GeographyPopulation-Level Drivers of HIV Drug ResistanceLaCourse et al, 2012; LaCourse et al., 2015; Haac et al., 2013; Kendig et al., 2013
2009Cynthia Gay, M.D.UNC IDStrategies to Target Testing for Acute HIV (START Study for Acute HIV)U01PS001559Cohen et al., 2010; Gay et al., 2011
2009Clare Barrington, Ph.D.UNC SPH HBHEMigration and HIV among Mexicans in NCDennis et al., 2013, Mann et al., 2014
2009Gift Kamenga, M.S., D.L.S.H.T.M.UNC Project, Lilongwe, MalawiRecruitment of High Risk Persons through Social Contacts of Recently Diagnosed HIV-Infected PersonsRosenberg et al., 2014
2009Michelle Kaufman, Ph.D.RTIThe Healthy ‰ÛÏLittle‰Û Lives Project: A Training Program for Big Sister Mentors
2009Dumbani Kayira, M.B.B.S.UNC Project, Lilongwe, MalawiThe Inpatient TB Ward at Kamuzu Central Hospital, Lilongwe, Malawi: A feasability study to improve laboratory capacity and characterize the populationKourtis et al., 2012; Vorkas et al., 2012
2009Gabriela Paz-Bailey, M.D., Ph.D.University of Valle of GuatemalaPreparation for time location sampling among MSM in Guatemala CityPaz-Bailey et al., 2013
2009Wizdom Powell Hammond, Ph.D.UNC SPH HBHEMasculinity and Sexual Risk Behavior Among Black MenCene et al., 2011
2009Souvik Sen, M.D., M.S., M.P.H., F.A.H.A.UNC Hospital Stroke CenterEffect of HIV infection on cerebral autoregulationR01NS062754
2009Olga Toussova, Ph.D.The Biomedical Center, St. Petersburg, RussiaNeeds Assessment of HIV Risk Reduction Interventions for Discordant CouplesBobashev et al., 2014
2008Jeffrey Anderson, M.D.UNC SOM IDUltra-deep pyrosequencing to quantify drug-resistant HIV-1 minority variants
2008Lillian Brown, M.D., Ph.D. (co-PI with Irving Hoffman)UNCåÊSOMHIV Partner Notification in Lilongwe, Malawi: Pilot Data CollectionBrown et al., 2010, Brown et al., 2011; Brown, et al., 2012; Rutstein et al., 2014
2008Bruce Cairns, MD (co-PI with Jonathan Samuel)UNC Jaycee Burn Center; UNC IDThe Interaction Between HIV Infection and Traumatic Burn Injury: The Role of Host Immune Response, Burn Size and the Investigation of Improvements in Delivery of CareSamuel et al., 2010; Samuel et al., 2011; Qureshi, et al., 2011; Kendig et al., 2013; Kendig et al., 2014
2008Jonathon Fischer, M.D.Carrboro Community Health CenterPilot Study of a Health Care Provider-Directed Intervention to Enhance HIV Testing in a Primary Care Setting
2008Naomi Hall, Ph.D.Winston-Salem State University PsychologySexual Schemas and Sexual Behavior among Young Heterosexual African American Men5SC2HD068877
2008Irving Hoffman, P.A. (co-PI with Lillian BrownUNC SOM IDHIV Partner Notification in Lilongwe, Malawi: Pilot Data CollectionBrown et al., 2010
2008Deborah Jones, Ph.D.UNC PsychologyThe Role of Implicit Measurement in Studies of HIV/AIDS Risk among African American YouthKincaid et al., 2011; Kincaid et al., 2012
2008Abigail Norris Turner, Ph.D.UNC SPH EpidemiologyThe interrelationship of vaginal practices, bacterial vaginosis, Candida and HIV genital viral load among Zimbabwean women with primary HIV infectionR21AI095987Turner et al., 2009; Turner et al., 2010
2008Juliana PÌ©rez Laspiur, M.D.University of Puerto RicoNeuroprotective candidates for HIV-associated Neurocognitive Disorders
2008Jonathan Samuel, M.D. (co-PI with Bruce Cairns)UNC SOM, SurgeryThe Interaction Between HIV Infection and Traumatic Burn Injury: The Role of Host Immune Response, Burn Size and the Investigation of Improvements in Delivery of CareDoris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship
2008Gretchen Stuart, M.D.UNC SOM OB/GYNA pilot study of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic activity of the oral contraceptive LoFemenalå¨ in HIV-infected women in Lilongwe, Malawi
2008James Thomas, Ph.D.UNC SPH EpidemiologyAgency networks for the treatment of HIV in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
2007Julius Atashili, M.D.CSCCD (Yaounde, Cameroon)Prevalence, severity, and predictors of cervical epithelial lesions among women initiating HAART in Cameroon
2007Mary Catherine Bowman, M.D., Ph.D. (co-PI with David Margolis)UNC SOM IDGold Nanoparticle Therapeutics for the Treatment of HIVBowman et al., 2008
2007Jane D. Brown, Ph.D.UNC School of Journalism & Mass CommunicationSex and sexual health in Chinese TV
2007Charles ChaselaUNC Project(Lilongwe, Malawi)Prevalence of Hepatitis B in Pregnant HIV positive women in MalawiChasela et al., 2010; Chasela et al., 2012; Chasela et al., 2014
2007Edward Collins, Ph.D.UNC Microbiology and ImmunologyDevelopment of High Affinity, HCV-Specific TCR
2007Elizabeth Costenbader, Ph.D.RTIPathways to and Correlates of Bisexuality among High-Risk Men in NCR01DA031171Zule et al., 2009
2007Patrick Harrington, Ph.D.Carolina Vaccine InstituteDevelopment of a human coronavirus vaccine vector for SIV
2007Kenneth Jacobson, Ph.D.UNC Cell and Developmental BiologyOrganization and Function of Membrane Microdomains in HIV BiologyNeumann, Thompson, and Jacobson, 2008
2007Kyla Kurian, Ph.D.North Carolina Central UniversityAdapting a Women-Focused Evidence Based HIV Pervention Intervention for At-Risk African American College Women at HBCUs
2007David Margolis, M.D.UNC Microbiology and ImmunologyGold Nanoparticle Therapeutics for the Treatment of HIVR01MH085597Bowman et al., 2008
2007Ruth Muze, Ph.D. (co-PI with Irene Phillips)Winston-Salem State UniversityAdolescent HIV/STD prevention education
2007Shila Nordone, Ph.D.NCSU College of Veterinary MedicineImpact of TLR function on Regulatory T cell-mediated suppression during HIV infectionR56AI089313Wendelsdorf et al., 2011
2007Irene Phillips, Ph.D. (co-PI with Ruth Muze)Winston-Salem State UniversityAdolescent HIV/STD prevention education
2006Michele T. Berger, Ph.D.UNC Curriculum on WomenThe Mothers/Daughters HIV/AIDS Prevention Series: The Power of Intergenerational Communication and expression
2006Shailesh K. Choudhary, Ph.D.UNC SOMModeling HIV latency and anti-latency therapy in the DKO mouseR21AI081613Choudhary et al., 2009; Choudhary, Archin, and Margolis, 2008
2006Blossom Damania, Ph.D.Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterA High-Throughput Assay to Screen for Novel Antiviral Durgs against KSHVR01DE018281Nun et al., 2007
2006Cynthia Firnhaber, M.D.Clinical HIV Research Unit, Univ. of WitwatersrandPrevalence of Cervical Dysplasia and HPV in HIV seropositive South African WomenPepfar funds (PHE) ZA.09.0265Firnhaber et al., 2010; Firnhaber et al., 2009; Firnhaber et al., 2013
2006Lisa Hightow, M.D.UNC SOM IDBarriers to risk behavior disclosure during HIV test counselingR01MH093275Torrone et al., 2010; Torrone et al., 2007
2006Audrey Pettifor, Ph.D.UNC SPH EpidemiologyYoung women and HIV in South Africa: a formative study to understand the increased riskR21HD058288; R01MH087118
2006Jon Poehlman, Ph.D.RTICultural Conceptions of Masculinity among African-American Men and HIV RiskPoehlman, 2008
2006Todd Brown, M.D.Johns Hopkins UniversityThe Effect of Fish Oil Administration on Markers of Bone Turnover and Inflammation in HIV+ Patients with HypertrigyceridemiaR01AI093520
2006Giselle Corbie-Smith, M.D., M.Sc.UNC Sheps CenterProject GRACE Needs AssessmentCorbie-Smith et al., 2010
2006Amy Corneli, Ph.D.FHIUsing participatory approaches to involve the community in Lilongwe, Malawi in the development of a scientific proposalR01MH095531Corbie-Smith et al., 2010
2006Michael Hudgens, Ph.D.UNC SPH BiostatisticsOptimal Group Testing Procedures for Detection of Acute HIVR01AI085073Kim and Hudgens, 2009; Kim et al., 2007; Westreich et al.,åÊ2007
2006Tal Kafri, Ph.D.UNC Gene Therapy CenterThe Effects of Host DNA Repair Pathways on HIV-1 Episomes Formation and IntegrationR21RHL086406Kantor et al., 2009; Bayer et al., 2008
2006Rhonda Karg, Ph.D.RTIAdapting a Women-Focused HIV Prevention Intervention for At-Risk Hispanic American Women
2006Anna Scheyett, M.S.W.UNC School of Social WorkPerceptions of Release among Incarcerated HIV-Infected Persons: Variations and Implications for Post-Release OutcomesScheyett et al., 2010
2006Arlene Sena, M.D.UNC SOM IDAssessing situational factors associated with HIV risk and rapid HIV test acceptability in Latino immigrantsSena et al., 2010
2006Jennifer Smith, Ph.D.UNC SPH EpidemiologyThe Natural History and Concordance of Human Papillomavirus in HIV-Discordant Couples
2006Lishan Su, Ph.D.UNC LCCCA Novel Small Animal Model to Study Human Immune System Development, Human Pathogens, and VaccinesR21AA018009Zhang et al., 2007
2006Annelies Van Rie, M.D., Ph.D.UNC SOM EpidemiologyThe Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome in Patients with HIV Infection Who Receive ARTR01HD058972Murdoch et al., 2009; Murdoch et al., 2007
2006William Zule, Dr.P.H.RTIAssessment of HIV Risk Factors among IDUs and MSM in the Republic of GeorgiaR03DA026725Costenbader et al., 2009; MeyeråÊet al., 2010
2004Linda Adair, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of Nutrition, CPCAdherence to Infant Feeding Recommendations Within the Context of HIV Infection in MalawiR03HD057637
2004Amanda Corbett, Pharm.D.UNC School of PharmacyPharmacokinetic comparison of two generic and trade formulations of lamivudine, stavudine, and nevirapine in HIV-infected Malawian children: Triomune䋢 tablets versus generic liquids versus trade liquidsCorbett et al., 2010
2004Ana Felix, M.D.UNC School of Medicine, Department of NeurologyStroke Risk and Serum Potassium Levels in HIV-infected Individuals
2004Marcia Hobbs, Ph.D.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Microbiology and ImmunologyUtility of Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) in Vaginal Fluid as a Measure of Condom use in Sex Workers in BangladeshCRTU Program grantHobbs et al., 2009; Hobbs et al., 2010
2004Amanda Honeycutt, Ph.D.Research Triangle InstituteDevelopment of a Simple Model for Estimating Secondary Infections in HIV-Infected Populations
2004Mina Hosseinipour, M.D.UNC School of Medicine, Division of Infectious DiseasesDecreasing mortality among antiretroviral patients in Malawi: A pilot study evaluating the use of home visits in monitoring advanced AIDS patients initiating Antiretroviral therapyvan der Horst et al., 2009
2004Joseph Ibrahim, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of BiostatisticsStatistical Methods for Characterizing Cardiotoxicity in AIDSChi and Ibrahim, 2006
2004Michelle Jonsson Funk, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of EpidemiologyImproving control of confounding in observational studies of HIV treatment effects and adverse events using artificial neural networksR01AI066920
2004Alun Lloyd, Ph.D.NC State UniversityDevelopment of Mathematical Modeling Approaches for Investigating the Impact of Partnership Concurrency on HIV Transmission DynamicsLloyd and Valeika, 2007; Lloyd, Valeika, & Cintron-Arias, 2006
2004Stuart Rennie, Ph.D.UNC at GreensboroCan we roll out justice? Ethical complexities in the provision of AIDS treatment in low-income countriesRennie, 2006a; Rennie, 2006b; Rennie and Behets, 2006
2004Jenny Ting, Ph.D.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Microbiology and ImmunologyM tuberculosis Activation of Latent HIV-1 Through Toll-Like ReceptorsR01AI063031Williams et al., 2005
2004Kevin Weeks, Ph.D.UNC Department of ChemistryStructure of the 5‰Û_ Regulatory Region of the HIV RNA GenomeR01AI068462Watts et al., 2009; Wilkinson et al., 2008
2003Trude Bennett, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of Maternal & Child HealthMigration, Culture, and HIV Exposure: Follow-up Screening of Childbearing Women in Ngorongoro District, Tanzania
2003Miriam Braunstein, Ph.D.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Microbiology and ImmunologyIdentification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Proteins Exported in MacrophagesR03 AI070928; R01 AI54540; R01 HL67221; R21 AI076685; Burroughs Wellcome AwardMcDonough et al., 2008; McCann et al., 2007; McDonough et al., 2005
2003Kim Brouwer, Pharm.D.UNC School of PharmacyUtility of Sandwich-Cultured Human Hepatocytes to Predict Antiretroviral-Induced HepatotoxicityR21CA106101McRae et al., 2006; McRae, Brouwer, and Kashuba, 2004
2003Carol Bunch, MD (Co-PI with Monica Porter)UNC School of Public HealthA Partnership Assessing Risky Behaviors Associated with HIV/AIDS for Women of Color
2003Sri Edupuganti, MD (Co-PI with Shannon Galvin)Emory IDComparison of immune responses to hepatitis B vaccine among HIV infected and uninfected individuals
2003Shannon Galvin, MD (Co-PI with Sri Edupuganti)UNC School of Medicine, Department of Infectious DiseasesComparison of immune responses to hepatitis B vaccine among HIV infected and uninfected individuals
2003Bradley Gaynes, MDUNC School of Medicine, Department of PsychiatryValidation of a mental health and substance abuse screening instrument in an outpatient HIV+ populationR34 MH084673Pence, Miller, and Gaynes, 2009; Pence, 2009; Gaynes et al., 2008; Pence et al., 2006; Pence et al., 2005
2003Pia McDonald, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthMissed Opportunities for the Diagnosis of Acute HIV InfectionHRSA-SPNS grant H97HA03789-01-00Hightow-Weidman, 2009; Hightow et al., 2005; Pilcher et al., 2005; Pilcher et al., 2004a; Pilcher et al., 2004b
2003Monica Porter, Ph.D. (Co-PI with Carol Bunch)St. Augustine‰Ûªs College and Shaw UniversityA Partnership Assessing Risky Behaviors Associated with HIV/AIDS for Women of Color
2003Scott Rhodes, Ph.D.Wake Forest UniversityDeveloping and Pilot-Testing CyBER/M4M: A Chat-Room-Based Lay Health Advisor Intervention for Men Who Have Sex With MenR21MH082689, R01MH092932Rhodes et al., 2010; Rhodes et al., 2008; Rhodes et al., 2007a; Rhodes et al., 2007b; Rhodes, 2004
2003Kara Riehman, Ph.D.Research Triangle InstituteSexual Relationships and HIV Risk Among Young Adult Drug Users: A Pilot Study
2003J. Keith SmithUNC School of Medicine, Department of RadiologyDiffusion Tensor Imaging for Evaluation of White Matter Changes in HIV Related Cognitive ImpairmentTucker et al., 2004
2003Mark Sobsey, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthEnteric Viral Etiologies of Diarrhea in HIV-Infected Individuals with Improved Household Water in Uganda
2003Heidi Swygard, M.D., M.P.H.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Infectious DiseasesImpact of Intimate Partner Violence on the Health of HIV+ Women
2002Margaret Bentley, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of NutritionBreastfeeding Within the Context of HIV: Understanding Women‰Ûªs Perspectives of the Risk of HIV Transmission to Their Infants and Their Infant Feeding OptionsR03HD057775Corneli et al., 2007; Bentley et al., 2005
2002Christopher Borchers, Ph.D.UNC Department of Biochemistry and BiophysicsMass Spectrometric Approaches Combined with Photoaffinity Labeling for Structural Characterization of Drug Binding Sites in HIV-IntegraseS10RR019889Al-Mawsawi et al., 2006; Robinette et al., 2006
2002Sharon Campbell, Ph.D.UNC Department of Biochemistry and BiophysicsA Structural Study of the Subtype C HIV-1 V3-Loop
2002Pai-Lien Chen, Ph.D.Family Health InternationalAn Investigation of Statistical Models for Analyzing HIV/AIDS Categorical Outcomes with Incomplete ObservationsChen and Sen, 2004; Chen and Tien, 2004
2002Blossom Damania, M.D.UNC Departments of Microbiology and ImmunologyConstruction of a self-recombining RRV bacterial artificial chromosome (RRV-BAC)R01HL083469; R03AI058093Tomlinson and Damania, 2004; Damania, 2004
2002Mina Hosseinipour, M.D.UNC School of Medicine, Department of Infectious DiseasesSafety and Efficacy of the Malawi Antiretroviral ProgramK01TW06677; Doris Duke Charitable Foundation grantHosseinipour et al., 2002
2002Bruce Israel M.D.UNC School of MedicineA Model for Using AntiCD70 Antibody in vivo to Treat Epstein-Barr Virus-Related AIDS-Associated MalignanciesInvestigator has left UNCIsrael et al., 2005
2002Keith E. Muller, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of BiostatisticsAccounting for Uncertainty in Power CalculationsCoffey & Muller, 2003; Jiroutek et al., 2003
2002John Preisser, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of BiostatisticsClinical prediction models for fatigue and depression among HIV-positive men
2002Janet Southerland, D.D.S., Ph.D. (Co-PI with Jennifer Webster-Cyriaque)UNC School of DentistryIntraoral delivery of Acyclovir for treatment of AIDS associated viral lesionsFarina et al., 2004
2002Annelies Van Rie, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of EpidemiologyThe cellular immune response to BCG in infants born to HIV infected mothersR01HD053216; R21MH071214Van Rie et al., 2006
2002Jennifer Webster-Cyriaque, D.D.S., Ph.D. (Co-PI with Janet Southerland)UNC School ofåÊDentistryIntraoral delivery of Acyclovir for treatment of AIDS associated viral lesionsFarina et al., 2004
2002Donglin Zeng, Ph.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of BiostatisticsModeling Longitudinal Assay Values such as CMV DNA Using CD4 Cell Count and HIV Viral Load as Predictors: A New Exact Approach which Avoids the Use of Conventional Biased Methods
2001Oscar Barbarin, Ph.D.UNC School of Social WorkSocial Risks and HIV in South Africa
2001Mary Jo Burkhard, D.V.M., Ph.D.NC State University State Veterinary SchoolUse of Mucosal Adjuvant LT (R192G) to enhance protection against cell-associated FIV Vaginal ChallengeR21AI065260Leavell et al., 2005
2001Mark Daniel, M.Sc.UNC School of Public Health, Departments of Health Behavior and Health EducationPerceived Structural Racism as Predictors of HIV Test-Taking Behavior Among African Americans Attending an STD Clinic Pilot StudyF31AI058914Ford, Daniel, & Miller, 2006
2001Greg Dean, D.V.M., Ph.D.NC State University State Veterinary SchoolMapping of feline immunodeficiency virus specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes epitopes by IFN-g ElispotR21AI055442; R03AI058855; R21AI065223Dean, LaVoy, & Burkhard, 2004
2001Jeff Frelinger Ph.D.UNC Department of MicrobiologyMapping of feline immunodeficiency virus specific cytotoxic T-lymphocytes epitopes by IFN-g ElispotR01AI052435Garba et al., 2002
2001Amy Herring, Sc.D.UNC School of Public Health, Department of BiostatisticsCensored Covariates in AIDS ResearchT32ES007018; R03HD045780; EPA R-83184301Johnson et al., 2007; Dunson and Herring, 2005a; Dunson and Herring, 2005b
2001David Jolly Ph.D.North Carolina Central UniversityEvaluation of an HIV/STD Peer Education Program at an Historically Black University
2001Jane Leserman-Madison, Ph.D.UNC Department of PsychiatryThe impact of psychosocial factors on changes in viral load during 5 yearsBaldewicz et al., 2004; Leserman, 2003
2001Ross Simpson, M.D.UNC Department of MedicineA randomized trial of fish oil supplementation plus diet and exercises versus diet and exercise alone for the treatment of hyperlipidemia associated with highly active antiretroviral therapy for HIVMerck investigator-initiated grantWohl et al., 2005
2001Mary Tompkins, D.V.M.NC State University Veterinary SchoolLymphocyte Apoptosis in HIV-infected patients is mediated by T cells expressing B7.1 and B7.2 molecules: A model for T cell depletion and immunodeficiencyR01AI080288
2000Sherry Edwards, Ph.D.UNC PembrokeProfile of Sexual and Other Risk Behaviors in Southeastern North Carolina Middle Schools
2000Paul Feldblum, Ph.D.Family Health InternationalIntimate Partner Violence as an Adverse Event for Participation in STI Research in Kenya
2000Denise Hallfors, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthRisky Sexual Behavior and Substance Use: Building theory to Prevent Adolescent HIV/AIDSR34MH079749; R01HD055838; R01DA14496 Hallfors, Halpern, & Iritani, 2002
2000Holly Jordan, D.V.M., Ph.D.NC State University Veterinary SchoolFIV Model of HIV Venereal Transmission and Antiretroviral InterventionJordan et al., 2002
2000William Miller, M.D., M.P.H.UNC Schools of Medicine and Public HealthA Pilot Intervention Study to Reduce HIV transmission in India Using High Transmission Area Methods
2000Phillip Smith, Ph.D.UNC School of PharmacyDrug-Drug Interactions of Mycophenolic Acid with Anti-HIV AgentsR01GM61188; R21AT0011376
2000Nilsa Toledo, D.D.S.University of Puerto RicoComparison of SLPI Levels in Saliva and Cervicovaginal Fluids in HIV pos and neg Hispanic Women pre and post partum
2000William Zule, Ph.D.Research Triangle InstitutePilot test of a Personalized HIV, HCV and HBV Intervention for Drug UsersR01DA13763; U01DA017373Costenbader, Zule, & Coomes, 2007; Zule et al., 2009; Zule, Desmond, & Neff, 2002
2000John Boggess, M.D.UNC Department of Obstetrics and GynecologyCervical Cancer Prevention in HIV positive patientsPatterson et al., 2002
2000Christopher Elkins, Ph.D.UNC Department of MicrobiologyDevelopment of a rapid immunodiagnostic field test for H. ducreyi.R01AI053593
2000Eugenia Eng, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthA Pilot Study to Explore the Influence of Social Contest on African American Women‰Ûªs Sexual BehaviorsBontempi, Quinn, and Eng, 2008
2000Irving Hoffman, P.A.UNC School of MedicineImpact of trichomonas infection on HIV excretion in Malawi.Price et al., 2006; Price et al., 2005; Price et al., 2004; Kaydos-Daniels et al., 2004; Kaydos-Daniels et al., 2003; Price et al., 2003
2000Anastasia Ivanova, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthInitiation of Research Designs for Combined Phase I/II HIV TrialsR01CA120082Wang and Ivanova, 2005; Ivanova and Wang, 2004; Ivanova, 2003; Ivanova et al., 2003
2000John Rublein, Pharm.D.UNC School of MedicineEffect of Omeprazole on the Pharmacokinetics of IndinavirTappouni et al., 2008
2000F. Seillier-Moiseiwitsch, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthModeling the Molecular Evolution of HIVR01AI147068
2000Becky Stephenson White, M.D.UNC School of Public MedicineBarriers to Adherence in HIV Positive Women in the North Carolina Department of CorrectionR01MH065145Stephenson, 2006; Stephenson et al., 2005; Roberson, White, and Fogel, 2009
1999Carol Golin, M.D.UNC Department of MedicineA pilot study to identify barriers to adherence to antiretroviral therapy at two clinics in North CarolinaK23MH01862; R01MH069989Adamian et al., 2004; Thrasher et al., 2006; Golin et al., 2002
1999Holly Jordan, D.V.M., Ph.D.NC State University, Department of Veterinary MedicineSeminal transmission of feline immunodeficiency virus: A model of HIV-1Jordan et al., 2001
1999Angela Kashuba, Pharm.D.UNC School of PharmacyAZT diphosphate in liposomes.K23 AI054980Kashuba et al., 2005; Min et al., 2004
1999David Lee, Ph.D.Research Triangle InstituteNovel Topical Microbicides for Prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Including HIV.
1999F. Seillier-Moiseiwitsch, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthHow many quasispecies are transmitted.Graham, McNeney, Seillier-Moiseiwitsch, 2005; Pinheiro and Seillier-Moiseiwitsch, 2000; Karnoub, Seillier-Moeseiwitsch, & Sen, 1999
1999Diane Shugars, Ph.D.UNC School of DentistryPhenotypic and genotypic characterization of HIV-1 in saliva and plasma.R03DE13603; R21DE015055Chattopadhyay et al., 2004; Shugars et al., 2001; Freel et al., 2001; Shugars et al., 2000; Williams et al., 2000
1999Ya chen Tina Shih, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthMethodological Issues in Estimating HIV Disease Progression: Is Markov Model the Best Method?Shih and Xu, 2000
1999Jennifer Webster-Cyriaque, D.M.D., Ph.D.UNC School of DentistryThe contribution of herpes viruses to the development of HIV associated salivary gland disease.K23DE00460Duus et al., 2004; Webster-Cyriaque, Middeldorp, & Raab-Traub, 2000; Webster-Cyriaque et al., 2000
1999Wendee M. Wechsberg, Ph.D.Research Triangle InstitutePretreatment for African American Crack Abusers ‰ÛÒ pilot study for proposal to National Institute on Drug Abuse.R01DA11517
1999Sharon Weir, Ph.D.Carolina Population CenterA pilot study to identify sexual networks in South Africa.HRN-A-00-97-00018; GPO-A-00-03-00003Weir et al., 2003; Weir et al., 2002
1999Eric Baggstrom, M.D.UNC Department of Preventative MedicineThe sexual behavior of patients with HIV/AIDSStephenson et al., 2006
1999Cynthia L. Bristow, Ph.D.UNC Hospitalsa1 proteinase inhibitor deficiency in the pathophysiology of HIV diseaseBristow, Mercatante and Kole, 2003; Bristow, 2001; Bristow, Patel, & Arnold, 2001; Bristow, 2000
1999Megan Lewis, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthPrimary Prevention of HIV Transmission in Gay MenFergus et al., 2009; Lewis et al., 2006; Fergus et al., 2005; Darbes & Lewis, 2005
1999Rick Meeker, Ph.D.UNC Department of NeurologyCharacterization of neurotoxins in the CSF of HIV-infected individuals.R01MH63646Meeker et al., 2005; Meeker et al., 2004; Meeker et al., 1999
1999Loyda M. Melendez-Guerrero, Ph.D., and Miguel ArroyoUniversity of Puerto RicoHIV-1 Vertical Transmitted Isolates Study on Puerto Rico.CDC U54NS43011; GM008224-200042Arroyo et al., 2002; Melendez-Guerrero et al., 2001
1999Christopher Pilcher, M.D.UNC School of MedicineA pilot study of cytroeductive chemotherapy combined with recombinant human GM-CSF and highly potent antiretroviral therapy followed by cessation.K23AI01781; R01MH068686Donovan et al., 2004; Pilcher et al., 2001; Pilcher et al., 1999
1999Gary Pollack, Ph.D.UNC School of PharmacyP-glycoprotein induction in leukocytes.GM61191
1999Jose Rodriguez, Ph.D.University of Puerto RicoIntracellular Pharmacokinetics of d4T-TP in HIV infected patients.R01AI49141Rodriguez et al., 2000
1999Scott Smith, Ph.D., and Carol Golin, M.D.UNC Schools of Pharmacy and MedicineAntiretroviral adherence counseling in the NC AIDS Drug Assistance Program: An anonymous survey of providers&: knowledge, attitudes, practices, and barriers to providing servicesSociety of General Internal Medicine grant; NC State contract; CDC 200-2003-02721Reif, Golin, & Smith, 2005; Smith, Golin, & Reif, 2004; Golin, Smith, & Reif, 2004; Reif, Smith, & Golin, 2003; Smith et al., 2003
1999Becky Stephenson White, M.D., and David Wohl, M.D.UNC School of MedicineA pilot study of antiretroviral adherence among incarcerated HIV infected personsR01MH068719; R01DA13826White et al., 2006; Stephenson et al., 2005; Rosen et al., 2004; Wohl et al., 2003
1999James Thomas, M.P.H., Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthDoes a high rate of incarceration in a community lead to high rates of HIV/STD?Open Society Institute grant; R03 MH073033Thomas and Torrone, 2006; Thomas and Sampson, 2005
1999Iosif Vaisman, Ph.D.UNC School of Public HealthComputational geometry study of inhibitor complexes with HIV and SIV protease.R01 CA84480