Collaborative Research Initiative for Communicable Diseases

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  • Collaborators

    Institutional collaborators


    Individual collaborators


    Deborah J. Konkle-Parker

    My research interests include behavioral and health systems influences on health management, most specifically on chronic disease management in HIV disease related to adherence to treatment and prevention. These research interests would include risk behaviors for HIV and other STDs as well as motivational interviewing as an intervention to improve adherence and prevention behaviors.


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    Arti S. Barnes

    My research interests include HIV-based research as well as Quality Metrics and International Research. Current research projects include studying co-infections such as sickle cell and HPV in HIV-infected populations


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     John D. Cleary

    My current projects include studies of antifungal agents in neutropenic and non neutropenic populations.


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    Rathel L. Nolan

    My research interests include epidemiology and infection control.



    Brian W. Temple

    My research interests include TB and HIV testing services especially in minority and economically disadvantaged populations.



    Leandro A. Mena

    My interests include Sexually transmitted infections and sexual networks, especially in minority populations.



     Tim Cummings, DVM MS

    I conduct applied field research projects and have more recently been involved with poultry welfare and antibiotic usage/ resistance issues.