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Research: Brown

Investigators at Brown/Miriam specialize in broad-based clinical research among Caucasian substance abusers. Their research focuses on HIV infection in substance-abusing women, HIV prevention among active injection drug users, and intervention studies among HIV-positive men and women leaving prison and entering the community. They have developed expertise in the recruitment and retention of drug users, the use of audio computer-assisted self-interviews (ACASI) for assessing sensitive risk behaviors, and the use of directly observed therapies (DOT) for HIV medications.

 

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A Survey of the Nutritional Status of HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Persons Who Use Recreational Drugs: A Three-City Study (TNC Study)

Principle Investigator:

Alice Tang, PhD

 
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Parent Study Profiles

 

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Directly Observed HAART for Active Substance Abusers (The DOT Study)

Principle Investigator:

Timothy P. Flanigan, MD
 

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Outreach and Methadone for Former Inmates (SAMHSA CSAT) (The MOD Study)

Principle Investigator:

Josiah Rich, MD, MPH
 

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Integrating Buprenorphine Opiod Treatment with HIV Primary Care (The ORACLE Study)

Principle Investigator:

Timothy P. Flanigan, MD
 

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Study to Understand the Natural History of HIV and AIDS (The SUN Study)

Principle Investigator:

Charles Carpenter, MD with
Susan Cu-Uvin, MD
Kenneth Mayer, MD
 
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