Embracing Culture, Enhancing Diversity, and Strengthening Research
Recruiting, Retaining, and Maintaining Racial and Ethnic Minority Investigators: Why We Should Bother, Why We Should Care
Introduction: The Case for Diversity in Research on Mental Health and HIV/AIDS
Mentoring and Research Capacity-Building Experiences: Acculturating to Research From the Perspective of the Trainee
Personal Journeys, Professional Paths: Persistence in Navigating the Crossroads of a Research Career
Training for Research in Mental Health and HIV/AIDS Among Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations: Meeting the Needs of New Investigators
A Call for Training the Trainers: Focus on Mentoring to Enhance Diversity in Mental Health Research
Mentoring Early-Career Scientists for HIV Research Careers
Investments in the Future of Behavioral Science: The University of California, San Francisco, Visiting Professors Program
On the Outside Looking In: Promoting HIV/AIDS Research Initiated by African American Investigators
Leadership Development for Health Researchers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Lessons Learned From a Training Collaboration Between an Ivy League Institution and a Historically Black University
Barriers to Research and Capacity Building at Hispanic-Serving Institutions: The Case of HIV/AIDS Research at the University of Puerto Rico
A Multifaceted Mentoring Model for Minority Researchers to Address HIV Health Disparities
Decolonizing Strategies for Mentoring American Indians and Alaska Natives in HIV and Mental Health Research
Building Partnerships Between Indigenous Communities and Universities: Lessons Learned in HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Prevention Research
Building Infrastructure for HIV/AIDS and Mental Health Research at Institutions Serving Minorities
Key Issues in Mentoring in HIV Prevention and Mental Health for New Investigators From Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups
Black Men Who Have Sex With Men and the Association of Down-Low Identity With HIV Risk Behavior
A Brief, Clinic-Based, Safer Sex Intervention for Heterosexual African American Men Newly Diagnosed With an STD: A Randomized Controlled Trial
A Randomized Controlled Trial for Reducing Risks for Sexually Transmitted Infections Through Enhanced Patient-Based Partner Notification
Epidemiological Characterization of Individuals With Newly Reported HIV Infection: South Carolina, 2004-2005
Demographic Characteristics and Survival With AIDS: Health Disparities in Chicago, 1993-2001
HIV Prevention Technology Transfer: Challenges and Strategies in the Real World
Evaluation of the Impact of News Coverage of an HIV Multiclass Drug-Resistant Cluster in Seattle, Washington
Perceived Everyday Racism, Residential Segregation, and HIV Testing Among Patients at a Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic
Racial Discrimination and Racial Identity Attitudes in Relation to Self-Rated Health and Physical Pain and Impairment Among Two-Spirit American Indians/Alaska Natives
Condom Use and High-Risk Sexual Acts in Adult Films: A Comparison of Heterosexual and Homosexual Films
Determinants of Recent HIV Infection Among Seattle-Area Men Who Have Sex with Men
HIV Risk Associated With Gay Bathhouses and Sex Clubs: Findings From 2 Seattle Surveys of Factors Related to HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Risky Sexual Behavior, Bleeding Caused by Intimate Partner Violence, and Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Patients of a Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic
Effects of a Hepatitis C Virus Educational Intervention or a Motivational Intervention on Alcohol Use, Injection Drug Use, and Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Injection Drug Users
Health Care Access and Sexually Transmitted Infection Screening Frequency Among At-Risk Massachusetts Men Who Have Sex With Men
Association Between HIV-1 RNA Level and CD4 Cell Count Among Untreated HIV-Infected Individuals
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Adults Who Had Been Abused and Neglected as Children:A 30-Year Prospective Study