Far beyond the days of pen-and-paper surveys and audiotaped
interviews, HIV behavioral research today is increasingly embracing
information technology to collect data and to deliver interventions.
At the HIV Center, investigators are employing ever more sophisti-
cated web-based, multimedia, and mobile technologies to advance
prevention science and pioneer new modes of intervention. "Tell
Juliana," an HIV Center study of microbicides led by Dr. Alex Carballo-
Diéguez, typifies the promise of these emerging technologies. More>
A Long-Awaited Breakthrough in Microbicide Development
By: Anke A. Ehrhardt, Ph.D.
“STAY Connected!” Text messaging to enhance linkages between Youth Living wth HIV/AIDS and Clinical Care Providers
by Alwyn Cohall, MD, John Nelson, PhD, PNP, and Christel Hyden, MS, CHES of the Harlem Health Promotion Center
HIV Center Spotlight
Alex Carballo-Diéguez, Ph.D., and the Use of Information Technology in Research
South Africa is faced with a great need for adherence counseling, yet lacks enough medical professionals to reach every patient. To help close this gap, HIV Center investigator Robert Remien, Ph.D., has launched a computer-based intervention using multimedia technology. More>
Investigators from the HIV Center contributed more than 20 presentations at the XVIII International AIDS Conference held in Vienna, Austria from July 18-23, 2010. More>