– By Dr. Brett Millar
R01 study funded by the National Heart, Blood, and Lung Institute (NHLBI), called “Checking In”. The “Checking In” project looks at health and well-being in sexual minority men living with HIV over a 12-month period, utilizing daily diaries and actigraphy watches.
– By Dr. Marie Sizemore
This study is an R34 project funded through the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). This study seeks to adapt and test an app-based positive psychological program, which uses a just-in-time adaptive intervention design. Specifically, this study involves collaboration with a community advisory board to tailor this mHealth intervention for sexual minority men living with HIV, who report substance use.