CAPS Professor Kyung-Hee Choi and researcher Jay Paul, with Annie Ro from UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and George Ayala from the MSMGF, found three major themes: exclusion from LGBT venues, sexual rejection based on race/ethnicity and sexual stereotypes, which also impacted mixed-race partner selection.
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Prior to CAPS, Dr. Auerbach worked as Vice President of Science & Public Policy at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Vice President of Public Policy and Program Development at amfAR, and Director of the Behavioral and Social Science Program in the Office of AIDS Research at the NIH. Published and presented widely in AIDS, health research and science policy, sex and gender, and family policy, Auerbach was awarded the Career Award from the Sociologists AIDS Network in 2008.
CAPS Assistant Professor Parya Saberi co-authors a new paper with researchers from Kaiser Permanente, which reviews case reports pointing to negative health outcomes of corticosteroid inhalers and nasal spray in individuals taking protease inhibitors due to drug-drug interactions.
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CAPS Professor Kyung-Hee Choi, and staff members Jay Paul, Ross Boylan, and Steven E. Gregorich, co-author with The Global Forum on MSM & HIV Executive Director George Ayala, a new paper which describes the relationship of MSM of colors' experiences with discrimination and negative mental health outcomes including anxiety and depression.
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Hot off the presses our new fact sheet "What is the role of the Black church for Black gay men and HIV prevention?" addresses strengths and issues for Black Gay Men and the Church.
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