- Assistant Professor of Nursing
I am building a program of community-engaged, clinical research to optimize the effectiveness of HIV treatment as prevention (TasP) among marginalized, underserved populations living with HIV/AIDS. My efforts to pursue this program of research are supported by my clinical research examining the efficacy of psychological interventions for HIV-positive men who have sex with men (MSM) and documenting HIV-related health disparities among stimulant (i.e., cocaine, crack, and methamphetamine) users. Currently, I am conducting a series of studies to develop and pilot test psychological interventions to address the co-occurring, intertwined epidemics of stimulant use and HIV/AIDS among MSM.
Please see this article to learn more about the work of Dr. Carrico.
Substance Abuse, Emotion Regulation, Trauma, HIV-Related Health Disparities, and Behavioral Interventions to Optimize HIV/AIDS Prevention.
- Study Targeting Affect Regulation (STAR)
- Affect Regulation Treatment to Enhance Methamphetamine Intervention Success (ARTEMIS)
- Stonewall Treatment Evaluation Project (STEP)
- Archival Analysis of the Urban Men’s Health Study 2002 (UMHS-2002)
- Cambodia Integrated Prevention Implementation (CIPI)
- Seek, Test, Treat, and Retain Strategies for Leveraging Mobile Health
- 2008, Fellow (Reproductive Infectious Disease), UCSF
- 2006, Fellow (Health Psychology), UCSF
- 2006, PhD (Clinical-Health Psychology), University of Miami
- 2006, Intern (Behavioral Medicine), VA Palo Alto Healthcare System
- 2003, MS (Clinical-Health Psychology), University of Miami
- 2000, BS (Psychology), Loyola University Chicago
Articles by Adam Carrico
Last modified: March 8, 2013