Joseph Lucien Goulet, PhD

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Research Interests

Aging; Algorithms; HIV; Longitudinal Studies; Psychiatry; Veterans; Substance Abuse Detection; Comorbidity; Medication Adherence; Biostatistics

Research Organizations

Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS

Faculty Research

Medical Informatics, Yale Center for

Pain Research, Informatics, Multimorbidities, and Education (PRIME) Center

Office of Cooperative Research

Research Summary

Dr. Goulet conducts research focusing on the process of care and outcomes related to HIV infection, including the effects of aging, medical treatment and adherence, provider characteristics, and psychiatric comorbid illness. He currently is Director of Biostatistics for: 1) Veterans Aging Cohort Study (VACS; an NIAAA funded multi-site prospective cohort study examining the role of alcohol use and abuse in determining outcomes among veterans aging with HIV infection and comparing this role to age-race-site matched HIV negative veterans, and 2) the VHA funded Pain Research, Informatics, Medical comorbidities and Education study (PRIME), a project to promote access, continuity, and sustainability of safe and effective interventions for pain and pain-related disability for veterans.

Specialized Terms: HIV; Psychiatric comorbidity; Substance abuse disorders; Clustering algorithms; Longitudinal statistical models

Extensive Research Description

I am interested in health services research focusing on Veterans with HIV infection and psychiatric comorbidity. My specific interests include research on: the prognostic significance of psychiatric and substance abuse comorbidity among people with HIV, the ‘clustering’ of comorbid diseases and conditions, and the treatment of chronic pain among patients with current or pre-existing substance use disorders.

Selected Publications

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