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Funded Grants

Number Submitted Date Funding Source
U24-AA020794 (Justice) 09/01/16-08/31/21 NIAAA
Consortium to improve OutcoMes in hiv/Aids, Alcohol, Aging, & multi-Substance use (COMpAAAS)
Abstract Specific Aims Publications
U01-AA027090 (Justice) 09/01/16-08/31/21 NIAAA
Optimizing Treatment in HIV and HCV: ART, Alcohol and Polypharmacy
Abstract Specific Aims Publications
U01-AA020795 (Fiellin) 09/01/16-08/31/21 NIAAA
Financial Incentives, Randomization with Stepped Treatment (FIRST Trial) for Unhealthy Alcohol Use in HIV
Abstract Specific Aims Publications
U01-AA020799 (Braithwaite) 09/01/16-08/31/21 NIAAA
A simulation to inform intervention design for alcohol-using HIV-infected persons
Abstract Specific Aims Publications
U24-AA022001 (Brandt & Tate) 09/01/16-08/31/21 NIAAA
Resource in Informatics and Biostatistics (RIB)
Abstract Specific Aims Publications
R01 AA024706 (Braithwaite) 09/01/16-06/30/21 NIH, NIAAA

Should Screening and Treatment Strategies for Unhealthy Alcohol Use in HIV-infected Person Vary with Smoking, Depression and Substance Abuse?

The Yale site will be responsible for the statistical development and validation of data as well as participating in investigations on alcohol and substance abuse as they relate to HIV, smoking, and depression. They will assist in the development of the specific aims which intend to further determine the affect various screening and treatment strategies have amongst HIV-infected individuals who use alcohol.

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R01-CA206465 (Justice/Lo Re) 07/01/16 – 05/31/21 NIH, NCI

(PQ4) HIV and Aging Mechanisms for Hepatocellular Cancer

Determine if cumulative exposure to hepatotoxic antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) or polypharmacy differentially increase risk of HCC or alter HCC histology. Among HIV+ patients on ART, determine if cumulative exposure to immune activation and dysfunction and HIV-1 RNA increase risk of HCC after adjustment for known risk factors (HCV, HBV, alcohol, obesity, and diabetes) or alter HCC histology. Among HIV+ compared with uninfected, determine if obesity or diabetes have a differential association with risk of HCC (after controlling for known risk factors for HCC) or alter HCC histology.

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Completed Grants

Number Period Funding Source
R01-DA035616 (Fiellin) 04/01/13-02/28/17 NIH, NIDA

Using the VACS Index to Track Health Outcomes Associated with Changes in Drug use

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U24-AA020794 (Justice) 09/01/11-08/31/16 NIAAA

Consortium to improve OutcoMes in hiv/Aids, Alcohol, Aging, & multimorbidity Substance use

The goal of this consortium U24 grant is to provide new knowlege to improve the health care of HIV infected persons harmed by alcohol and related conditions (multisubstance use, HCV, and depression) through insights from observation, intervention, and simulation modeling. (Runs in conjunction with 1U01AA020790)

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U01-AA020790 (Justice) 09/01/11-08/31/16 NIAAA

Alcohol and Multisubstance Use in the Veterans Aging Cohort Study

The goal of this consortium U01 grant is to provide new knowlege to improve the health care of HIV infected persons harmed by alcohol and related conditions (multisubstance use, HCV, and depression) through insights from observation, intervention, and simulation modeling. (Runs in conjunction with U24AA020794)

Abstract (Project Reporter) Specific Aims Publications
U01-AA020795 (Fiellin) 09/01/11-08/31/16 NIAAA
Consortium to improve OutcoMes in hiv/Aids, Alcohol, Aging, & multimorbidity Substance use Intervention
Abstract (Project Reporter) Specific Aims Publications
U01-AA0207099 (Braithwaite) 09/01/11-08/31/16 NIAAA
Consortium to improve OutcoMes in hiv/Aids, Alcohol, Aging, & multimorbidity Substance use OR Model Sci
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