CPSHE has a growing portfolio of research projects that focus on issues such as HIV/AIDS prevention, mental health, heart heath, and behavior health. Learn more about our current projects, organized by research program, below.
Using a School-Wide System Talking Circle Intervention to Transform the Mental Health of Native American Youth.
Funded by Hillman Foundation. University of Texas, Austin. (UTAUS-SUB00000218); subcontract PI (PI: John Lowe) --
Xavier Hall, Wong & Millender
Identifying Opportunities for Improving Equity in Vaccine Trial Engagement among Sexual and Gender Minority LatinX Communities Through an Explanatory Mixedmethods (U01FD007784-01; Innovation Award: Minority Health and Health Equity); Federal Drug Administration; MPI: (Contact PI: Casey Xavier Hall) -- $469,731
Understanding Safety Nets and Maternal and Child Health from Birth through Age 15. Funded by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) R42 1R42MC45809‐01‐00; Co-I (PI: M. Radey) -- $100,000
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Solutions for Health Equity Community Talking Circle for Young Adults (TC4YA). Funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Consultant (PI: John Lowe) -- $300,000
5 Phase 2 for the Medical Information Service via Mobile Telephone (m-MIST™) Provider Support to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes (R33HD103061); National Institute of Child Health and Human Development/Fogarty International Center; MPI -- $517,000
NU-THRIVE: Translational Science in HIV and Mental Health in Sexual and Gender Minorities (T32MH130325); National Institutes of Health; External Scientific Advisory Board (PI: Michael E. Newcomb) -- $247,482 (FY 2022)
CAMELLIA Cohort: A longitudinal study to understand sexual health and prevention among women in Alabama; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; Co-I -- $3,090,672