The mission of the JHU CFAR’s Adolescent and Young Adult SWG is to promote interdisciplinary research collaborations across the intersecting domains of adolescent and young adult (AYA) health and HIV.
Our goals are to:
HIV Prevention in Urban Youth Partner-Dyads Affected by STIs: The Role of Social Context in Sexual Health and Intimate Partner Relationships
A Community-researcher Partnership to Address HIV Prevention and Treatment in a Mentoring Program for Homeless LGBTQ Youth in Baltimore
PrEP in the Johns Hopkins Hospital Adult Emergency Department
Assessment and Evaluation of AYA HIV EtHE Pillar Opportunities within the Tampa Bay Region: “PREP-ing” for a Tampa Bay-based AYA Rapid Assessment and Response Evaluation (RARE) Strategy
Developing creative visual maps of youth STI testing experiences: Understanding the STI testing experiences of young people in Baltimore to improve our ability to identify PrEP candidates
The Art of Analysis: Syndemic Impacts of Overlapping Social Stressors on HIV Risk Among Young Transgender Women in the LITE Cohort