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January 2019

Ellen C. Caniglia, Sc.D.
The Use of Modeling Methods and Knowledge Gained from Alcohol Behavioral Research to Advance HIV Prevention Interventions

E. Jennifer Edelman, M.D., M.H.S.
Racial Differenes in Alcohol and Other Substance Use Among MSM: Implications for HIV Prevention

Suzi Gage
Causal Inference from Observational Study Designs - And Applications to Studies of Alcohol Consumption and Sexual Risk

Christopher W. Kahler, Ph.D.
Alcohol Behavioral Research and HIV Risk: Understanding Causality in Observational Research

Kari C. Kugler, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Using MOST to Advance Prevention Interventions

Melissa A. Lewis, Ph.D.
The Future of Alcohol Challenge Research and the Development of HIV Prevention and Treatment Interventions

Stephen A. Maisto
Use of a Biopsychosocial Model in a Program of Alcohol Behavioral HIV Prevention Research: Background and Conference Overview

Paul A. Shuper, Ph.D.
Following a Contextual Approach to HIV Prevention and Designing Alcohol Challenge Studies

Sandra A. Springer, M.D.
Implications of Understanding the Impact of Alcohol Use on HIV Outcomes

Sarah E. Woolf-King, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Extension of Alcohol CHallenge Studies to Investigate Mechanisms Underlying the Association Between Alcohol Consumption & ART Adherence

December 2017

Stephen A. Maisto
Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of Biomedical HIV Prevention Interventions

Sarah E. Woolf-King, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Role of Behavioral Alcohol Research in the Design of Biomedical HIV Prevention Interventions – Discussion

The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of HIV Prevention Interventions in Africa in the Era of ART

Wendee M. Wechsberg, Ph.D.
Challenges in Alcohol Behavioral Research: Woman-focused HIV Prevention Interventions in the Era of ART in South Africa

E. Jennifer Edelman, M.D., M.H.S.
Alcohol Behavioral Research and HIV PrEP in Primary Care

Paul A. Shuper, Ph.D.
The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of Secondary Prevention Interventions in the Era of ART: Agenda for the Next 5 Years

Tibor Palfai, Ph.D.
The Role of Alcohol Research in the Design of Secondary Prevention Interventions in the Era of ART: Agenda for the Next 5 Years – Discussion

Angela D. Bryan and Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing
The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research and Neuroscience in the Design of HIV Prevention Interventions Targeting Youth in the Era of ART

The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research and Neuroscience in the Design of HIV Prevention Interventions Targeting Youth in the Era of ART – Discussion

Brian Mustanski, Ph.D. and Michael Newcomb, Ph.D.
The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of HIV Prevention Interventions Targeting Sexual Minorities

Christopher W. Kahler, Ph.D.
The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of HIV Prevention Interventions Targeting Sexual Minorities – Discussion

William H. George, Ph.D.
The Role of Alcohol Behavioral Research in the Design of HIV Primary Prevention in the Era of ART: Research Agenda for the Next 5 Years