CHIBPS News Stories

Perry N. Halkitis: Treatment as Prevention -- the facts behind PrEP 

Advancing LGBT Health & Well-Being 2014 Report

Governor Cuomo Announces Task Force to Develop Plan to End AIDS Epidemic

Perry Halkitis releases Infographic on PrEP

HIV prevention pill welcomed as new tool in AIDS battle: Medication comes with high price tag

NYU Steinhardt researchers to study why male millennials risk HIV transmission

Perry Halkitis quoted in New Republic "There's a Wonder Drug That Prevents HIV Infection. Why Haven't You Heard of it?" 

Press for The AIDS Generation in The Bay Area Reporter

Perry Halkitis quoted in the Washington Blade

Perry Halkitis writes CNN editorial "Gay Generation Gap over HIV?" 

Perry Halkitis quoted in New York Times article "Poor Black and Hispanic Men are the Face of HIV" 

Perry Halkitis quoted in New York Times article "Rise in Unprotected Sex by Gay Men spurs HIV Fears"

Perry Halkitis in Chelsea Now: "Learning from Men of The AIDS Generation"

Huffington Post Blog, "HIV and Aging: A Time for Celebration?" by Perry Halkitis

NYU At a Glance blog post: "Perry Halkitis on why Overturning DOMA is Good for Public Health"

The Daily News Op-Ed: "How Gay Marriage Helps Fight AIDS" by Perry Halkitis

Perry Halkitis' upcoming book, The AIDS Generation: Stories of Survival and Resilience, on Facebook 

Highlights of the AIDS Generation forum: "Is this My Beautiful Life" held on May 9, 2013. 

Medius Working Group Presents- "Is this My Beautiful Life" forum

Perry Halkitis in The Huffington Post: In the Days Before "Test and Treat"

Newest Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Event

Thursday May 9th, 7pm Is this my Beautiful Life? Perspectives from survivors of the AIDS generation.

Danielle C. Ompad has been awarded the Excellence in Public Health Faculty Award from the Masters in Public Health program at NYU.

Perry Halkitis in Chelsea Now, "Gay and Gray: Meeting the Health Needs of the Stonewall and AIDS Generation"

HIV and the power of escape

NYU's Perry N. Halkitis charts "The AIDS Generation"

Upcoming Event: Academy Award Nominated Film, "How to survive a plague" will be screened at Columbia University Wednesday March 13 @ 8pm. Followed by a guest lecture with Perry Halkitis and film maker David France. 

Perry Halkitis, Ph.D., MPH, is a 2012-2013 CTSI translational science mentor of the year

Steinhardt professor studies mental health of HIV patients

Mental health burdens contribute to HIV in gay men

Dr. Perry Halkitis speaks at Teachers College, Columbia University. "The health of gay and bisexual men: A holistic perspective with Perry Halkitis."

Dr. Perry Halkitis discusses serosorting as an HIV prevention strategy in Edge Magazine

Jackie Blachman-Forshay, CHIBPS intern profiled in the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Newsletter

Arielle Elmaleh-Sachs, fellow at the Colin L. Powell Center for Leadership and Service blogs about her internship experience at CHIBPS-NYU

Danielle C. Ompad has been awarded the 2012-2013 Global Health Research Challenge Fund sponsored by the Office of the Executive VP Health at New York University

APA Resolution emphasizes behavioral and biomedical approaches

Discussing sexual health

Truvada and HIV/AIDS Prevention

Trust, disclosure, disconnects and HIV

Farzana Kapadia wins 2012 NYU MPH Excellence in Public Health Faculty Award

Perry Halkitis discusses how behavior effects HIV treatment in the Huffington Post

Robert Moeller is selected as the doctoral student commencement speaker

A discourse on HIV disclosure

Center for Drug Use and HIV Research announces new affiliated investigators

Mythologies and misunderstandings of HIV-negative test results

Gay and Gray: What we need to know about aging gay men


Upcoming conference March 2-4: Group Relations Conference- Sexual Identity: Authorization and Leadership in a World fof Difference


APA Continuing Education Module on Drug Use and HIV


Reflecting on the AIDS generation

AIDS Day 2011: Urban Living and HIV


Does a pill a day keep HIV away?

Conference, revival mark 30th anniversary of AIDS

Is a pill a day for HIV prevention enough?

HPV vaccine interview with Signorile. Click here to listen to the interview. 

HIV researcher charts 'terror sex' in aftermath of 9/11

Hit gay iPhone app goes straight

It's more than just HIV - Duh, it's HPV too

Odds for detecting HIV varies by method, new study finds

Press release: Odds for detectubg HIV varies by method, new study finds

Is PrEP the future of HIV prevention?

Gay marriage in New York still a divisive topic

Huffington Post- Re-centering science in the fight against AIDS

Chelsea Now- Perry's pet peeves

Chelsea Now- Conference, revival mark 30th anniversary of AIDS

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis Oversees new Men's Sexual Health Project Including Access to Post Exposure Prophylaxis

Chelsea Now- Researchers, on researching young gay & bisexual men

Perry Halkitis Awarded the Distingushed Contribution to Education and Training by APA Division 44 (APA Div 44 Newsletter)

Chelsea Now- U.S. & U.K. political climate impacting HIV prevention

Perry Halkitis invited to serve on U.S. Health and Human Services HIV Advisory Committee

Chelsea Now- Until there's a pill, "female Viagra" is all in your head. by Dr. Fischgrund, CHIBPS Research Affiliate

Chelsea Now- Is a pill a day for HIV prevention enough? 

At a glance: Perry Halkitis on Methamphetamine Addiction

Chelsea Now- A call for revised HIV strategy  

Chelsea Now- New data reveals shifting NYC Meth Demographic 

Chelsea Now- For HIV-positive men, 50 is the new 40 (and the new 60) 

Perry Halkitis responds to NYU student alcohol policy 

Chelsea Now- Letter to the editor response to Perry Halkitis' article

Chelsea Now- Enhancing HIV prevention services to young gay men

Chelsea Now- Redirecting HIV prevention for gay men 

Perry Halkitis receives the Society of Behavioral Medicine Research to Practice Dissemination Award

Perry Halkitis wins the 2009 APA Distinguished Contributions to Psychology award from the American Psychological Association

Findings from Project Desire recently highlighted in NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene press release 

CHIBPS wins $2.9 Million NIH Grant to study developmental pathways of young gay men

Scienceline profiles two CHIBPS projects