URBAN ARCH, a member of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) CHAART (Consortiums for HIV/AIDS and Alcohol Research Translation) initiative, conducts and disseminates interdisciplinary research aimed at understanding how alcohol use impacts people affected by HIV and develops interventions to reduce alcohol use and alcohol and HIV-related consequences in this population.
Check out the latest issue of the quarterly URBAN ARCH Newsletter!
New Publication: The drinkers’ intervention to prevent tuberculosis (DIPT) trial among heavy drinkers living with HIV in Uganda: study protocol of a 2×2 factorial trial. (Lodi et al., Trials)
New Publication: Alcohol consumption and tryptophan metabolism among people with HIV prior to antiretroviral therapy initiation: The Uganda ARCH cohort study. (Pierre et al., Alcohol Alcohol)
New Publication: Lack of association between recent cannabis use and advanced liver fibrosis among HIV-positive heavy drinkers. (Fuster et al., Curr HIV Res)
New Publication: Prevalence of elevated liver transaminases and their relationship with alcohol use in people living with HIV on anti-retroviral therapy in Uganda. (Freiman et al., PLoS One)
New Publication: Alcohol consumption and hepatitis C virus (HCV) RNA levels in HIV/HCV coinfected patients. (Fuster et al., Viruses)
New Publication: Factors associated with phosphatidylethanol (PEth) sensitivity for detecting unhealthy alcohol use: An individual patient data meta-analysis. (Hahn et al., Alcohol Clin Exp Res)
New Publication: Per-protocol analysis of the ZINC trial for HIV disease among alcohol users. (Lodi et al., Trails)
New Publication: The Hepatitis C continuum of care among HIV-positive persons with heavy alcohol use in St. Petersburg, Russia. (Corcorran et al., AIDS Behav)
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