The International URBAN Alcohol Research Collaboration on HIV/AIDS (ARCH) Center, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, conducts and disseminates interdisciplinary research on the role of alcohol use among people with HIV on new tuberculosis (TB) acquisition, occurrence of active TB disease after TB preventive therapy, and post-TB lung disease.


New Publication: Association between smoking and lack of HIV virological suppression in a cross-sectional study of persons with HIV on antiretroviral therapy in Uganda. (Tumwegamire et al., 2024, PLoS One)

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New Publication: Comparative costs and potential affordability of a multifaceted intervention to improve treatment outcomes among people with HIV who inject drugs in Russia: economic evaluation of the LINC-II randomized controlled trial. (Rosen et al., 2024, J Int AIDS Soc)

New Publication: Pilot RCT comparing low-dose naltrexone, gabapentin and placebo to reduce pain among people with HIV with alcohol problems. (Tsui et al., 2024, PLoS One)

New Publication: Heavy Alcohol Use and HIV Outcomes: The Moderating Role of Pain. (Lucero et al., 2024, AIDS Behav)

New Publication: Stigma and other correlates of sharing injection equipment among people with HIV in St. Petersburg, Russia. (Kimmel et al., 2024, Glob Public Health)

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