Sexual and Reproductive Health

Core faculty and staff in the Center are actively engaged in research that aims to identify modifiable social and economic determinants of sexual and reproductive health outcomes including, but not limited to, HIV and other STIs. The projects examine the interpersonal context of risk and the relationship of place to STI/HIV transmission.  Investigation of these multilevel social determinants involves intensive primary data collection, including household surveys, community venue surveys, and daily diaries on smartphones.

 

See our Projects and publications pages to learn more about our team and the work that we do.