Research Education Institute for Diverse Scholars (REIDS) at CIRA
Principal Investigator: Jean J. Schensul, Ph.D.
Grant: NIMH No. R25 MH087217-01A1
Dates of Study:
REIDS is a research education institute developed by ICR's Senior Scientist and Founding Director Jean J. Schensul, Ph.D., Barbara Guthrie, Ph.D., and Merrill Singer, Ph.D. as a way to address the documented shortage of newly funded HIV/AIDS researchers from underrepresented groups.
The $1.3 million research partnership between ICR, Yale School of Nursing, and the University of Connecticut's Center for Health, Intervention, and Prevention is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health.
Link for more details
School AIDS Education
Research Method: Intervention
Principal Investigators: David
J. Schonfeld, M.D., Yale University (PI), Jean J. Schensul,
Ph.D. (Co-PI), Mary Schwab-Stone, M.D., Yale University (Co-PI)
Grant: Maternal and Child
Health Bureau; The William T. Grant Foundation
Partners: Yale University
School of Medicine, Yale University Child Study Center
Dates of Study: 1998-2003
The Comprehensive Elementary School AIDS
Education project is testing the effectiveness of a comprehensive
AIDS education curriculum in public elementary and middle
schools in New Haven, CT. Based upon theories of social cognition
and influence, the curriculum includes problem-solving and
communication skills development, and peer-education. The
project is centered at the Yale University School of Medicine;
ICR staff are coordinating the process evaluation.
for more details