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2016
Nichols SL, Bethel J, Kapogiannis BG, Li T, Woods SP, E Patton D, Ren W, Thornton SE, Major-Wilson HO, Puga AM et al..  2016.  Antiretroviral treatment initiation does not differentially alter neurocognitive functioning over time in youth with behaviorally acquired HIV.. J Neurovirol. 22(2):218-30.
Savel C, Mierzwa S, Gorbach PM, Souidi S, Lally M, Zimet G, Interventions A.  2016.  Avatar Web-Based Self-Report Survey System Technology for Public Health Research: Technical Outcome Results and Lessons Learned.. Online J Public Health Inform. 8(2):e189.
Dowshen N, Matone M, Luan X, Lee S, Belzer M, Fernandez MIsabel, Rubin D.  2016.  Behavioral and Health Outcomes for HIV+ Young Transgender Women (YTW) Linked To and Engaged in Medical Care.. LGBT Health. 3(2):162-7.
Ruan A, Tobin NH, Mulligan K, Rollie A, Li F, Sleasman J, Aldrovandi GM.  2016.  Brief Report: Macrophage Activation in HIV-Infected Adolescent Males Contributes to Differential Bone Loss by Sex: Adolescent Trials Network Study 021.. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 72(4):372-5.
Miller RLin, Janulis PF, Reed SJ, Harper GW, Ellen J, Boyer CB.  2016.  Creating Youth-Supportive Communities: Outcomes from the Connect-to-Protect® (C2P) Structural Change Approach to Youth HIV Prevention.. J Youth Adolesc. 45(2):301-15.
Harper GW, Tyler ATimmons, Bruce D, Graham L, Wade RM.  2016.  Drugs, Sex, and Condoms: Identification and Interpretation of Race-Specific Cultural Messages Influencing Black Gay and Bisexual Young Men Living with HIV.. Am J Community Psychol. 58(3-4):463-476.
Brown LK, Kennard BD, Emslie GJ, Mayes TL, Whiteley LB, Bethel J, Xu J, Thornton S, Tanney MR, Hawkins LA et al..  2016.  Effective Treatment of Depressive Disorders in Medical Clinics for Adolescents and Young Adults Living With HIV: A Controlled Trial.. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 71(1):38-46.
Castillo-Mancilla J, Seifert S, Campbell K, Coleman S, McAllister K, Zheng J-H, Gardner EM, Liu A, Glidden DV, Grant R et al..  2016.  Emtricitabine-Triphosphate in Dried Blood Spots as a Marker of Recent Dosing.. Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 60(11):6692-6697.
Cherenack EM, Wilson PA, Kreuzman AM, Price GN.  2016.  The Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Technology-Based Daily Diaries with HIV-Infected Young Men Who have Sex with Men: A Comparison of Internet and Voice Modalities.. AIDS Behav. 20(8):1744-53.
Philbin MM, Tanner AE, Duval A, Ellen JM, Xu J, Kapogiannis B, Bethel J, J Fortenberry D.  2016.  HIV Testing, Care Referral, and Linkage to Care Intervals Affect Time to Engagement in Care for Newly Diagnosed HIV-Infected Adolescents in 15 Adolescent Medicine Clinics in the United States.. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 72(2):222-9.
Harper GW, Serrano PA, Bruce D, Bauermeister JA.  2016.  The Internet's Multiple Roles in Facilitating the Sexual Orientation Identity Development of Gay and Bisexual Male Adolescents.. Am J Mens Health. 10(5):359-76.
Gross IMoses, Hosek S, Richards MHeather, M Fernández I.  2016.  Predictors and Profiles of Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among African American Adolescents and Young Adult Males Living with HIV.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 30(7):324-38.
MacDonell KKolmodin, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Naar S, Fernandez MIsabella.  2016.  Predictors of Self-Reported Adherence to Antiretroviral Medication in a Multisite Study of Ethnic and Racial Minority HIV-Positive Youth.. J Pediatr Psychol. 41(4):419-28.
Gamarel KE, Brown L, Kahler CW, M Fernández I, Bruce D, Nichols S.  2016.  Prevalence and correlates of substance use among youth living with HIV in clinical settings.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 169:11-18.
Kahn JA, Rudy BJ, Xu J, Kapogiannis B, Secord E, Gillison M.  2016.  Prevalence and risk factors for oral DNA tumor viruses in HIV-infected youth.. J Med Virol. 88(11):1944-52.
Kapogiannis BG, Leister E, Siberry GK, Van Dyke RB, Rudy B, Flynn P, Williams PL.  2016.  Prevalence of and progression to abnormal noninvasive markers of liver disease (aspartate aminotransferase-to-platelet ratio index and Fibrosis-4) among US HIV-infected youth.. AIDS. 30(6):889-98.
Cherrie B. Boyer, Lauren Greenberg, James Korelitz, Harper GW, Stewart-Campbell R, Straub D, Sanders R, Reid LHenry, Futterman D, Lee S et al..  2016.  Sexual Partner Characteristics, Relationship Type, and HIV Risk Among a Community Venue–Based Sample of Urban Adolescent and Young Adult Men Who Have Sex With Men . Youth & Society.
Wilson PA, Kahana SY, Fernandez MIsabel, Harper GW, Mayer K, Wilson CM, Hightow-Weidman LB.  2016.  Sexual Risk Behavior Among Virologically Detectable Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Infected Young Men Who Have Sex With Men.. JAMA Pediatr. 170(2):125-31.
Kahana SY, Jenkins RA, Bruce D, Fernandez MI, Hightow-Weidman LB, Bauermeister JA.  2016.  Structural Determinants of Antiretroviral Therapy Use, HIV Care Attendance, and Viral Suppression among Adolescents and Young Adults Living with HIV.. PLoS One. 11(4):e0151106.
Tanner AE, Philbin MM, Duval A, Ellen J, Kapogiannis B, J Fortenberry D.  2016.  Transitioning HIV-Positive Adolescents to Adult Care: Lessons Learned From Twelve Adolescent Medicine Clinics.. J Pediatr Nurs. 31(5):537-43.
Brothers J, Hotton AL, Hosek SG, Harper GW, M Fernández I.  2016.  Young Women Living with HIV: Outcomes from a Targeted Secondary Prevention Empowerment Pilot Trial.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 30(5):229-35.
2015
Belzer ME, MacDonell KKolmodin, Clark LF, Huang J, Olson J, Kahana SY, Naar S, Sarr M, Thornton S.  2015.  Acceptability and Feasibility of a Cell Phone Support Intervention for Youth Living with HIV with Nonadherence to Antiretroviral Therapy.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 29(6):338-45.
Alexander AB, Ott MA, Lally MA, Sniecinski K, Baker A, Zimet GD.  2015.  Adolescent decision making about participation in a hypothetical HIV vaccine trial.. Vaccine. 33(11):1331-7.
Gilbert ALewis, Knopf AS, J Fortenberry D, Hosek SG, Kapogiannis BG, Zimet GD.  2015.  Adolescent Self-Consent for Biomedical Human Immunodeficiency Virus Prevention Research.. J Adolesc Health. 57(1):113-9.
Kahn JA, Rudy BJ, Xu J, Secord EA, Kapogiannis BG, Thornton S, Gillison ML.  2015.  Behavioral, immunologic, and virologic correlates of oral human papillomavirus infection in HIV-infected youth.. Sex Transm Dis. 42(5):246-52.
Mullins TLKowalczy, Lally M, Zimet G, Kahn JA.  2015.  Clinician attitudes toward CDC interim pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) guidance and operationalizing PrEP for adolescents.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 29(4):193-203.
Havens PL, Hazra R.  2015.  Commentary: The place of tenofovir disoproxil fumarate in pediatric antiretroviral therapy.. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 34(4):406-8.
Saberi P, Mayer K, Vittinghoff E, Naar-King S.  2015.  Correlation between use of antiretroviral adherence devices by HIV-infected youth and plasma HIV RNA and self-reported adherence.. AIDS Behav. 19(1):93-103.
Ellen JM, Greenberg L, Willard N, Stines S, Korelitz J, Boyer CB.  2015.  Cross-sectional survey comparing HIV risk behaviours of adolescent and young adult men who have sex with men only and men who have sex with men and women in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.. Sex Transm Infect. 91(6):458-61.
Ellen JM, Greenberg L, Willard N, Korelitz J, Kapogiannis BG, Monte D, Boyer CB, Harper GW, Henry-Reid LM, Friedman LB et al..  2015.  Evaluation of the effect of human immunodeficiency virus-related structural interventions: the connect to protect project.. JAMA Pediatr. 169(3):256-63.
Cook SH, Valera P, Wilson PA.  2015.  HIV status disclosure, depressive symptoms, and sexual risk behavior among HIV-positive young men who have sex with men.. J Behav Med. 38(3):507-17.
Rudy BJ, Kapogiannis BG, Worrell C, Squires K, Bethel J, Li S, Wilson CM, Agwu A, Emmanuel P, Price G et al..  2015.  Immune Reconstitution but Persistent Activation After 48 Weeks of Antiretroviral Therapy in Youth With Pre-Therapy CD4 >350 in ATN 061.. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 69(1):52-60.
Bruce D, Kahana SY, Bauermeister JA, Nichols SL, Hightow-Weidman LB, Heinze JE, Shea J, M Fernández I.  2015.  Neighborhood-level and individual-level correlates of cannabis use among young persons living with HIV/AIDS.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 151:173-80.
M Fernández I, Huszti HC, Wilson PA, Kahana S, Nichols S, Gonin R, Xu J, Kapogiannis BG.  2015.  Profiles of Risk Among HIV-Infected Youth in Clinic Settings.. AIDS Behav. 19(5):918-30.
Brown LK, Whiteley L, Harper GW, Nichols S, Nieves A.  2015.  Psychological symptoms among 2032 youth living with HIV: a multisite study.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 29(4):212-9.
Hussen SA, Harper GW, Bauermeister JA, Hightow-Weidman LB.  2015.  Psychosocial influences on engagement in care among HIV-positive young black gay/bisexual and other men who have sex with men.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 29(2):77-85.
Kahana SY, Fernandez MIsabel, Wilson PA, Bauermeister JA, Lee S, Wilson CM, Hightow-Weidman LB.  2015.  Rates and correlates of antiretroviral therapy use and virologic suppression among perinatally and behaviorally HIV-infected youth linked to care in the United States.. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 68(2):169-77.
Boone MR, Cherenack EM, Wilson PA.  2015.  Self-Efficacy for Sexual Risk Reduction and Partner HIV Status as Correlates of Sexual Risk Behavior Among HIV-Positive Adolescent Girls and Women.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 29(6):346-53.
Lee S, Yamazaki M, D Harris R, Harper GW, Ellen J.  2015.  Social Support and Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Status Disclosure to Friends and Family: Implications for Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Youth.. J Adolesc Health. 57(1):73-80.
Chutuape KS, Willard N, Walker BC, Boyer CB, Ellen J.  2015.  A Tailored Approach to Launch Community Coalitions Focused on Achieving Structural Changes: Lessons Learned From a HIV Prevention Mobilization Study.. J Public Health Manag Pract. 21(6):546-55.
Willard N, Chutuape K, Stewart-Campbell R, Boyer CB, Ellen J.  2015.  Targeting Structural Change for HIV Prevention: A Process and Tool for Community Application.. Health Promot Pract. 16(6):837-48.
Alcantara L, Harper GW, Keys CB.  2015.  "There's Gotta be Some Give and Take": Community Partner Perspectives on Benefits and Contributions associated with Community Partnerships for Youth.. Youth Soc. 47(4):462-485.
2014
Chutuape KS, Muyeed AZ, Willard N, Greenberg L, Ellen JM.  2014.  Adding to the HIV Prevention Portfolio - the Achievement of Structural Changes by 13 Connect to Protect Coalitions.. Glob J Community Psychol Pract. 5(2):1-8.
Reed SJ, Miller RLin.  2014.  The Benefits of Youth Engagement in HIV-Preventive Structural Change Interventions.. Youth Soc. 46(4):529-547.
Boyer CB, Robles-Schrader GM, Li SX, Miller RL, Korelitz J, Price GN, Torres CMRivera, Chutuape KS, Stines SJ, Straub DM et al..  2014.  A comparison of network-based strategies for screening at-risk Hispanic/Latino adolescents and young adults for undiagnosed asymptomatic HIV infection.. J Adolesc Health. 55(6):765-73.
Nichols SL, Lowe A, Zhang X, Garvie PA, Thornton S, Goldberger BA, Hou W, Goodenow MM, Sleasman JW.  2014.  Concordance between self-reported substance use and toxicology among HIV-infected and uninfected at risk youth.. Drug Alcohol Depend. 134:376-382.
Kennard B, Brown L, Hawkins L, Risi A, Radcliffe J, Emslie G, Mayes T, King J, Foxwell A, Buyukdura J et al..  2014.  Development and Implementation of Health and Wellness CBT for Individuals with Depression and HIV.. Cogn Behav Pract. 21(2):237-246.
Whiteley LB, Brown LK, Swenson R, Kapogiannis BG, Harper GW.  2014.  Disparities in mental health care among HIV-infected youth.. J Int Assoc Provid AIDS Care. 13(1):29-34.
Lally M, Goldsworthy R, Sarr M, Kahn J, Brown L, Peralta L, Zimet G.  2014.  Evaluation of an intervention among adolescents to reduce preventive misconception in HIV vaccine clinical trials.. J Adolesc Health. 55(2):254-9.
Brothers J, Harper GW, M Fernández I, Hosek SG.  2014.  EVOLUTION--taking charge and growing stronger: the design, acceptability, and feasibility of a secondary prevention empowerment intervention for young women living with HIV.. AIDS Patient Care STDS. 28(1):33-42.

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