Current and Future PrEP Medications and Modalities: On-demand, Injectables, and Topicals, Current HIV/AIDS Reports, August 2019, 16(4).
Concomitant utilization of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and meningococcal vaccine (MenACWY) among men who have sex with men in Los Angeles County, California, Archives of Sexual Behavior, October 2019.
What motivates gay and bisexual men to participate in PrEP-related research? The International Journal of Sexual Health.
The impact of pre-exposure prophylaxis on sexual communication and sexual behavior of urban gay and bisexual men. Special Issue on “Social and Behavioral Science with Gay and Bisexual Men in the Age of Biomedical Prevention” at the Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2019, 1-14.
Perspectives on academic mentorship from sexual and gender minority students pursuing careers in the health sciences, American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 2019, 89(3).
Gay and Bisexual Men’s Strategies to Maintain Daily Adherence to Their HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Medication: Results from a Qualitative Study, Prevention Science, January 2019, 20(1).
A Multilevel Analysis of Social Network Characteristics and Technology Use on HIV Risk and Protective Behaviors Among Transgender Women, AIDS & Behavior, May 2019, 23(5).
How Do Gay and Bisexual Men Make Up for Missed PrEP Doses, and What Impact Does Missing a Dose Have on Their Subsequent Sexual Behavior? AIDS Education & Prevention, August 2018, 30(4).
Acceptability of injectable and on-demand pre-Exposure prophylaxis among an online sample of young men who have sex with men in California, LGBT Health, September 2018, 5(6).
Health Disparities, Risk Behaviors and Healthcare Utilization Among Transgender Women in Los Angeles County: A Comparison from 1998-1999 to 2015-2016, AIDS & Behavior, August 2018, 22(8).
Spatial Distribution of partner-seeking men who have sex with men using geosocial networking apps: Epidemiologic study, Journal of Medical Internet Research, May 2018, 20(5).
Quadrivalent Meningococcal Vaccine Uptake Among Men Who Have Sex With Men During a Meningococcal Outbreak in Los Angeles County, California, 2016-2017, Public Health Reports, September – October 2018, 133(5).
Factors Associated with Immunization Opinion Leadership among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Los Angeles, California, International Journal of Environmenal Research and Public Health, May 2018, 15(5).
Structural Inequities and Social Networks Impact Hormone Use and Misuse Among Transgender Women in Los Angeles County, Archives of Sexual Behavior, May 2018, 47(4).
Comparing Self-Reported Demographic and Sexual Behavioral Factors Among Men Who Have Sex with Men Recruited Through Mechanical Turk, Qualtrics, and a HIV/STI Clinic-Based Sample: Implications for Researchers and Providers, Archives of Sexual Behavior, January 2018, 47(1).
Facilitators and Barriers to Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Willingness Among Young Men Who Have Sex with Men Who Use Geosocial Networking Applications in California, AIDS Patient Care and STDs, December 2017, 31(12).
Brief report: Motivations for HIV testing among young men who have sex with men in Los Angeles County, Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, July 2017, 16(3).
Technology Use and Preferences for Mobile Phone–Based HIV Prevention and Treatment Among Black Young Men Who Have Sex With Men: Exploratory Research, Journal of Medical Internet Research, April 2017, 5(4).
Network support, technology use, depression, and ART adherence among HIV-positive MSM of color, AIDS Care, September 2017, 29(9).
Serious concerns regarding a meta-analysis of preexposure prophylaxis use and STI acquisition, AIDS (London, England), March 2017, 31(5).
Alcohol Use and HIV Risk Within Social Networks of MSM Sex Workers in the Dominican Republic, AIDS and Behavior, November 2017, 21.
Brief Report: PrEP Uptake, Adherence, and Discontinuation Among California YMSM Using Geosocial Networking Applications, Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, January 2017, 74(1).
Measuring Use of Research Evidence: The Structured Interview for Evidence Use, Research on Social Work Practice, September 2016, 26(5).
A Critical Review of the Characteristics of Theater-Based HIV Prevention Interventions for Adolescents in School Settings, Health Promotion Practice, July 2016, 17(4).
Innovation and the Use of Research Evidence in Youth-Serving Systems: A Mixed-Methods Study, Child Welfare, 2015, 94(2).
Substance use homophily among geosocial networking application using gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, Archives of Sexual Behavior, October 2015, 44(7).
Network influences on the sexual risk behaviors of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men using geosocial networking applications, AIDS and Behavior, June 2015, 19.
The application of minority stress theory to marijuana use among sexual minority adolescents, Substance Use & Misuse, December 2015, 50(3).
Use of Technology to Address Substance Use in the Context of HIV: A Systematic Review, Current HIV/AIDS Reports, December 2015, 12(4).
Effects of minority stress processes on the mental health of Latino men who have sex with men and women: a qualitative study, Archives of Sexual Behavior, October 2014.
Cell phone internet access, online sexual solicitation, partner seeking, and sexual risk behavior among adolescents, Archives of Sexual Behavior, April 2014.
Online social networking, sexual risk and protective behaviors: considerations for clinicians and researchers, Current Addiction Reports, September 2014, 1(3).
Project HOPE: online social network changes in an HIV prevention randomized controlled trial for African American and Latino men who have sex with men, American Journal of Public Health, September 2014, 104(9).
A mixed methods approach to network data collection, Field Methods, October 2014, 26(3).
Incorporating guidelines for use of mobile technologies in health research and practice, International Health, June 2014, 6(2).
Venue-based network analysis to inform HIV prevention efforts among young gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, Prevention Science, June 2014, 15(3).
Associations between intimate partner violence and posttraumatic stress symptom severity in a multiethnic sample of men with histories of childhood sexual abuse, Violence and Victims, 2014, 29(3).
Network correlates of sexual health advice seeking and substance use among members of the Los Angeles House and Ball communities, Health Education Research, April 2014, 29(2).
Acceptability of smartphone application-based HIV prevention among young men who have sex with men, AIDS and Behavior, February 2014, 18(2).
Minority stress experiences and psychological well-being: the impact of support from and connection to social networks within the Los Angeles House and Ball communities, Prevention Science, February 2014, 15(1).
Inter-organizational collaboration in the implementation of evidence-based practices among public agencies serving abused and neglected youth, Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, January 2014, 41(1).
Illicit Substance Use Among Emerging Adults in the Los Angeles House and Ball Community, Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, May 2014, 13(2).
Social work practice with LGBT seniors, Journal of Gerontological Social Work, January 2014, 57(8).
Influence network linkages across implementation strategy conditions in a randomized controlled trial of two strategies for scaling up evidence-based practices in public youth-serving systems, Implementation Science, November 2013, 8.
National study of the role of recent illicit substance use on the relationship between depressive symptoms and sexual risk behavior among child welfare-involved adolescents, Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, July 2013, 74(4).
“It’s like our own little world”: resilience as a factor in participating in the ballroom community subculture, AIDS and Behavior, May 2013, 17(4).
Profile of insurance coverage in a national inpatient sample, American Journal of Public Health Research, February 2013, 1(1).
Environmental risk, social cognition, and drug use among young men who have sex with men: longitudinal effects of minority status on health processes and outcomes, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, June 2013, 127(1-3).
Women’s preferences for testing and management of sexually transmitted infections among low-income New York City family planning clients, International Journal of STD & AIDS, June 2013, 24(6).
Where are the young men in HIV prevention efforts? Comments on HIV prevention programs and research from young men who sex with men in Los Angeles county, The Journal of Primary Prevention, December 2012, 33(5-6).
HIV Prevention Service Utilization in the Los Angeles House and Ball Communities: Past Experiences and Recommendations for the Future, AIDS and Behavior, October 2012, 16(7).
The prevalence and correlates of receiving confirmatory HIV test results among newly diagnosed HIV-positive individuals at a community-based testing center, AIDS Education and Prevention, October 2012, 24(5).
Addressing PrEP Disparities among Young Gay and Bisexual Men in California, California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, September 2016.
PrEP Cost Analysis for Covered California Health Plans, California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers. November 2016.
“Why aren’t gay men getting a meningitis vaccination?” Los Angeles Blade, April 2017.
Examining PrEP Uptake among Medi-Cal Beneficiaries in California: Differences by Age, Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Geographic Region, California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, February 2018.
HIV and Safer Drug Consumption Programs in California, California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, April 2018.
HIV Prevention Strategies for Transmasculine People in California, California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, April 2018.