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Project History Timeline

The timeline tracks our progress from 1991-2007.

2007-2010

NIDA U10 Long Island Regional Node of NIDA’s CTN (PI: Nunes, Co-PIs: Tross & Hien)

2005-2010 NIAAA R01 Combined Treatment of Alcohol-Dependent Women (PI: Hien)
2004-2009 Connect Two:  Intervention study testing the efficacy of a couple HIV/STI intervention with men and women in drug treatment and their primary heterosexual intimate partners.
2002-2008 NIDA U10 Multi-site PTSD Trauma Groups for PTSD among Women in Drug Treatment (Node PI: Nunes, Study PI: Hien)

2001-2006

Eban: Multi-site intervention trial testing the efficacy of a couple HIV/STI intervention to reduce risk of HIV/STI transmission between African American HIV mixed status couples.

2001-2006

NIDA R01 Cocaine Abuse, Self-Regulation, and Maternal/Child Aggression (PI: Hien)

2000-2004

Epistudy on partner violence and HIV risk among women

1998-2002

Men’s health project: Epistudy on IPV & HIV risk among men in MMTPs

1997-2000

NIDA R01 PTSD Treatment Outcomes for Cocaine Dependent Women (PI: Hien)

1996-2000

Act II: Intervention study on substance abuse (HIV Risks)

1996-2000

Epistudy on IPV & Substance abuse among women n MMTPs

1996-2000

SIG’s First couples intervention – HIV/AIDS prevention among African Americans and Latinos

1995-2000

Project Support: Intervention study on substance abuse – support networks

2000

CIPRHDA

1994-1999 NIDA R29 Predictors for Interpersonal Violence in Inner-City Women (PI: Hien)

1994

ACT Intervention-alcohol abuse

1994

SIG moves from Interchurch to CUSSW

1993-1997

Intervention Study incarcerated women & HIV risk

1992-1997

LIGHT: First multisite HIV/AIDS intervention study

1990-1994

Reap II: Intervention study on substance abuse & HIV risk (MMTPs)

1990

SIG formed to address  a need for intervention research on HIV and Drug Abuse

1987-1990

Project Reap: Intervention study on substance abuse & HIV risk (MMTPs)