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CURRICULUM VITAERalph J. DiClemente4279 Roswell Road, NE, Suite 102-256Atlanta, GA 30342(678) 641-2744e-mail: rdiclem@emory.eduEDUCATION1984-1986 FellowPost-doctoral Fellow in Social and Behavioral Sciencesof the American Cancer SocietyUniversity of California, San Francisco1984Ph.D.University of California San FranciscoCenter for Behavioral Sciences (Health Psychology)1978Sc.M.Harvard University, School of Public HealthDepartment of Behavioral Sciences1973B.A.The City College of the City University of New York (CCNY)HONORS/AWARDSMember; External Leadership Council, College of Health Sciences and Human Services, California StateUniversity, April 2016Vice-Chair, Saint Petersburg AIDS Congress, St, Petersburg, Russia, Oct 2015Visiting Distinguished Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Russia,September 2014Appointed to the National Institutes of Health, Office of AIDS Research Advisory Council, July 2014 Sept 2017CDC recognizes AMIGAS (for Latinas) and EBAN (for HIV serodiscordant heterosexual AfricanAmerican couples) as Tier I evidence-based HIV risk-reduction interventionsRamsey Lecture in Public Health, University of Georgia, School of Public Health, GA, March 6, 2014Douglas B. Kirby Adolescent Research Award, from the Healthy Teen Network, Savannah, GA,October 24, 2013Ranked in top 5% of investigators for receipt of NIH funding over the past 25 yearsThomson ISI identified as a “Highly Cited Author”HHS Office of Adolescent Health recognizes the Horizons program and the SiHLE program asdemonstrating evidence of effectiveness in reducing teen pregnancy, STIs, and associatedsexual risk behaviors; recommended for use and disseminated; 2010Public Health Sciences Distinguished Speaker, Wake Forest University, NC, June 29, 2010Finalist, Atlanta Health Heroes Award, May, 2009.Appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors, Coordinating Center for Infectious Diseases, UnitedStates Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2008-2011Appointed to the National Advisory Mental Health Council, National Institute of Mental Health, NationalInstitutes of Health, 2008-2012Invited Guest speaker, Dean’s Council, Rollins School of Public Health, May 20081

Visiting Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Spain, 2007-2013Prevention Pioneer Award in HIV/AIDS from the Morehouse School of Medicine andGeorgia Department of Community Health, Office of Minority Health, February 24, 2005Selected for Academic Keys Who's Who in Health Sciences Education, 2003McAuley Lecture, Georgetown University, November 3, 2003Great Teachers Lecture, Emory University, February 17, 2000Recipient of the 1999 Society for Adolescent Medicine/Organon Pharmaceutical VisitingProfessorship in Adolescent ResearchIra Hiscock Lecture for 1996, University of Hawaii, School of Public Health, Oahu, HI, October 29, 1996Robert S. Rixse Memorial Lecture, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC, June 4, 1996Kroeber Anthropological Society, Plenary Address, March 7, 1987, University of California, Berkeley, CAACADEMIC DISTINCTIONUniversity of California, San Francisco1984-1986American Cancer Society Post-doctoral Fellowship in Behavioral & Social SciencesUniversity of California Dissertation Award1982-1983Fellow of Sierra Pacific Soroptomists International of the AmericasAmerican Medical Association award for Student Medical Research1981-1983Robert F. Murphy Fellowship, research in cancer control, American Cancer SocietyHarvard University1976-1978National Institutes of Mental Health Fellowship in Psychiatric Epidemiology1976-1977John E. Thayer Scholarship1976-1977Who's Who in American CollegesThe City College of The City University of New York (CCNY)1973Graduated cum laudePsi Chi Honor Society in PsychologyPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCECurrent PositionsCharles Howard Candler Professor of Public HealthRollins School of Public Health of Emory UniversityAssociate Director; Prevention Sciences, Center for AIDS ResearchCo-Director, Developmental Core, Center for AIDS ResearchSenior Scientist, Center for Contextual Genetics and Prevention ScienceSenior Scientist, Atlanta Clinical and Translational Sciences InstituteProfessor; Department of Pediatrics, Division of Infectious Diseases,Epidemiology and Immunology, School of Medicine, Emory UniversityProfessor; Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases,School of Medicine, Emory University2

Professor; Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Emory UniversityProfessor; Woodruff School of Nursing, Department of Communityand Family NursingAdjunct Professor; Morehouse School of MedicineDepartment of Community Health and Preventive MedicineAffiliated Faculty; Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative,Emory University School of LawAffiliated Faculty; Emory Global Diabetes Research CenterMember; Advisory Board; Emory-Tibet Center for Contemplative Scienceand Secular EthicsSept 2006-Aug 2008Co-Director; Graduate Studies, Department of Behavioral Sciences andHealth Education, Rollins School of Public Health of Emory UniversityMay 2000-Nov 2010Co-Director, Behavioral Sciences Core, Center for AIDS ResearchMay 1998-Aug 2000Chairman; Department of Behavioral Sciences & Health EducationRollins School of Public Health of Emory UniversityAug 1994-May 1998Professor; School of Public Health, Department of Health BehaviorUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamProfessor; School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division ofInfectious Diseases, University of Alabama at BirminghamProfessor; Department of Pediatrics, Division of General Pediatricsand Adolescent Medicine, University of Alabama at BirminghamProfessor; Department of Sociology, Social Medicine Program, Universityof Alabama at BirminghamCo-Director; Prevention Sciences Program, Center for AIDS ResearchUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamSenior Scientist; Comprehensive Cancer Center, Cancer Control &Prevention Program, University of Alabama at BirminghamSenior Scientist; Center for Health Promotion, University of Alabama atBirmingham3

Jan 1993-June 19931990-1993Program Coordinator; PhD Program in Health Behavior, University ofAlabama at BirminghamVisiting AIDS Scholar; University of Maryland, College of Health,College Park, MDSenior Research Scientist; Multicultural Research Institute,Bayview-Hunter's Point Foundation, San Francisco, CaliforniaResearch Psychologist; Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics andCenter for AIDS Research, University of California, San FranciscoGRANT FUNDINGPending Support with Fundable ScoreJuly 2016 – June 2021Core Director/Investigator (Venkat Narayan, PI; 1P30DK111024-01)Project title:Georgia Diabetes Translation Research CenterSource:National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases/NIHThe goal of this center is to serve as a platform to increase investigatorcapacity, share expertise, and generate and disseminate knowledge toinfluence practice and policy to improve diabetes outcomes.Total Costs: 2,308,190Role:Co-Director; Community Engagement & Behavior Change CoreSept 2015 - Aug 2017Project title:Investigator (Andrea Swartzendruber, PI; R03DA039797)Impact of Drug Use on HIV/STI Risk across Development among AfricanAmerican Female Adolescents: An Integrative Data AnalysisNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH 168,157This study will use existing data to examine the impact of drug use on HIVand sexually transmitted infection (STI) risk across development andinvestigate the extent to which behavioral HIV/STI prevention interventionsreduce drug use behaviors among African American female adolescents.Source:Total Costs:July 2014 – June 2019Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Role:July 2013 – June 2018Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator and Director, Translation & Implementation Science Core(Gene Brody, PI; 2P30DA027827-06)Center for Translation & Prevention Science: Vulnerability to Drug Use &HIV - Advancing Prevention for Rural African AmericansNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH 4,322,776Director, Translation Research CorePrincipal Investigator (Gene Brody, Co-PI) (1 U01 DA0362233-01)Reducing HIV and Substance Use in Detained Youth Using ImplementationScienceNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH 3,375,8484

May 2013 – April 2016Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)Faith in Sustaining SISTAAHRQ (1R24HS022059) 298,284Aug 2013-July 2015Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Safiya Dalmida PI)Neurobiocultural African American Girls StudyNational Science Foundation 1,109,035Examine neuroimaging response to HIV messages among high-risk adolescents.Aug 2012 – July 2017Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Igho Ofotokun and Gina Wingood, Co-PIs; IU01A1103408)WIHS (Women’s Interagency HIV Study – V)National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH 17,910,035Join other WIHS sites participating in the largest prospective multicentercohort study of HIV and HIV- high-risk women in the U.S.Aug 2012 – July 2017Investigator/Associate Director, Co-Director, Developmental Core, Director,Scientist Training & Mentorship Program (PI/Center Director: James Curran)Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH 8,860,810Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Sept 2012 – Aug 2016Source:Total Costs:Sept 2012 – Aug 2013Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Sept 2012 – Aug 2015Principal Investigator on subcontract (Michael Blank, PI; 1R13HD074468)Conferences grant to develop and produce the next five Social andBehavioral Sciences Research Network national conferences.National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, NationalInstitute of Aging, National Cancer Institute 81,630Principal Investigator (3R01AA018096-03S1)Supplement to existing NIAAA award 1R01 AA018096 to explore factorsassociated with ARV adherence and safer sex among young HIV women inSt. Petersburg, Russia.National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH 125,934Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Rana Chakraborty, Project PI;Michele Kegler, Center PI 5U48DP001909-04-1)Contraceptive Decision-making and Practices among HIV AdolescentsCDC 292,205Sept 2012 – Aug 2017Investigator (PI: David Stephens; 2 UL1TR000454)5

Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science InstituteNational Institutes of Health 26,563,947Sept 2011 – Aug 2012Project Title:Principal Investigator (3R01 AA018096-02S1)Supplement to existing NIAAA award 1R01 AA018096 to explore the feasibilityof adding Washington DC as a study site and Howard University as collaboratingsite to the study “Development and Evaluation of an Intervention to Reduce HIV/STDRisk among Alcohol-using Young African American Female Adolescents”.Source:Total Costs:June 2011 – Mar 2016Project Title:Source:Total Direct Costs:Aug 2011 – July 2016Source:Total Costs:July 2011- May 2016Project Title:Source:Total Costs:National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH 87,789Investigator (Benjamin Druss, PI; RO1MH07043705)A peer-led medical disease self-management program for mental healthconsumersThe goal of this project is to conduct a randomized trial of a group-based,medical disease management program for persons with serious mentalillnesses.NIMH/NIH 2,190,598Investigator (Andres Comacho-Gonzalez), PI; U01 PS003322)Metropolitan Atlanta Community Adolescent Rapid HIV Testing InitiativeDevelop is designed to implement and evaluate an innovative youth-friendlyHIV testing program designed to enhance testing uptake by teens.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1,076,484Co-Principal Investigator on Northwestern University SubcontractHendricks Brown, PI, University of Miami, Gina Wingood, Co-PI, EmoryCenter for Prevention Implementation Methods on Drug Abuse andSexual Risk BehaviorNIDA (P30DA027828-01A1) 255,740Oct 2010 – Sept 2016Principal Investigator (1R01 AA018096)Project Title:Development and Evaluation of an Intervention to Reduce HIV/STD Risk amongAlcohol-using Young African American Female AdolescentsSource:Total Costs:Description:National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism/NIH 3,871,729This project develops an innovative intervention using group motivationalinterviewing designed to reduce HIV/STD sexual risk behaviors and STDsamong alcohol-using African American female adolescents seeking sexualhealth care at clinics.Oct 2010-Sept 2011Title:Investigator (Tami Thomas, PI)Prevalence and Correlates of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination in6

Source:Total Costs:Description:Sept 2010 – Aug 2014Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Oct 2009 – Sept 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Jan 2009 – Dec 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Oct 2009 – Sept 2010Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Rural AreasRobert Wood Johnson Foundation 133,543This project assesses parents’ and adolescents’ attitudes, beliefs, andintentions regarding the importance of being vaccinated with GARDASILand whether these psychosocial constructs are predictive of adolescentsactually being vaccinated.InvestigatorEnhancing Adolescent Immunization through Parent and TeacherInterventions (PI: James Hughes; 1U01 IP000413-01)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1,466,405This project develops an innovative intervention using teacher and parentinterventions designed to enhance uptake of influenza vaccine amongadolescents in rural Georgia.Principal Investigator (Melissa Kottke, Co-PI)Exploring the Social Determinants of Dual Protection Use by YoungAfrican American WomenCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 717,292This project uses multi-methods, both qualitative and observationalquantitative research, to identify the facilitators and barriers to using dualprotection methods (contraceptives and condoms) during sexual intercourseamong 600 African American adolescent girls, 14-18, attending an inner cityTeen Clinic at Grady Hospital.Principal InvestigatorDevelopment of a Media-based Intervention to Enhance Gardasil Uptakeamong High-Risk African American Female AdolescentsMerck 598,466This project develops an innovation DVD-delivered intervention designed toenhance uptake of Gardasil among African American female adolescentsseeking sexual health care at clinics.Principal InvestigatorSupplement to: A Multi-level Intervention for High-Risk YouthNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (3U01 MH066907-05S2) 191,833This project extends the follow-up of 1600 African American adolescentsparticipating in a multi-level HIV/STD prevention program implemented infour US cities.7

Oct 2009 – Sept 2010Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Principal InvestigatorSupplement to: A Multi-level Intervention for High-Risk YouthNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (3U01 MH066907-05S1) 227,048This project adds additional STD testing to the follow-up of 1600 AfricanAmerican adolescents participating in a multi-level HIV/STD preventionprogram in four US cities.Oct 2009 – Sept 2010Project Title:Principal Investigator (5 R01 MH070537-07)Translating an Evidence-based, Group-delivered HIV/STD Risk-reductionIntervention for African American Adolescent Females to anIndividually-delivered DVD Format to Enhance Likelihood ofAdoption and Maintenance by County Health DepartmentsOffice of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research/NIH 232,326This project attempts to translate a group-delivered HIV/STD interventiondeveloped for African American adolescent females to a DVD format toenhance its adoption and use by county health departments.Source:Total Costs:Description:Sept 1 2009 – June 2014 Co-Principal Investigator (Gene Brody, PI; 1 P30 DA027827-01)Center for Contextual Genetics and Prevention Studies: A TransdisciplinaryCenter Focused on Rural African American FamiliesSource:National Institute on Drug Abuse/NIHTotal Costs: 5,964,484Description:The Core Center of Excellence’s goal is to increase our understanding of thecauses of drug use and abuse and sexual risk behavior among rural AfricanAmerican youth and young adults. Research teams will use genetic andenvironmental information to better understand how they combine to forecastthese risky behaviors. This information will be used to refine preventionprograms to deter drug use and sexual risk behavior among rural AfricanAmerican youth and young adults.Sept 2009 – April 2014Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI; R01 MD004117)Faith based HIV prevention for African American WomenNational Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NCMHD)/NIH 1,912,500The study will assess the efficacy of a faith-based HIV preventionintervention for older African American women.July 2009 – May 2014Project Title:Investigator (Patrick Sullivan, PI)Explaining Disparities in HIV Prevalence and Incidence Between Black andWhite MSMNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 3,153,541This longitudinal cohort study project is designed to examine differences inrisk factors and STD and HIV incidence among White and Black MSM.Source:Total Costs:Description:8

Jun 2009 – May 2010Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Principal InvestigatorAssessing HPV Vaccine Acceptance Black and White College MalesMerck 69,436Conduct qualitative and quantitative assessments among White and Blackcollege students to gauge their knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and perceivedbarriers to receiving Gardasil vaccination.Aug 2009 – July 2011Project Title:Investigator (Patrick Sullivan, PI; 1 R34 MH086331)Adaptation of Couples Voluntary Counseling and Testing (CVCT) for USMSMNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 357,170This R34 intervention study is designed to develop, implement, and evaluateHIV counseling and testing for MSM in partnerships.Source:Total Costs:Description:Jan 2009 – July 2009Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal Investigator (subcontract to Scott Rhodes, PI, Wake Forest UniversityA Partnership Approach to Reducing HIV Disparities among Latino MenCenter for Health Disparities/NIH 37,035May 2008 – Feb 2013Investigator (PI: Gina Wingood; subcontract to Rochester University, DavidOlds, PI; R01 DA021624-01)Age 17 Follow-up of a Home Visiting InterventionNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH 209,802Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Dec 2008 – Nov 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Oct 2008 – Sept 2011Project Title:PreventionSource:Total Costs:Aug 2008 - June 2012Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)Efficacy of a Faith-based HIV intervention among African-AmericanWomenCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 1,799,996InvestigatorEvaluation of Abstinence only and Abstinence-Plus Programs for HIV(Subcontract to the University of Texas)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 150,000Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention Maintenance for African American TeensRenewal/ContinuationNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (2R01 MH070537) 3,319,7969

May 2008-April 2011Source:Total Costs:Sept 2008-Sept 2009Principal Investigator subcontract (Michael Blank, PI; R13-MH-081733)University of Pennsylvania School of MedicineConference grant for supporting the CFAR Social and Behavioral SciencesResearch NetworkNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 43,170Source:Total Costs:Julia Ellen Painter (Primary mentor on dissertation grant (1R36-IP000289-01awarded to Ms. Painter)Attitudes toward Influenza Vaccination and Vaccine Uptake among RuralAdolescentsCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 37,800Sept 2007 – Sept 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal Investigator (1 UR6 PS000679-01)Adapting SiHLE for Detained African American Adolescent FemalesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 1,799,386Aug 2007 – July 2012Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator/Associate Director (PI/Center Director: James Curran)Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH 8,466,447Sept 2007 – Aug 2012Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (PI: David Stephens; 1 U54 RR024380-01)Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science InstituteNational Institutes of Health 54,994,719Sept 2007 - Sept 2010Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal Investigator (3R01-MH070537-04S1)Diversity supplement for Ms. Mary UkukuNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 71,353July 2006 - June 2008Project Title:Co-Principal Investigator (Walt Orenstein, PI; 1R181P000166)Influenza Vaccine Delivery to Adolescents: Two MulticomponentInterventionsCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 1,307,360This project uses a cluster randomized design to test two interventions toenhance influenza vaccine uptake among rural minority youth.Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Description:Sept 2004 - Aug 2009Project Title:Source:Principal InvestigatorA Multi-level HIV-Prevention Strategy for High-risk YouthNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH10

Total Costs:Description: 3,844,478This project uses both small group HIV interventions and culturally-tailoredmedia (TV and radio) to enhance sustainability of newly acquired HIVprevention knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, norms, and behaviors among 1600African American youth in four cities.Sept 2007 - Aug 2009Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorTrabajando Juntos: Working for Health Disparity Reduction amongst LatinosNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (subcontract to Scott Rhodes, PI,Wake Forest University School of Medicine) 37,706Sept 2003 - Aug 2008Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention Maintenance for African American TeensNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (1R01 MH070537) 2,177,985May 2007 – April 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention among Adolescents with Severe Mental Illness(Competing Continuation 2 R01 MH063008-06)National Institute of Mental Health/NIH 2,413,403Sept 2007 - Aug 2010Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Laura Salazar, PI)Preventing Violence Against Women: A Web-Based ApproachCenters for Disease Control and Prevention 869,083Sept 2006 - Aug 2007Project Title:Principal InvestigatorCenter for AIDS Research supplement to develop the Social & BehavioralSciences Research NetworkNIAID 75,385Source:Total Costs:Sept 2006 - Aug 2008Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Sept 2006 - Aug 2011Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorPilot HIV-Risk Reduction Behavioral Intervention for Commercial SexWorkers in Yerevan, ArmeniaU.S. Civilian Research & Development Foundation(ARX1-002719-YE-06) 80,748Principal InvestigatorPreventing Substance Use and High Risk Behavior among Rural AfricanAmerican YouthNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH 716,07311

June 2004 - July 2009Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)National Survey on HIV Risk for African-American WomenNational Institute of Child Health and Human Development/NIH 4,257,564Sept 2006 - Aug 2009Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Ben Druss, PI)Adapting a Medical Self-Management Program for a CommunityMental Health CenterNIMH/NIH 2,052,080Sept 2004 - Aug 2007Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)HIV Prevention for Xhosa Women in South AfricaNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH 1,130,060May 2001 - April 2008Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorTeens and Exposure to HIV Risk on the WebNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (1R01 MH63696) 3,186,553Oct 1999 - Sept 2004Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorReducing HIV Risk in Female Teens: A Tailored ApproachNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (R01 MH61210) 3,106,553May 2002 - April 2007Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention for Youth with Severe Mental Illness (1R01 MH63008)National Institute of Mental Health 1,774,389Sept 2002 - July 2007Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator/Associate Director (James Curran, PI, Director)Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR)National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases/NIH 7,386,447Oct 2002 - Sept 2004Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)Using STIs as Outcomes for a Relapse Prevention Trial (supplement)National Institute of Mental Health/NIH 185,492Oct 2002 - Sept 2004Project Title:Source:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)An HIV Prevention Trial for Women Using STIs as OutcomesNational Institute on Drug Abuse/NIH12

Total Costs: 247,964Sept 2003 - Sept 2005Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)Biological Outcomes as Measures of Risk among African American Couplesin an HIV Sexual Risk Reduction Trial (supplement)National Institute of Mental Health/NIH 552,707Dec 2003 - Nov 2004Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (David Holtgrave, PI)HIV Prevention, Cost-Utility Analysis and Race/EthnicityNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 191,250Aug 2003 - July 2005Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Natalya Revzina, MD)CDC and Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 86,600July 1, 2002 - June 2005Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Elizabeth Woods, PI)HIV Prevention: Providers as Agents of Change for YouthNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (R03 MH065152) 162,200Feb 2003 - Jan 2007Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Richard Rothenberg, PI)Behavioral Clustering in Adolescents with STDsNational Institute of Child Health & Human Development/NIH(R01 HD043678) 2,546,873Oct 1997 - August 2002Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention in High-Risk AdolescentsCenter for Mental Health Services/SAMHSA 1,162,467April 2002 - Mar 2007Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)HIV Sexual Risk-Reduction Interventions for African-American CouplesNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH 4,746,875Sept 2000 - Sept 2005Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Co-Principal Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)STARS: Students Talking About Real SolutionsNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH/(1R01 MH62717) 2,506,553Sept 2001 -Aug 2002Principal Investigator13

Project Title:Source:Total Cost:HIV Prevention for High-Risk Youth on St. MaartenOffice of AIDS Research/NIH (supplement) 157,689Dec 2001 - Dec 2003Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Richard Crosby, PI)Partner Notification to Identify & Diagnose Asymptomatic HSV-2GlaxoSmithKline 199,025Oct 1995 - April 2002Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorUsing Social Networks to Reduce Risky Sex in HIV WomenNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (R01 MH55726) 1,810,769Oct 1995 - April 2001Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention in African-American Adolescent FemalesNational Institute of Mental Health/NIH (R01 MH 54412) 1,841,353Oct 1998 - April 2002Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorA Risk-Reduction Intervention for Urban HIV WomenOffice of AIDS Research/NIH (supplement) 159,932Jan 1998 - Nov 2001Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSubstance Use as a Moderator of Treatment Efficacy in a Sexual RiskReduction InterventionNational Institute on Drug Abuse (supplement) 363,850July 2000 - June 2002Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Kim Williams, PhD)CDC and Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 80,600Aug 2001 - July 2003Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Delia Lang, PhD)CDC and Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 80,600Sept 1999 - Aug 2003Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Richard Rothenberg, PI)Adolescents in the Drug Culture and STD TransmissionNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 1,108,07214

Sept 1999 - Aug 2003Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Steven Nesheim, PI)Mother Infant Rapid Intervention at Delivery (MIRIAD)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U64/CC U417719) 1,487,338July 1998 - June 2001Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Richard Crosby, PhD)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Association of Teachers ofPreventive Medicine 80,600July 1998 - June 2001Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Catlainn Sionean, PhD)CDC and Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 80,600Sept 1997 - Aug 1999Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorHIV Prevention in Rural Pregnant African-American YouthOffice of AIDS Research 368,633The objectives of the proposed project are to develop, implement andevaluate a primary prevention project to reduce HIV/STD-associated sexualrisk behaviors among rural, pregnant African-American adolescent females.Jan 1997 - July 1998Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Principal InvestigatorVictims of Partner Violence: Adverse Sexual & Mental Health ConsequencesUAB Center for Social Medicine and Sexually Transmitted Diseases 13,500July 1997 - June 1999Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Robert Pack, PhD)CDC and Prevention/Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 80,600Jan 1996 - July 1996Project Title:Source:Total Costs:Investigator (Gina Wingood, PI)STD Risk Practices among Women in Domestic Violent SheltersUAB Center for Social Medicine and Sexually Transmitted Diseases 15,000July 1996 - June 1998Project Title:Source:Total Cost:Principal InvestigatorSTD/HIV Prevention Fellowship (for Anita Raj, PhD)CDC and Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 74,600July 1995 - June 1999Principal Investigator (Edward Hook, III, PI for Center)15

Project Title:Source:Total Costs:A Targeted Intervention to Prevent Recurrent UrethritisNational Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH) 328,801 (project only costs)Develop a clinic risk-reduction intervention for men with urethritis.Sept 1995 -

Finalist, Atlanta Health Heroes Award, May, 2009. Appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors, Coordinating Center for Infectious Diseases, United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2008-2011 . Appointed to the National Advisory Mental Health Council, National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, 2008-2012

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Following is the recommended format for a curriculum vitae and bibliography at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. All faculty members should maintain a complete and up-to-date curriculum vitae and bibliography.

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