University of Miami Developmental HIV/AIDS Mental Health Research Center (D-ARC)

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

PROJECT NARRITIVE This proposal for what would be the first NIMH Developmental Mental Health HIV/AIDS Center (D- ARC) from the University Of Miami (UM) has exceptionally high public health significance; the D-ARC would be situated in one of the hardest hit geographic areas affected by the epidemic, at an institution with a strong and growing faculty of mental health HIV/AIDS researchers with ties to the local health departments, and to the local community. The proposed D-ARC will catalyze high-impact research efforts addressing mental health disparities, answering key questions related to HIV prevention and care starting in a domestic epicenter, with implications that can be applied broadly, and stimulate growth to a full-fledged MH-ARC. The focus of expertise and center activities on those most at risk for not achieving U.S. and U.N. end-the-epidemic goals is an excellent match for the geographic area facing health and mental health disparities driving the HIV epidemic.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date3/22/192/28/23

Funding

  • National Institute of Mental Health: $791,174.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $827,750.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $301,000.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $1,109,999.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $301,000.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $150,500.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $350,575.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $820,812.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $301,000.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $150,500.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $4,764,597.00
  • National Institute of Mental Health: $150,500.00

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