Category: Fordham University HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Now Accepting Applications: Fordham/Santander Universities International Student Scholarship in Ethics Education
‘Goodness of Fit Ethics’ to Promote Health Research for LGBT Youth
Fordham RETI Fellow Discusses Addiction with U.S. Surgeon General on NPR
Now Accepting Applications: Fordham University’s Master’s Degree in Ethics and Society and the HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Fordham RETI Fellow Addresses Stigma for HIV-Positive Gay and Bisexual Men
RETI Fellow Examines Intersectional Stigma for HIV-Positive African American Women
Welcome 2016 HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute Fellows!
Fordham RETI Fellows Present at PRIM&R Annual Meeting
Voices in HIV Research: How the Fordham Research Ethics Training Institute Shapes the Next Generation of Leaders
Fordham’s Dr. Celia B. Fisher on Charlie Sheen’s HIV disclosures: ‘Sex workers may not have the economic or social power to say no’
‘High-Profile and HIV+’ Revives Ethical Questions
Dr. Celia B. Fisher Presents Webinar on Ethics in Adolescent HIV Prevention Research: Youth and Parent Perspectives
Fordham RETI Fellow Addresses HIV Prevention & PrEP-Related Stigma
Minimal risk and minimal experience: Can researchers competently navigate OHRP’s new risk categories?
Fordham RETI Fellow Receives $100K Grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Fordham RETI Faculty Member: Heroin Epidemic is Public Health Problem, Not Criminal Issue
Fordham RETI Fellows Publish in Ethics & Behavior Special Issue
Fordham RETI Santander Universities Fellow Tackles HIV Prevention in India through Research & Clinical Practice
Fordham RETI Fellow Publishes Editorial in The Lancet on Trafficking, Migration & Health
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