Best intentions, worst outcomes: Ethical and legal challenges for international research involving sex workers

Central America hosts a thriving sex work industry that is a key source and transit region for sex trafficking and … More

Voices in HIV Research: How the Fordham Research Ethics Training Institute Shapes the Next Generation of Leaders

            One of the major strengths of the Fordham University HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research … More

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’

  While there has been no shortage of coverage of actor Charlie Sheen’s announcement last week that he is HIV … More

Fordham RETI Fellow Publishes Editorial in The Lancet on Trafficking, Migration & Health

Fordham University HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute (RETI) Fellow Dr. Shira Goldenberg of the University of British Columbia … More

Fordham RETI fellow examines gender-based violence, HIV, and the intersection of these two health threats

As a teenager growing up in Massachusetts, Elizabeth Reed became very familiar with scenarios of dating and sexual violence against … More