Establishing a Research Program in Response to a Public Health Crisis

  • Ellen Stover
  • Willo Pequegnat


The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) supports both behavioral and neuroscience research focused on HIV infection and AIDS. These studies have been designed to understand how the virus affects the central nervous system and to identify strategies to change high-risk behaviors that place individuals at risk for HIV infection.


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  • Ellen Stover
  • Willo Pequegnat

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