Characterizing Sleep, ART Adherence and Viral Suppression Among Black Sexual Minority Men
Funded by: National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
Project dates: September 2021 - July 2016
Principal Investigator: Duncan, Dustin
Principal Investigator: Schneider J

Using a syndemic and multi-level approach, this project seeks to investigate relationships between sleep and HIV treatment outcomes and behaviors (e.g., viral suppression and retention in care) among Black gay, bisexual and other sexual minority men. Findings from the study have significant implications for targeting contextually appropriate sleep and HIV interventions as there is a need for new approaches to inform the next generation of HIV interventions, especially for Black SMM.

Abstract on NIH RePORTER