InCHIP Interview: Behavioral and social aspects of HIV

InCHIP experts in the behavioral and social aspects of HIV, Seth Kalichman, PhD and Lisa Eaton, PhD, discuss successes with the HIV epidemic to date, and present challenges and opportunities for continued progress. Dr. Kalichman, a UConn Professor of Psychological Sciences, is the Director of the Southeast HIV/AIDS Research and Evaluation (SHARE) Project, a community-based research site located in Atlanta. He also has been conducting HIV/AIDS research in South Africa since 2000. Dr. Eaton is a UConn Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies and Associate Director of SHARE Project with primary interests in stigma and health disparities among race and sexual orientation minority populations.