Update on the MFierce Community Dialogues

MFierce stands for Michigan Forward in Enhancing Research and Community Equity. The  purpose of MFierce is to build a coalition that includes community members in Southeast Michigan, health service providers, and researchers in order to reduce the STI/HIV burden among young trans women and gay and bisexual men. In Year 1, the collaboration aims to... Continue Reading →

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Trans Health Conference Report Back: Part 2

Triana This is the second in a series of posts relaying the reflections of the 13th Philadelphia Trans Health Conference. This is distillation of ideas, recommendations, and hopes presented at the conference. Missed Part 1? Read it here. Create stronger media. Representation in media and health education materials needs to shift as trans and GNC... Continue Reading →

Using community-academic partnerships to assess HIV risk factors

Alanna “Building Research Capacity in AIDS Service Organizations to Enhance HIV Prevention Efforts for Young MSM,” was presented at the American Public Health Association’s annual conference in 2013, by SexLab’s Emily Pingel and Jimena Loveluck, CEO of the HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC), one of SexLab's community partners. The project used a community-based participatory research (CBPR)... Continue Reading →

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