Ca-IeDEA investigators are looking into the intersection of HIV treatment outcomes and various contextual determinants and co-morbidities.
Investigators have been exploring patient outcomes related to the HIV care cascade following the expansions of treatment eligibility criteria.
Investigators affiliated with Central Africa IeDEA are examining the influence of climate change on HIV care and care outcomes.
CA-IeDEA investigators are undertaking a number of analyses to determine the effect of exposure to HIV and ART on pregnancy outcomes.
Ongoing multiregional research focuses on the intersection of mental health and HIV treatment outcomes and the integration of mental health and HIV care.
A number of studies are underway assessing impact of substance use among people living with HIV.
The SRN is a prospective interval observational cohort investigating non-communicable diseases (NCDs) among adults living with HIV.
The TB-SRN is a prospective observational study examining the effect of HIV on post-treatment pulmonary function and the incidence and predictors of recurrent TB.
AYANI is an observational cohort study exploring biological, mental, social, and cultural factors that affect HIV care outcomes among adolescents and young adults.