HPTN 061 Table of Concepts Approved for Development into Manuscripts

No. Concept Title Primary Author Name & Email Status Further Details
1 Sociocultural and Psychological Factors as Predictors of HIV Sexual Risk Behavior in Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) from 6 US cities Leo Wilton Not published, working on Click
2 STD Prevalence and Incidence Among Black MSM in HPTN 061 Ken Mayer Not published, working on Click
3 Overlapping Risk Factors for HIV among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in 6 US Cities John Williams Published Click
4 Types of female partners reported by Black men who have sex with men and women (MSMW) and associations with intercourse frequency, unprotected sex and HIV and STI prevalence Nina Harawa Published Click
5 Engaging, Recruiting, and Retaining Black Men who Have Sex with Men in Research Studies: Don’t underestimate the importance of staffing— Lessons Learned from HPTN 061, The BROTHERS Study Manya Magnus Published Click
6 It’s Not Right, But It’s Ok: The Paradoxical Relationship of the Black Church in the Lives of Black MSM   Free Click
7 Community Norms, Stigma, and Perceptions About the AIDS Epidemic among Black MSM: A Qualitative Investigation Leo Wilton Not published, working on Click
8 Lessons Learned: Clinical Supervision of Peer Navigators in a Community-Level Intervention for Black Men who Have Sex with Men Natalie Humphrey Not published, working on Click
9 A Study of Perceived Racial Discrimination in Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) and Its Association with Healthcare Utilization and HIV Testing Risha Irvin Published Click
10 Differences in Substance Use, Psychosocial Characteristics and HIV-Related Sexual Risk Behavior Between Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Only (BMSMO) and Black Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women (BMSMW) in Six US Cities

Typhanye Penniman Dyer

Published Click
11 The High Prevalence of Incarceration History Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States: Associations and Implications Russell Brewer Published Click
12 Pathways from Non-Affirming Childhood Religious Affiliation to Adulthood HIV Risk in Black Men who Have Sex with Men LaRon Nelson Published Click
13 Sexual Networks and HIV Risk among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (BMSM) in the U.S. (HPTN 061) Hong Van Tieu Published Click
14 Analysis of Seroadaptive Practices in Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)-HPTN 061 Cohort Risha Irvin Published Click
15 Exploring the relationship between incarceration and HIV among Black men who have sex with men in the United States Russell Brewer Published Click
16 Sex and the Cities: Examining Place and HIV Risk Behaviors among Black MSM LaRon Nelson Published Click
17 Developing a comprehensive understanding of the substance use and sexual risk profile for female partners of Black MSM/W Typhanye Penniman Not published, working on Click
18 Social Network Factors as Correlates and Predictors of High Depressive Symptoms Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in HPTN 061 Carl Latkin Published Click
19 Qualitative Analysis of Social and Sexual Network Characteristics of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in HPTN 061 in NYC   Free Click
20 Changes in Sexual and Gender Identity and Their Associations with Internalized Homophobia Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the HPTN 061 BROTHERS Cohort Gregory Phillips Published Click
21 Heterogeneity of Structural Needs of HPTN 061 Participants   Free Click
22 Geographical Differences, Substance Use, and HIV Risk Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Irene Kuo Not published, working on Click
23 Utilizing Peer Health Navigation to Enhance Participant Retention in an HIV Prevention Trial for Black MSM in 6 US Cities Darrell Wheeler, Julie Franks, Paula Frew Not published, working on Click
24 Socioeconomic, Behavioral, and Biological Factors Associated with the Disproportionate HIV Infection Burden among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in 6 U.S. Cities Ken Mayer Published Click
25 Infrequent HIV Testing and Late HIV Diagnosis Are Common Among US Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (BMSM) Sharon Mannheimer Published Click
26 Sexual Network Dynamics of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in HPTN 061: Longitudinal Analysis Hong Van Tieu

Not published, working on

Click
27 Alcohol Use, Socio-Cultural Factors, and HIV Sexual Risk Behavior among Black MSM in 6 US Cities Leo Wilton

Not published, working on

Click
28 Crack Cocaine Use, Mental Health Factors, and HIV Sexual Risk Behavior among Black MSM in Six US Cities

Leo Wilton

Not published, working on Click
29 Correlates of HIV Acquisition in a Cohort of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the United States: HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) 061 Beryl Koblin Published Click
30 Differential Patterns of Risk and Vulnerability Suggest the Need for Novel Prevention Strategies for Black Bisexual Men in the HPTN 061 Study Typhanye Penniman Published Click
31 HIV Testing Patterns among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Qualitative Typology Sophia Hussen Published Click
32 Latino ethnicity, HIV risk correlates, and high-risk sexual behavior among HIV-negative Black MSM (HPTN 061) Andres Bedoya Not published, working on Click
33 A Comparison of Referred Sexual Partners to Their Community Recruited Counterparts in HPTN 061 (The Brothers Project) Grace Hall Published Click
34 Alcohol use and HIV sexual risk behavior among Black MSMW   Free Click
35

Sexual Behavior and Network Characteristics and Their Association with Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infections among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the United States

Hyman Scott Published Click
36 Examination of the relations between unstable housing and other poverty indicators and sexual risk among Black MSM with a history of childhood sexual abuse Sannisha Dale Not Published Click
37 The Association Between Condomless Anal Sex and Social Support Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) in Six U.S. Cities: A Study Using Data From the HIV Prevention Trials Network BROTHERS Study (HPTN 061) Keith Hermanstyne Published Click
38 Sexual Networks, Dyadic Characteristics, and HIV Acquisition and Transmission Behaviors Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in 6 US Cities DeMarc Hickson Published Click
39 Evaluation of the independent cross-sectional associations of CSA with sexual partnership and relationship characteristics AA MSM in the HPTN 061 DeMarc Hickson Not published, working on Click
40 Correlates of HIV Treatment Optimism among a Cohort of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Matthew Levy Published Click
41 Effects of Incarceration on HIV Transmission in Black Men who Have Sex with Men Maria Kahn Not Published Click
41a Substance Use among Recently Incarcerated Black Men Who Have Sex with Men and Black Transgender Women in Six US Cities: The HPTN 061 Study Jonathan Feelemyer Approved for publication Click
41b Lifetime Burden of Incarceration and Violence, Internalized Homophobia, and HIV/STI Risk among Urban Men who Have Sex with Men in the HPTN 061 Study Joy Scheidell Under review at AIDS and Behavior Click
41c Police Harassment and Psychosocial Vulnerability, Distress, and Depressive Symptoms Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the U.S.: Longitudinal Analysis of HPTN 061 Molly Remch Submitted to MRC Click
41d Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms and Incarceration: The Impact on Sexual Risk-taking and Sexually Transmitted Infection among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Faith Scanlon Submitted for presentation for APA conference Click
41e Interactions between Racism, Homophobia, Incarceration, and HIV Testing in HPTN 061: The Brothers Study Rodman Turpin Submitted to MRC Click
42 Intimate partner violence (IPV) and HIV testing frequency Stephanie Lau Not Published Click
43 Development and Validation of the Personalized Sexual Health Promotion (SexPro) HIV Risk Prediction Model for Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States Hyman Scott Published Click
44 Social Network Support and Decreased Risk of Seroconversion in Black MSM: Results of the BROTHERS (HPTN 061) Study Keith Hermanstyne Published Click
45 Short Communication: Viral Genetic Linkage Analysis Among Black Men Who Have Sex With Men (HIV Prevention Trials Network 061) Victor DeGruttola Published Click
46 HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infection, and Substance Use Continuum of Care Interventions Among Criminal Justice-Involved Black Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Systematic Review Nina Harawa Published Click
47 Disclosure of HIV Status and HIV Sexual Transmission Behaviors Among HIV-Positive Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in the BROTHERS (HPTN 061) Study Chukwuemeka Okafor Published Click
48 Latent Profile Analysis of a Syndemic of Vulnerability Factors on Incident STI among Black Gay and Bisexual Men in the HPTN 061 Study Typhanye Penniman Dyer Not published, working on Click
49 Ecological and Syndemic Predictors of Drug Use During Sex and Transactional Sex Among US Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Secondary Data Analysis from HPTN 061 Natalie LeBlanc Not published, working on Click
50 Differences in Demographic, Behavioral, and Psycho-social Factors and HIV Testing History among Black Men who have Sex with Men Stephaun Wallace Completed dissertation Click
51 The Role of Faith Institutions, and Religious and Spiritual Experiences in HIV Prevention and Care Strategies among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Yusuf Ransome Not published, working on Click
52 Seroadaptation Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men Associated with Social Network and Modified by Age and Stigma Circe LeCompte Not published, working on Click
53 Syndemic Stress Factors and Substance Use among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (BMSM) Don Operario Not published, working on Click
54 Estimating HIV Risk Reduction Attributable to PrEP Access and Proper PrEP Usage Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the United States Sahar Zangeneh Not published, working on Click
55 Accessing and Utilizing HIV Testing Services Among Black MSM: Applying the Andersen’s Behavioral Model of Health Services for Vulnerable Population Naana Cleland Not published, working on Click
56 Examining How the Perceived Acceptance of Homosexuality in One's Religious Body Impacts the Mental Health and Substance Use Patterns of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men (BMSM) DaRel M. Barksdale Not published, working on Click
57 Association of sexual identity with external homophobia, internalized homophobia, and sexual risk behavior Rodman Turpin Not published, working on Click
58 A Latent Profile Analysis of Substance Abuse, Violence, and AIDS Syndemic Variables and Relationship to Sexual Risk Hugh F. Crean Not published, working on Click
59 Interaction of religion/spirituality with internalized HIV stigma, depression, alcohol use, and sexual risk among Black men who have sex with men: The six city HPTN 061 study Tamara Taggart Not published, working on Click
60 Incidence of Bacterial Sexually Transmitted Infections and Associated Risk Factors Among a Longitudinal Cohort of Black MSM in the United States Kenneth Mayer Not published, working on Click
61 Latent Transition Analysis of a Multi-component Behavioral Syndemic Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men in the HPTN 061 Cohort: Interactions Between Social Support, Trauma, and Behavioral Health Rodman Turpin Not published, working on Click