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Below are currently funded National Institute of Health Projects involving LGBT Populations, excluding projects solely focused on HIV-related issues. We hope that you find this information helpful. To do further research, information on each project can be found in the CRISP database: http://crisp.cit.nih.gov. To use CRISP, click on the graphic on the left that says "Go to CRISP query form." You can then go down to "PI Name" and type in the name of the Principal Investigator that you're interested in. Click "Submit Query" and the grant information will come up. If there's more than one grant for the PI, you'll get a list and you can then click on each one.

Principal Investigator, Institution, "Project Title"

J. Michael Bailey, Northwestern Univ., "Is Female Sexual Arousal Target Specific?"

Kristin P. Beals, UCLA, "Stigmatized Identity, Psychological and Physical Health"

Sheri A. Berenbaum, Penn State Univ., "Hormonal Influences on Human Sexually-Dimorphic Behavior"

Melissa P. Clark, Brown Univ., "Comprehensive Cancer Screenings Among Unmarried Women"

Susan D. Cochran/Vickie Mays, UCLA, "Mental Health Disorders in a Sexual Minority Population"

Anthony R. D'Augelli, Penn State Univ., "Victimization and Mental Health Among High Risk Youths"

Rafael M. Diaz, San Francisco State Univ., "Drug Use and Risky Sexual Behavior in Latino Gay Men"

Noreen W. Esposito, Columbia University, "Pilot--Experiencing Discrimination: Instrument Development"

Michael J. Feldman, New York State Psychiatric Institute, "Adolescent Substance Use, Suicide, and Sexual Orientation"

Perry N. Halkitis, New York Univ., "Club Drug Use and Men's Health--A Community Study"

Melissa M. Hines, UCLA, "Hormonal Influences on Neural-Behavioral Development"

Tonda L. Hughes, Univ. of Illinois, Chicago, "Sexual Identity and Drinking: A Longitudinal Followup"

Gary L. Humfleet, Univ. of California, San Francisco, "LGBT Internet-based Smoking Treatment"

Emilia L. Lombardi, UCLA, "Substance Use and Treatment Within a Transgender Sample"

Ruth E. Malone, Univ. of California, San Francisco, "Tobacco Industry Targeting of Gays and Lesbians"

Ilan H. Meyer, Columbia Univ., "Stress, Identity, and Mental Health"

Heino Meyer-Bahlburg, Columbia Univ., "Psychobiology of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)"

Claude J. Migeonm, Johns Hopkins Univ., "Study of Women with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia"

William G. Reiner, Johns Hopkins Univ., "Gender Identity--Sex Reassignment Due to Genital Defects"

Elizabeth M. Saewyc, Univ. of Minnesota, "Bisexual Youth in Risk and Resilience Studies"

Lowell J. Taylor, Carnegie Mellon Univ., "Demographic Study of Alternative Household Structures"

Karina L. Walters, Univ. of Washington, "Health Survey of Two-Spirited Native Americans"

Dorinda L. Welle, National Development & Research Institutes, "LGBTQ Youth: Developmental Complexity in the Age of HIV"

Frank Y. Wong, George Washington Univ., "Sexuality, HIV, and Drug Use in 3 Groups of Asian Gay/Bi/MSM"

Rebecca M. Young, National Development & Research Institutes, "Measuring Sexual Minority Status Among Women Drug Users"


The Family Acceptance Project

A community research and provider training initiative to study the impact of family acceptance and rejection on the health and development of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) and transgender youth who identify as LGB.


 
 
     

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