Context-specific factors that drive HIV transmission among men who have sex with men: Modelling the role of behavioural, social and legal factors

Project Details


Men who have sex with men (MSM) are at high risk of HIV infection.
Behavioural, legal and social factors all contribute to this heightened
risk. Epidemiological analysis and modelling will be used to explore the
role of context-specific factors (e.g. chemsex in UK, stigma and
criminalisation in Africa) in elevating HIV transmission among MSM.
Effective start/end date4/10/211/04/24


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