Jacob J. van den Berg is a lead author of an article published in January 2018 with colleagues from The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions in one of the top-tiered journals in the field on partner notification among youth living with HIV in the United States.
Jacob is also a co-author of an article published in January 2018 with colleagues from The Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions in one of the top-tiered journals in the field on the HIV Continuum of Care among youth living with HIV in the United States.
Along with colleagues from The Miriam and Memorial Hospitals, Jacob is a lead author on a publication from February 2018 in a premiere journal in the substance use field on comparing the validity of self-report to urinalysis for substances used by former inmates in the northeastern United States.
Together with colleagues from The Miriam Hospital and Regional Health Departments, Jacob has collaborated on a published paper in an excellent open access journal in February 2018 that examines the partner notification process for HIV and other STIs throughout New England.
Along with colleagues from the Schools of Public Health at Brown and the University of Michigan, Jacob published our work investigating health disparities among sexual minority African American men and women from a national health database.
Finally, with Yale's Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Jacob co-organized and presented at the Network retreat held in Mystic, CT on March 2, 2018. This meeting brought together members of the Network to focus on utilizing implementation science to reduce new HIV infections in small urban areas throughout New England.