We have received funding from “Seed Grants for Collaborations Between Cornell University-Ithaca and Weill Cornell Medical College Faculty” (PIs Young and Sirotin). This support will make possible the extension of our Ugandan study Pre-NAPS into Post-NAPS. Hurray!
Our paper about socio-demographic and biological correlates of enrollment into HIV care in Nyanza province, Kenya has been published in AIDS Care.
Our paper describing how soils eaten by Chacma baboons are high in clay content and low in bioavailable iron was published in the Journal of Chemical Ecology. Dr. Paula Pebsworth kindly provided a picture of geophagy in this population. Of note, this is Gretchen’s first published manuscript. Well done!