The Center for Gender, Sexuality and HIV Prevention is the behavioral research arm of the Division of Adolescent Medicine. The Center conducts research exploring a range of multidisciplinary academic subjects including sexual health, gender, sexuality, fertility, HIV prevention, behavioral health, and health disparities affecting adolescent and young adult populations.
The Center partners with community and academic organizations to support interdisciplinary collaboration and to design projects with a long-lasting public health significance.
The Center is also a Center for Research Excellence within Stanley Manne Children’s Research Institute.
To inquire about research or collaboration opportunities, please contact us at CenterforGSHP@luriechildrens.org.
Photo: Division of Adolescent Medicine staff presenting its diverse research at the Lurie Children's Research Scholar Day.