James W. Dilley, MD

Phone: 415-206-8430
UCSF Box: 0852
Email: james.dilley@ucsf.edu
UCSF Profile

Project Sponsor Location(s) Topics Start End
SFGH Psych Consult Liaison-GF City and County of San Francisco United States
Ward 86 Mental Health-GF City and County of San Francisco United States HIV/AIDS, Neurology and Mental Health
Changing HIV Transmission Behavior in HIV-Positive Men NIH National Institute of Mental Health United States HIV/AIDS, Risk Reduction and Prevention, Patient and Peer Education
Advancing HIV Prevention and Substance Abuse Prevention: HIV Testing Program City and County of San Francisco United States HIV/AIDS
AIDS Health Project (AHP) City and County of San Francisco United States HIV/AIDS
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) prevention counseling, oral and blood-based HIV rapid test training for HIV Counselors California Department of Public Health United States HIV/AIDS, Training and Capacity Building, Training International Scholars and Clinicians, Patient and Peer Education
UCSF Alliance Health Project--Mission Support United States HIV/AIDS, Engagement in Care, Treatment Adherence
STI Screening as a Combined HIV Prevention Platform for MSM in Peru University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Peru Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), HIV/AIDS, Epidemiology and Surveillance, Implementation and Behavioral Science, Engagement in Care
Epie-HIV Surveillance, Agreement Number: 13-10011 California Department of Public Health United States HIV/AIDS, Epidemiology and Surveillance
PrEP Navigators Services City and County of San Francisco United States HIV/AIDS, Engagement in Care, Treatment Adherence
Assertive Case Management and Motivational Interviewing SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services United States Substance Abuse
Assertive Case Management and Motivational Interviewing for Homeless or Marginally Housed MSM of Color Who Are Substance Users with Co-Occurring Mental Illness: a Program Expansion SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services United States Neurology and Mental Health, Access or Barriers to Care, Stigma and Discrimination, Implementation and Behavioral Science, Engagement in Care, Substance Abuse, Treatment Adherence, Health Systems Strengthening, Risk Reduction and Prevention