HIV, iRace

Zach Mannes presents research project

  • Text Hover
On Friday, November 13th, Zach Mannes presented his work entitled “The Association of Loneliness, Substance Use, and Gender: A Study of HIV+ Low Resource Adults 50+” at the annual Clinical and Health Psychology’s Fall Research Symposium. Fall Symposium is a day when 2nd year Clinical and Health Psychology students present on a research project they completed during their 1st and 2nd years of study.  Zach’s presentation was adapted from a full manuscript entitled “Loneliness and Substance Use: The Influence of Gender among HIV+ Black/African Americans Adults 50+,” which was recently accepted for publication in AIDS Care, Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV. This paper will be published online, December 21, 2015.

Zach would like to thank his mentor, Dr. Nicole Ennis, and his fellow lab mates for their guidance and mentorship during his time at the University of Florida!
  • Text Hover