Ian Holloway, MPH, PhD (Faculty Mentor) Is Assistant Professor in the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and an expert in the analysis of relationships between social networks and sexual risk behavior and substance use among adolescents and MSM in the U.S. and Latin America. Dr. Holloway’s previous work has addressed how social networks of adolescents in Los Angeles influence substance use behavior, with recent work focused on the use of social networks and social network technologies as a platform for HIV prevention among African-American and Latino MSM in the U.S., Colombia, and the Dominican Republic.
Social network analysis
Combination HIV prevention
Selected Recent Publications:
Holloway IW, Pulsipher C, Gibbs J, Barman-Adhikari A, Rice E. Network influences on the sexual risk behaviors of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men using geosocial networking applications. AIDS Behav, In press.
Holloway IW, Rice E, Kipke MD. Venue-based network analysis to inform HIV prevention efforts among young gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Prev Sci. 2014 Jun;15(3):419-27.
Holloway IW, Rice E, Gibbs J, Winetrobe H, Dunlap S, Rhoades H. Acceptability of smartphone application-based HIV prevention among young men who have sex with men. AIDS Behav. 2014 Feb;18(2):285-96.
Young SD, Holloway I, Jaganath D, Rice E, Westmoreland D, Coates T. Project HOPE: online social network changes in an HIV prevention randomized control trial for African American and Latino Men who have Sex with Men. Am J Public Health. 2014 Sep;104(9):1707-12.
Applications for the 2020-21 class are now being accepted on a rolling basis.