The theme for the INS 2019 Annual Meeting in New York City is: Embracing the Biopsychosocial Melting Pot. This year mimics past years as researchers from the HNRP present a myriad of research topics related to cognition, HIV, substance use, medical measures and behavior. 


Campbell L. Use of neuroimaging to inform optimal neurocognitive criteria for detecting HIV associated brain abnormalities.

Hussain M, Morgan E, Iudicello J, Heaton R, Grant I. Loneliness predicts risky sexual beliefs and intentions in Methamphetamine dependent (MA+) individuals.

Hussain M, Kamalan L, Diaz M, Umlauf A, Franklin D, Cherner M, Rivera-Mindt M, Artiola I Fortuny L, Heaton R. Predictors of neurocognitive impairment in Spanish-speaking Latinos living with HIV in the United States using newly developed neuropsychological test norms.

Paolillo E, Pasipanodya E, Montoya J, Moore R, and Moore D. Perceived cognitive difficulties among middle-aged to older adults living with HIV: Longitudinal associations with global cognitive functioning and depressive symptoms.

Saloner R. COMT VAL158 MET polymorphism, cardiometabolic risk, and nadir CD4 synergistically increase risk for HIV associated neurocognitive impairment.

Saloner R. Neurocognitive super aging in older adults living with HIV: Demographic, neuromedical and everyday functioning correlates.

Watson W. Cannabis exposure is associated with less neurocognitive impairment in people living with HIV.