2004 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2000 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
Thomas J. Coates mostly deals with Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Demography, Homosexuality, Gerontology and Psychiatry. His studies in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome integrate themes in fields like Family planning, Psychological intervention, Immunology and Public health. His Demography research incorporates themes from Men who have sex with men, Epidemiology, Cohort study, Serostatus and Risk factor.
His work carried out in the field of Homosexuality brings together such families of science as Clinical psychology, Health education, Cohort and Social support. His research investigates the connection with Gerontology and areas like Human sexuality which intersect with concerns in Immune deficiency syndrome, Developmental psychology, Disease, Attitude change and Knowledge level. His study in Psychiatry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Prospective cohort study and Social issues.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Demography, Family medicine, Gerontology and Psychological intervention. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Homosexuality, Immunology and Public health. Thomas J. Coates interconnects Internal medicine and Incidence in the investigation of issues within Immunology.
His Public health study combines topics in areas such as Psychiatry and Unsafe Sex. As a part of the same scientific study, Thomas J. Coates usually deals with the Demography, concentrating on Men who have sex with men and frequently concerns with Gonorrhea. In his study, Voluntary counseling and testing and Intervention is strongly linked to Randomized controlled trial, which falls under the umbrella field of Family medicine.
His primary scientific interests are in Men who have sex with men, Psychological intervention, Young adult, Family medicine and Demography. His research integrates issues of Gynecology, Incidence, Gerontology and Gonorrhea in his study of Men who have sex with men. His Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intervention, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Public health, Hazard ratio and Mental health.
His Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surgery, Poisson regression and Health education. Thomas J. Coates has researched Young adult in several fields, including Cross-sectional study, Psychiatry, Randomized controlled trial, Immunology and Mass screening. His Demography study deals with Unsafe Sex intersecting with Social psychology and Sex work.
His main research concerns Young adult, Men who have sex with men, Psychological intervention, Randomized controlled trial and Gerontology. His Young adult research includes themes of Cross-sectional study, Psychiatry, Demography, False positive HIV test and Mass screening. His Men who have sex with men research includes elements of Intervention, Serostatus, Unsafe Sex and Gonorrhea.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Environmental health, Program evaluation, Family medicine, Public health and Hazard ratio in addition to Psychological intervention. His Randomized controlled trial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Voluntary counseling and testing and Referral. Gerontology is closely attributed to Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in his work.
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Methodological problems in AIDS behavioral research: influences on measurement error and participation bias in studies of sexual behavior.
Joseph A. Catania;David R. Gibson;Dale D. Chitwood;Thomas J. Coates.
Psychological Bulletin (1990)
Towards an Understanding of Risk Behavior: An AIDS Risk Reduction Model (ARRM)
Joseph A. Catania;Susan M. Kegeles;Thomas J. Coates.
Health Education Quarterly (1990)
Stigma in the HIV/AIDS epidemic: a review of the literature and recommendations for the way forward.
Anish P Mahajan;Jennifer N Sayles;Vishal A Patel;Robert H Remien.
Behavioural strategies to reduce HIV transmission: how to make them work better
Thomas J Coates;Linda Richter;Carlos Caceres.
The Lancet (2008)
Risk factors for HIV infection among men who have sex with men.
Beryl A Koblin;Marla J Husnik;Grant Colfax;Yijian Huang.
Alcohol use, drug use and alcohol-related problems among men who have sex with men: the Urban Men's Health Study.
Ron Stall;Jay P. Paul;Greg Greenwood;Lance M. Pollack.
The Mpowerment Project: a community-level HIV prevention intervention for young gay men.
S M Kegeles;R B Hays;T J Coates.
American Journal of Public Health (1996)
Alcohol and Drug Use During Sexual Activity and Compliance with Safe Sex Guidelines for AIDS: The AIDS Behavioral Research Project
Ron Stall;Leon McKusick;James Wiley;Thomas J. Coates.
Health Education & Behavior (1986)
AIDS and sexual behavior reported by gay men in San Francisco.
L McKusick;W Horstman;T J Coates.
American Journal of Public Health (1985)
Depressive Symptoms and CD4 Lymphocyte Decline Among HIV-Infected Men
Jeffrey H. Burack;Donald C. Barrett;Ron D. Stall;Margaret A. Chesney.
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