The Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS) is a nationally recognized center for the study of LGBTQ health with a focus on the disparities of infectious diseases including HIV, substance use, and mental health burden.
The CHIBPS research team is composed of individuals from a variety of disciplines including psychology, public health, social work, and neuroscience. For more information about the CHIBPS team and our community partners, please visit our Faculty & Staff page.
CHIBPS is an interdisciplinary research center within the Rutgers School of Public Health and a U=U Community Partner.
To learn more about our active research projects and find out how you can get involved, click here to see our current research studies.