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Cocaine is associated with a range of negative health consequences and plays an important role in the HIV epidemic. There is an urgent need to develop effective treatments to reduce cocaine use and associated harm. This presentation will share results from a recent pharmacologic intervention study to treat cocaine use disorder among cisgender men who have sex with men. 

Glenn-Milo Santos is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Health Systems, with a secondary appointment at the Division of Prevention Sciences, where he serves as a Co-Director for the Traineeships in AIDS Prevention Studies (TAPS) postdoctoral fellowship program. His research program focuses on the intersection between substance use and HIV risk, and endeavors to develop efficacious interventions that jointly address these public health issues. 

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