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CISIDAT is a health research consortium comprised of researchers of national and international repute. Our mission is to generate scientific evidence and support human resources in health fields in low and middle income countries. We strive to do this by providing strategic tools to the National Institutes of Health in Mexico and other academic institutions that promote research and capacity building in health; promoting academic excellence; and optimizing resources with transparency and ethics.


Expanding PrEP services with tele-counseling, HIV self-testing, and home delivery.

The general objective of the proposed research project is to assess the potential of remote PrEP services to optimize PrEP implementation among MSM and TM in Mexico. The proposed study will be integrated into Mexico’s national PrEP program, which will launch in the summer of 2021.

Pilot study to conduct chemical home assessments in the PROGRESS cohort.

The traditional methodology to investigate environmental chemical exposure patterns, which is part of a predetermined set of contaminants, investigates the source of exposure through questionnaires or specific biomarkers.

Developing a culturally appropriate social media outreach campaign to improve awareness and engagement in comprehensive HIV prevention services among Mexican adolescents and young men who have sex with men.

Our proposal aims to design and implement a tailored outreach campaign for Mexican adolescents and young MSM (AYMSM), to improve awareness, linkage, and enrollment in HIV prevention services, including PrEP.