Vance’s submission, “Aging with HIV: A Cross-Sectional Study of Co-morbidity Prevalence and Clinical Characteristics across Decades of Life”, ranked 22nd among the Top 25 Hottest Articles. It also was cited 59 times during the same time period, according to tracking data from Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
Vance is a psychologist who actively researches neurocognitive aging and HIV. He chairs the Neurocognitive Group of the Women’s Initiative HIV Study, a national longitudinal cohort study. His scholarship has led to numerous publications (+170 peer-reviewed articles) and presentations (+450) as well as being an invited member to a White House forum and an NIH Think Tank, both focused on aging with HIV.