FORMER POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS (since 2000)
Founded in 1989, the HIV Center's T32 postdoctoral fellowship program on Behavioral Sciences Research in HIV Infection (PI: Theo Sandfort, PhD) provides innovative postdoctoral training in sexuality, gender, and mental health research as applied to HIV prevention science. To date, 73 Fellows have completed the program; over three-quarters are in academic positions and more than 80% work in HIV-related fields.
The fellows are also exceptionally diverse and include clinical psychologists, medical doctors, anthropologists, social workers, social psychologists, and public health professionals; of the 7 in residence during the 2015-2016 academic year, 3 are members of ethnic minority groups and 6 are women.
Below is a list of former Fellows since 2000 with links to their current professional positions, where available:
David Knapp Whittier
Reuben N. Robbins
William Brown III, DrPH, PhD
Zoe Edelstein, PhD
Anya Spector, PhD, MSW
Shenell Evans, PhD
Omar Martinez, JD, MPH
Chukwuemeka Anyamele, MD, MPH