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Dr. Andre L Brown, PhD, MPH

Post-Doctoral Scholar, Behavioral and Community Health Sciences

Contact

R-znvy: NOEBJA2@cvgg.rqh
Primary Phone: 967-179-4602


Personal Statement

My research examines the social and cultural factors influencing Black men’s sexual behaviors. I have a particular interest in exploring how Black men’s engagement in sexual concurrency is impacted by their stress-coping behaviors in response to diminished socioeconomic and educational capacity, gender role strain, and experiences of race and sexual orientation-based stigma and discrimination.  I am interested in translating the findings from my research into policies and programs which improve the health and life expectancy of Black men.


Education

2005 | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI | Bachelor of Arts

2007 | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC | Master of Public Health

2016 | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC | Doctor of Philosophy


Teaching

Public Health Education Department-North Carolina Central University

Adjunct Instructor                                                                


01/2016-05/2016

Course Title: Fundamentals of Epidemiology & Biostatistics

01/2013-12/2015

Course Title: Personal Health

Health Behavior Department-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Teaching Assistant

08/2013-12/2013

Course Title: Interventions and Evaluation

01/2013-05/2013         

Course Title: Health Behavior Health Education Practice II

08/2012-12/2012         

Course Title: Health Behavior Health Education Practice I


Selected Publications

Powell, WA; Taggart, TT; Richmond, J; Adams, LB; & Brown, A. (2016). They can't breathe: Why neighborhoods also matter for African American male health. In L. M. Burton, D. Burton, S. M. McHale, V. King, and J. Van Hook (Eds.), Boys and Men in African American Families. New
York: Springer.

 

Matthews,D. D., Smith, J. C., Brown, A. L., & Malebranche, D. J. (2016). Reconciling Epidemiology and Social Justice in the Public Health Discourse around the Sexual Networks of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men. American Journal of Public Health, 106(5), 808-814.


Isler, M. R., Brown, A. L., Eley, N., Mathews, A., Batten, K., Rogers, R., ...

& MacQueen, K. M. (2014). Curriculum development to increase minority

research literacy for HIV prevention research: A CBPR approach. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 8(4), 511-521.

 

Fisher-Borne, M & Brown, AL. A Case Study Using Photovoice to Explore Racial and Social Identity and Contextualize HIV Risk among Young Black Men: Implications for Social Work Research and Practice. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work. (In Press)

Andre L Brown
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