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José Arturo Bauermeister, M.P.H., Ph.D., is Albert M. Greenfield Professor of Human Relations and Chair of the Department of Family and Community Health. His research integrates perspectives from public health, social science, medicine, and human sexuality to create interdisciplinary strategies to curtail health disparities among sexual and gender minority adolescents and young adults. His work has been published in over 200 scientific publications and book chapters in the areas of HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ health, and cognitive and emotional well-being. He has been funded for $30 million as principal investigator in federal and foundation awards and for over $120 million as co-investigator in federally funded research. He serves in the National Institutes of Health’s Sexual and Gender Research Working Group and the Population and Public Health Approaches to HIV/AIDS Study Section. Dr. Bauermeister is Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Fellow of the Aspen Institute’s 2019 class of Health Innovators Fellows, and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

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