Kristen D. Krause, PhD, MPH (she/her/hers), is an instructor of urban health in the Department of Urban-Global Public Health and the deputy director of the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies at the School of Public Health. She has expertise in HIV/AIDS, aging, resilience, vaccine sentiments, and broader LGBTQ health disparities. More specifically, her work examines resilience as it relates to biological, psychological, and social health states among older gay HIV-positive men.
She previously was a TL1 predoctoral fellow at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at NYU Langone Health, and she received the Stuart D. Cook Excellence in Research Award from the Rutgers School of Public Health for her dissertation work. She is involved with the LGBTQ Health Caucus of the American Public Health Association as the program chair-elect and is a reviewer on the Rutgers Institutional Review Board. She is the founding deputy editor of Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health, a journal geared toward the health and well-being of sexual and gender diverse communities, and the deputy editor of Behavioral Medicine.
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