Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Angulique Outlaw, Ph.D.

Administrative Title

Associate Professor, Full-time

Office Address

60 W. Hancock

Office Phone

(313) 577-0791

Biography

Dr. Angulique Y. Outlaw is an Associate Professor (Research) in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Division of Behavioral Health. She is a pediatric psychologist with significant expertise in designing, implementing, and evaluating interventions for high-risk youth utilizing community-based participatory research (CBPR) practices. Dr. Outlaw has extensive CBPR expertise and experience with at-risk and youth living with HIV, authoring a book chapter about community-based intervention research with minority young men who have sex with men (YMSM). She also has experience with multi-site evaluation studies via NIH-funded clinical trials (PI, Co-I), the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC; Consortium PI), and HRSA Special Projects of National Significance (PI, Co-I). Dr. Outlaw is the lead for the National Youth Community Advisory Board (NYCAB) for the Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions (ATN), as well as the lead for Community Engagement and Site PI for the NIH site grant to Florida State University for the ATN (U19 mechanism), Shia is the Evaluator (Consortium PI) for a comprehensive service provision project for men who have sex with men (MSM) at risk for and living with HIV to improve the coordination of service providers, services, and trainers and technical assistance providers to ensure culturally, developmentally, and linguistically competent service provision (CDC funded). Finally, Dr. Outlaw is the Director of Prevention Programming for a grant-funded, comprehensive continuum of care program for at-risk youth and youth living with HIV ages 13-24, with several locally funded projects (via state and foundation funding) focusing on HIV testing, PrEP education, referral and linkage; group-level, skills building HIV prevention programming (primary and secondary prevention); and health promotion for youth and young adults living with HIV (tobacco reduction and/or cessation).

Please see Dr. Outlaw's CV.

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