Areas of Expertise
Primary and secondary prevention of HIV infection; symptom management and quality of life among those living HIV/AIDS; health promotion among all ages of African American men, specifically focusing on the prevention of HIV transmission.
Christopher Coleman is a well-established expert in the area of primary and secondary prevention of HIV infection, symptom management and quality of life among those living HIV/AIDS. He particularly focuses on health promotion among both younger and middle-aged and older African American men, specifically focusing on the prevention of HIV transmission.
Coleman’s program of research collectively makes a substantial and significant contribution toward reducing the transmission of HIV/AIDS to the general public, in particular African American MSM and women, where rates have exceeded some Third World countries.
He is a sought-after speaker and consultant in health disparities and has served as PI and Co-I on Federal research grants, foundations, and intramural funding. His work has been published in leading peer review journals to multidisciplinary audiences and presented regionally and nationally.View full bio
Updated on: January 9, 2020