Wilson Vincent, PhD, MPH
I am a clinical and community psychologist who is also trained in public health, including epidemiology and intervention development, and quantitative research methods. Broadly, I am interested in health disparities that affect racial and ethnic minorities. More specifically, I am focusing on 1) increasing engagement in care and treatment for vulnerable patient populations (e.g., increasing retention in the HIV continuum of care among HIV-positive Black men) and 2) the effects of stigma and psychosocial distress on the mental and physical health of vulnerable populations. I am also interested in building quantitative models of the mechanisms of action of interventions and of biopsychosocial theories of health.
NIMH T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2016 - Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
M.P.H., 2015 - Epidemiology, University of California, Berkeley
Ph.D., 2013 - Psychology, Georgia State University
Predoctoral Clinical Fellowship, 2013 - Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine
Honors and Awards
- Center for AIDS Prevention Studies HIV Innovative Grant Award, University of California, San Francisco, 2017-2018
- Distinguished Alumni in Clinical Psychology Award, Georgia State University, 2016
- John A. Watson Faculty Scholarship, University of California, San Francisco, 2016
- National Institutes of Health Loan Repayment Program, National Institutes of Health, 2014-2016
- Identifying Opportunities for Collaboration Across the Social Sciences to Reach the 10-10-10: A Multilevel Approach.
- Sources of Resilience as Mediators of the Effect of Minority Stress on Stimulant Use and Sexual Risk Behavior Among Young Black Men who have Sex with Men.
- Resilience and depression in young Black men who have sex with men: A social-ecological model.
- A Person-Centered Approach to HIV-Related Protective and Risk Factors for Young Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: Implications for Pre-exposure Prophylaxis and HIV Treatment as Prevention.
- Depressive symptoms, physical symptoms, and health-related quality of life among older adults with HIV.
- A Closer Look at Racism and Heterosexism in Medical Students' Clinical Decision-Making Related to HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Implications for PrEP Education.
- Intimate Partner Violence Among Low-Income Fathers: Testing a Stress-Coping Model.
- HIV risk and multiple sources of heterosexism among young Black men who have sex with men.
- What Factors Are Associated With Receiving a Recommendation to Get Tested for HIV by Health Care Providers Among Men Who Have Sex With Men?
- HIV-related shame and health-related quality of life among older, HIV-positive adults.
- The association between AIDS-related stigma and aggression toward gay men and lesbians.
- Adherence to Traditionally Masculine Norms and Condom-Related Beliefs: Emphasis on African American and Hispanic Men.
- Resilience, stress, and life quality in older adults living with HIV/AIDS.
- Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion T. P. Gullotta, M. Bloom
- Sexual Prejudice.
- Effects of Traditional Gender Role Norms and Religious Fundamentalism on Self-Identified Heterosexual Men's Attitudes, Anger, and Aggression Toward Gay Men and Lesbians.
- Combined Effects of Masculine Gender-Role Stress and Sexual Prejudice on Anger and Aggression Toward Gay Men.
- Combined effects of masculine gender role stress and sexual prejudice on anger and aggression toward gay men
- The link between alcohol use and aggression toward sexual minorities: an event-based analysis.
- Differences in African American and White Women's Attitudes Toward Lesbians and Gay Men.
- Correlates of anger in response to gay men: Effects of male gender role beliefs, sexual prejudice, and masculine gender role stress.
- Correlates of anger in response to gay men: Effects of male gender role beliefs, sexual prejudice and masculine gender role stress
- Headache treatment with pulsing electromagnetic fields: a literature review.