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Danielle Chiaramonte CV

2014

BA, Psychology/Communication Studies, DePaul University, 2013
MA, Ecological-Community Psychology, Michigan State University, 2017

Research Statement

Danielle Chiaramonte is a graduate student in Michigan State University’s Ecological-Community Psychology Program, with specializations in public health and quantitative methods and evaluation science. She holds an M.A. in ecological-community psychology from MSU and a B.A. in psychology from DePaul University. Her work broadly focuses on promotion of health and wellness, sexual health, and resource access. More specifically, she is interested in increasing access to sexual health related resources for populations at risk for or living with HIV. In her recent work, she has investigated multilevel barriers to community reentry for individuals living with HIV who have recently been released from prison. Ms. Chiaramonte also works with the Safer Sex Research team, investigating individual, organizational and community outcomes of HIV prevention coalitions across the country. 

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  • Miller, R. L., Boyer, C. B., Chiaramonte, D.*, Lindeman, P.*, Chutuape, K., Cooper-Walker, B., Kapogiannis, B.G., Wilson, C. M., & Fortenberry, J. D.
    Evaluating HIV-testing strategies for identifying HIV-infected Youth and Linking Youth to Biomedical and Other Preventive Services
    2017, JAMA Pediatrics
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