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muessig_kate_lessgreenDr. Kate Muessig is a public health interventionist and social scientist whose research centers on the prevention and care of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in the urban United States and in China. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Behavior.

Dr. Muessig’s work focuses on key populations including men who have sex with men, commercial sex workers and populations experiencing health disparities.

She is currently engaged in the development and testing of a number of electronic and mobile Health (eHealth/mHealth) interventions for men who have sex with men in both the U.S. and China. These projects aim to alleviate stigma, increase social support and reduce barriers to care.

Her methodological focus is on the use of qualitative and mixed-methods studies to support the development, implementation and evaluation of health behavior interventions.

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