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 David Seal

David Seal, PhD
Professor and Vice-Chair
Doctoral Programs Director
Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
1440 Canal Street, Rm 2224
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 988-6260
dseal@tulane.edu 


Research Interests:
  • HIV and STI prevention
  • Violence prevention
  • Sexology
  • Community partnership and mobilization
  • Qualitative methods

 

Educational Background:

PhD, Social Psychology - University of New Mexico

MA, Experimental Social Psychology - California State University

BA, Psychology - University of Redlands

 

Personal Statement:

Dr. David Seal is a Professor and the Director of Doctoral Programs in the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Seal has extensive experience and expertise with the conduct of social behavioral formative and intervention research within a multicultural community-based participatory framework. He has been the P.I. on funded HIV prevention intervention studies with men who have sex with men, young men leaving prison, and delinquent female adolescents. He also has conducted a program of funded formative research to explore sexual behavior among at-risk heterosexuals in Syria; the impact of intersecting identifies on risk behavior among racial and ethnic minority men; and emotional and sexual intimacy among gay, lesbian, and heterosexual couples. 

 

Selected Publications:
Courses Taught:

GCHB 6280 QUALITATIVE METHODS I: BASIC FOUNDATIONS

GCHB 6360 SEXUAL HEALTH: A PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

GCHB 8800/8830 SENIOR GRADUATE RESEARCH SEMINAR 

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