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  Name:   Dr. David Malebranche
Month: August/September 2007
Schools: Princeton BA 1990; Emory MD 1996; Columbia MPH 2001
Organization: Emory University
Title: Assistant Professor

David J. Malebranche, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Emory University's School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. He sees patients at the Ponce Infectious Disease Center, a local clinic that provides comprehensive care to uninsured patients living with HIV/AIDS and supervises medical providers-in-training at the Primary Care Center at Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta.

Additionally, Dr. Malebranche conducts research exploring the social, structural, and cultural factors influencing sexual risk behavior and HIV testing practices, particularly among Black men and men who have sex with men (MSM). He was a Visiting Professor with the HIV Prevention Research in Minority Communities Program at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) in San Francisco from 2002-2004, and recently completed a project with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) exploring the social factors influencing the HIV testing practices and sexual risk behaviors of Black MSM. In 2006 he began a two year qualitative study with the National Institute of Health's Division of Child & Human Development exploring the social context of disclosure and sexual risk behavior among behaviorally bisexual Black men.

Dr. Malebranche's work has been featured in medical and public health journals such as The Annals of Internal Medicine, The American Journal of Public Health, Health Affairs, Academic Medicine, and the Journal of the National Medical Association. He is known as a dynamic speaker nationwide and has been featured in documentaries on CNN, ABC News Primetime, and Black Entertainment Television (BET) for his expertise on HIV in the Black community. He has also been recognized in the Black same gender-loving community with an award from Clik Magazine in politics/health and the Community Service Award from Gay Men of African Descent (GMAD), a community-based organization in New York City. In July 2006, Dr. Malebranche was appointed to the President's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) and will serve an initial two year commitment through 2008.

 

 

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