The Howard University MSI HIV/HCV Prevention Program (MSI-H2P)
Brandon A. Moton, DrPH, MPH is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Science, School of Allied Health Sciences at Florida A&M University. Dr. Moton earned a Doctor of Public Health Degree in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education and Master of Public Health Degree with a concentration in Health Policy and Management from Florida A&M University, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Institute of Public Health. He also holds a B.A in Political Science from Florida State University.
Dr. Moton’s research interests are in sexual health disparities, sexual health outcomes, and HIV prevention among racial and ethnic minorities. Currently, his research seeks to explore the impact of hookup culture and social-media dating applications among black gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM). His ultimate goal is to reduce the research-to-practice gap in order to support improved sexual health outcomes among racial and ethnic minority MSM by applying evidence-based programs and interventions to decrease HIV transmission. Dr. Moton holds professional memberships with the Florida Public Health Association and American Public Health Association.