Christian Grov

Associate Professor
Health and Nutrition Sciences

Location: 4110f Ingersoll Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x1230
Fax: 718.951.4670

Christian Grov joined Brooklyn College in 2008 and was dually appointed to the Graduate Center's Doctoral Program in Public Health in 2011. He received postdoctoral training at the National Development and Research Institutes. He has been collaborating with the Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training since 2003 and working in HIV prevention since 1999. Grov has expertise in research methods and sampling hard-to-reach populations. He has an active research program in the areas of sexuality and HIV. He is principal investigator on a five-year NIH/NIDA-funded study of HIV risk and resilience in a U.S. national sample of men who have sex with men. He is principal investigator on a three-year NIH-funded (NIGMS/NIAID) study longitudinally tracking the association between HIV risks and venues where gay and bisexual men meet their partners. In addition, he is co-principal investigator on 4.5-year NIH/NIMH longitudinal study following highly sexually active gay and bisexual men.

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