Joseph Daniels, PhD

Core Affiliate, Combination Prevention Core

Joseph Daniels, PhD is Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behaviors at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science. His research focuses on improving HIV and TB treatment adherence for Black MSM and men in the US and South Africa with current NIH grant funding in these areas. Dr. Daniels received his PhD from the University of Washington and NIMH post-doctoral training in Global HIV/AIDS Prevention from UCLA. He has expertise in implementation science, qualitative and mixed research methods, community-based participatory research, mHealth, human resources for health, healthcare access, MSM and men’s health, educational attainment and HIV, and HIV/TB treatment cascades. Dr. Daniels serves as faculty in the Partnership for Unified Services in HIV (PUSH) for Watts-Willowbrook-Compton and mentors students in the Student Opportunities to Advance Research (SOAR) program at Charles Drew University.

A list of Dr. Daniels’ publications can be found here.