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Maya Corneille, Ph.D.

Dr. Maya Corneille is the co-director of the Collective Health and Education Equity Research (CHEER) collaborative. 


My work uses both qualitative and quantitative approaches to examine reducing the negative impacts of racism and sexism on sexual health, HIV/AIDS prevention, cardiovascular health, and education leadership. My work has been funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Mental Health, and the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California, San Francisco.

Corneille, M., Lee, A., Britton, R., & Barker, J. C. (2015). " There’s more to us than this:" A qualitative study of Black young adults’ perceptions of media portrayals of HIV. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 8(4), 5.

Corneille, M., Lee, A., Allen, S., Cannady, J., & Guess, A. (2019). Barriers to the advancement of women of color faculty in STEM. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 38, 328-348. 

Lee, A. K., Corneille, M. A., Hall, N. M., Yancu, C. N., & Myers, M. (2016). The stressors of being young and Black: Cardiovascular health and Black young adults. Psychology & Health, 31(5), 578-591.


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