Michael G. Bare, MPH

Michael G. Bare is the Research Communications Specialist for the Technology and Information Exchange (TIE) Core where he coordinates social media, communications and outreach, assists with technical assistance inquiries and helps facilitate community-researcher relationships.

Prior to CAPS, Michael assisted with research at the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Preventions Studies, at New York University, facilitated sexual health education interventions for at-risk preteens in Yonkers, and worked on content research and outreach & communications for a professional networking web portal for researchers biomedical HIV prevention with the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise.  Michael first got his feet wet with HIV and public health, working in a PEPFAR funded program through the University of MD.

This past spring Michael worked on a community health needs assessment report prepared for the Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation and the Rockaway Center for Community Development on the health needs of residents of New York City Housing Authority public housing developments in Far Rockaway, NY in a collaborative project with other students in his MPH program.

Research Interests:

Behavioral and Structural determinants of health, HIV and coinfections, sexual health, psychological burden, substance use, marginalized populations, public health and policy/ social justice, educational & behavioral HIV prevention interventions  and novel treatment planning in low-income settings (domestic urban and rural, as well as international), social marketing and technology, and international development.

Education:

2012, MPH (Behavioral Sciences and Health Promotion), New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY

2002, BA (Liberal Arts), Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH

Last modified: June 25, 2013