A joint presentation by the Cancer Control & Survivorship Program, Cancer Survivorship Institute, and the Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing:

Cancer, Couplehood, and Coming Out: Unique Needs of LGBT Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

Presented by Charles Kamen, PhD, MPH

Dr. Charles Kamen is a clinical psychologist with a strong background and training in behavioral medicine, health disparities and couples-based interventions. His research to date has focused on factors that lead to health disparities among sexual minority populations, specifically disparities in HIV risk and cancer diagnoses, as well as developing and testing dyadic interventions to address these disparities. He has been involved in a grant-funded randomized clinical trial of a group-based HIV prevention intervention targeting men and women living with HIV and reporting histories of trauma, as well as in development of a behavioral intervention targeting spouses and veterans reporting symptoms of trauma post-deployment.