Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

ISSN: 2155-6113

Open Access

Yzette Lanier

Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, USA


Dr. Lanier is a developmental psychologist whose research broadly centers on health promotion and disease prevention in communities of color, with a special focus on preventing HIV and STIs among African American adolescents. Using health equity and strengths-based lenses, her research seeks to understand how individual, social, and cultural factors influence adolescents’ sexual decision-making. Dr. Lanier’s current research examines how adolescent romantic relationships influence sexual behaviors. Her long-term goal is to develop effective developmentally-appropriate, culturally tailored interventions that promote healthy romantic relationships and protective sexual behaviors among adolescents.

Research Interest

Adolescent health, HIV/AIDS prevention, health equity, African American adolescents, social and behavioral interventions

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

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