HIV Prevalence, Prevention, Issues and Ideas: How Houston Can Help Others
Gabrielle Hansen, Ph.D., M.S.Ed Biography: Dr. Gabrielle Hansen earned her Masters of Human Sexuality at the University of Pennsylvania and her Ph.D. in Health Science, specializing in sexuality, at Curtin University in Australia. She currently serves as the HIV Program Manager for the City of Houston, but first began her work in HIV in Washington D.C. in 1992. Her academic work includes clinical education in HIV for GPs and sexual health nurses at the University of Queensland School of Medicine, an Assistant Professorship teaching Love, Sex and Relationships at Bond University, Adjunct Associate Professor at Southern Cross University, lecturing at the University of California, Santa Barbara and the University of Pennsylvania, and also heading the Human Sexuality program at Curtin University in Western Australia, running both the undergraduate and graduate programs, which included launching the world’s first Master of Forensic Sexology program, which attracted international awards, attention and respect. She has lived and worked in India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Australia, Canada and lectured all over the world. She is an author, a mom and a global citizen with a passion for sexuality education and changing our understanding of and approach to HIV. Dr. Gabrielle Hansen is widely considered a leading expert in the field of sexual health.