Casey D. Xavier Hall
Dr. Xavier Hall’s work strives to increase access to culturally appropriate care and interventions especially among sexual and gender minorities, survivors of violence, and people living with HIV. In addition to observational studies examining risk factors for sexual, violence, and mental health disparities, his previous work has included the development and cultural adaptation of measures for intimate partner violence, spousal homicide risk, and intersectional stigma for use in clinical settings. More recently, Dr. Xavier Hall has employed the use of implementation science frameworks to improve the roll-out of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV prevention as well as behavioral e-interventions.
In addition to his work in the U.S., Dr. Xavier Hall has considerable experience in global health including past projects in Burkina Faso, People's Republic of China, Haiti, India, Uganda, Tanzania, Brazil, Tajikistan, and Panama.