Dr. Amir Bhochhibhoya completed his Ph.D. in Health and Exercise Science and M.S. in Health Promotion from the University of Oklahoma. He also received his Masters of Business Administration from the Oklahoma State University. His area of interest is in designing and evaluating theory-based health education and health promotion programs. His current research focuses on developing and implementing a mindfulness based intervention for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Michelle Demming, Ph.D.
LaDrea Ingram, Ed.D., CHES
Dr. LaDrea Ingram is a social behavioral scientist and community health educator. She earned her doctoral degree in Health Education & Behavioral Studies from Columbia University, Teachers College. She received a Master of Arts in Government with a concentration in social policy from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Science in Health and Medical Policy from George Mason University. Her primary research interests include psychosocial determinates to health and health disparities research.While at CHQ, LaDrea will focus her research on the cultural and social manifestations of HIV stigma in the Deep South.
Yuchen Mao, Ph.D.
Dr. Yuchen Mao earned his doctoral degree in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management and his Master’s degree in statistics from North Carolina State University. During his studies at NCSU, he gained the expertise in biostatistics and geographic information systems, which have applications in public health. His current research focuses on longitudinal studies of people living with HIV/AIDS in both China and the United States.
Crystal Stafford, Ph.D.