Larry Keen II, PhD
William Latimer, PhD, University of Florida
Elwin Wu, PhD
Dr. Keen is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology in the College of Public Health and Health Professions at the University of Florida. He earned his PhD from Howard University. The long-term objective of Dr. Keen’s research program is to examine neuropsychological and psychosocial determinants of HIV/AIDS health outcomes among African American populations through tailored intervention programs, with an emphasis on neuropsychological performance and substance use. His current research focuses on the neuropsychological, psychosocial, and substance abuse risk factors of HIV prevention among heterosexual African American men. Specifically, his work examines the role of alcohol and marijuana use, sexual risk behaviors, neurocognitive performance, and psychological determinants in HIV infection risk and immune function in HIV positive heterosexual African American adult men.
HISTP Pilot Study
The Effects of Racial Discrimination and Social Support as Determinants of HIV-Related Health Outcomes and the Potential Mediating Effect of Executive Function in Heterosexual Black Men