Corey Morrison is a Research Assistant at the ISPH. His current work is centered around HIV sero-conversion in a large national longitudinal sample of at-risk men who have sex with men. Corey’s previously work includes qualitative research on narratives of HIV status disclosure among pregnant women in South Africa. His research interests include barriers to ART uptake and adherence, HIV-related internal and external stigma, and trauma and mental health among high-risk populations. Corey is a graduate of Brown University with a BA in Public Health.