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Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute, Postdoc, 2005
Indiana University, Ph.D., 2002
Indiana University, M.S., 1999
University of Michigan, B.A., 1995
Dr. Brian Dodge is a Professor in the Department of Applied Health Science and the Center for Sexual Health Promotion. He is also appointed as an Adjunct Professor at The Fenway Institute in Boston, Massachusetts. He received his Ph.D. in Health Behavior (with minors in Human Sexuality and Dutch) from Indiana University in 2002 and then completed his postdoctoral training in the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded Behavioral Sciences Research in HIV Infection Fellowship in the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at the Columbia University Department of Psychiatry and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Dodge has served as PI/MPI on some of the first National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded research projects focused specifically on bisexual health. He has served as Co-Chair of the NIH Workshop on Bisexual Health Research, as associate editor at Archives of Sexual Behavior, as Chair of the HIV/AIDS Section of the American Public Health Association (APHA), and he remains involved in a wide range of scientific and community-based sexual and gender minority-focused health initiatives.
Dr. Dodge's research focuses on health and well-being among understudied and underserved sexual and gender minority populations, particularly diverse bisexual individuals relative to their exclusively heterosexual and exclusively homosexual counterparts. His work is fueled by the active mentorship of graduate and postgraduate scholars, the use of an intersectional lens, and the translation of research findings into community-based advocacy.
Awards and Honors
- 2019 Co-Chair, Workshop on Bisexual Health Research - Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health Sexual and Gender Minority Research Office, National Institute on Aging, National Institute of Mental Health, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, and the Office of Research on Women's Health, Bethesda, MD
- 2019 Indiana University School of Public Health Outstanding Senior Research Award
- 2019 Indiana University LGBTQ+ Culture Center Faculty Spirit Award
- 2019 Fellow, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
- 2018 Methods and Measurement in Sexual & Gender Minority Health Research Workshop, National Institutes of Health Sexual and Gender Minority Research Office, Bethesda, MD
- 2016 White House Bisexual Community Policy Briefing (2). The White House, Washington, D.C.
- 2016 White House Meeting on HIV Stigma Research: Translating Research to Action: Reducing HIV Stigma to Optimize HIV Outcomes. Sponsored by the White House Office of National AIDS Policy, NIH Office of AIDS Research, National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). The White House, Washington, D.C.
- 2015 White House Bisexual Community Policy Briefing (1). The White House, Washington, D.C.
- 2015 Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
- 2011 Excellence in Abstract Submission among All Presenters Award, American Public Health Association, HIV/AIDS Section - for Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P., Reece, M., Goncalves, G., Martinez, O., Malebranche, D.J., Nix, R., Van Der Pol, B., & Fortenberry, J.D. (2011). Administering Sexual Health-Related Services to Bisexual Men: Privacy, Trust, and Appropriate Messaging. Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C.
- 2007 Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Emerging Professional Award
- 2006 University of Florida Gator Launch Program Excellence in Mentoring Award - Mentoring program designed to enhance ethnic minority undergraduate students' participation in graduate and medical education
- 2005 HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies Publication Award for HIV Center's Junior Investigators and Fellows - for Dodge, B., Sandfort, T. G. M., Yarber, W. L., & de Wit, J. B. F. (2005). Sexual health among male college students in the United States and the Netherlands. American Journal of Health Behavior, 29(2), 172-182.
- 1999 Pi Lambda Theta - The International Honors Society in Education
- 1995 Psi Chi - The National Honors Society in Psychology
This following list displays selected publications from over 150 authored or co-authored by Professor Brian Dodge.
Feinstein, B. A., & Dodge, B. (2020). Meeting the sexual health needs of bisexual men in the age of biomedical HIV prevention: Gaps and priorities. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 49(1), 217-232.
Dodge, B., Ford, J., Bo, N., Tu, W., Pachankis, J., Herbenick, D., Mayer, K., & Hatzenbuehler, M. L. (2019). HIV risk and prevention outcomes in a probability-based sample of gay and bisexual men in the United States. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 82(4), 355-361.
Bostwick, W., & Dodge, B. (2019). Introduction to the special section on bisexual health: Can you see us now? Archives of Sexual Behavior, 48(1), 79-87.
Dodge, B., Herbenick, D., Friedman, M. R., Schick, V., Fu, T. C., Bostwick, W., Bartelt, E., Muñoz-Laboy, M., Pletta, D., Reece, M., & Sandfort, T. G. M. (2016). Attitudes toward bisexual men and women among a nationally representative probability sample of adults in the United States. PLOS One, 11(10): e0164430. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0164430
Dodge, B., Banik, S., Bowling, J., Sivasubramanian, M., Mengle, S., Schick, V., Herbenick, D., Row Kavi, A., & Anand, V. (2016). Sexual relationships, behaviors, and experiences among bisexual men in Mumbai, India. International Journal of Sexual Health, 28(1), 70-84.
Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Reece, M., Martinez, O., Goncalves, G., Malebranche, D., Van Der Pol, B., Nix, R., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2013). Sexual behaviors and experiences among behaviorally bisexual men in the Midwestern United States. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 42(2), 247-256.
Dodge, B., Schnarrs, P. W., Goncalves, G., Reece, M., Martinez, O., Malebranche, D., Nix, R., Van Der Pol, B., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2012). The significance of privacy, trust, and comfort in providing health-related services to behaviorally bisexual men. AIDS Education & Prevention, 24(3), 242-256.
Dodge, B., Van Der Pol, B., Rosenberger, J. G., Reece, M., Roth, A. M., Herbenick, D., & Fortenberry, J. D. (2010). Field collection of rectal samples for sexually transmitted infection diagnostics among men who have sex with men. International Journal of STD & AIDS, 21(4), 260-264.
Dodge, B., Jeffries, W. L., & Sandfort, T. G. M. (2008). Beyond the down low: Sexual risk, protection, and disclosure among at-risk Black men who have sex with men and women (MSMW). Archives of Sexual Behavior, 37(5), 683-696.
Muñoz-Laboy, M. A., & Dodge, B. (2007). Bisexual Latino men and HIV and sexually transmitted infections risk: An exploratory analysis. American Journal of Public Health, 97(6), 1102-1106.
Stall, R., Dodge, B., Bauermeister, J. A., Poteat, T., & Beyrer, C. (Eds., in press). LGBTQ health research: Theory, methods, & practice. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Friedman, M. R., & Dodge, B. (2016). The role of syndemics in explaining health disparities among bisexual men. In Wright, E. & Carnes, N. (Eds.) Health disparities and syndemics in at-risk populations (pp.71-98). New York: Springer.
Dodge, B., & Sandfort, T. G. M. (2007). A review of mental health research on bisexual individuals when compared to homosexual and heterosexual individuals. In B. A. Firestein (Ed.) Becoming Visible: Counseling Bisexuals Across the Lifespan (pp. 28-51). New York: Columbia University Press.