IMPACT Publication Showcased in Northwestern Now

A recent IMPACT publication on the potential protective factors of romantic relationships for gay, lesbian, and bisexual adolescents was recently highlighted by Northwestern Now. The publication detailed findings from IMPACT’s Q2 study, the longest running longitudinal study of LGBT youth ever conducted. The publication showed that while romantic involvement served as a stress buffer for gay and lesbians, the opposite is true for bisexuals, who often face unique stressors in relationships. Continue Reading ▶︎

Drs. Brian Mustanski and Brian Feinstein to Speak in Northwestern Social Psychology Brownbag Series

Drs. Brian Mustanski, ISGMH director, and Brian Feinstein, ISGMH postdoctoral research fellow, were recently invited to speak as part of the Northwestern Department of Psychology’s Social Brownbag series. Their talk is titled “Close relationships and the health of young gay and bisexual men.”

Dr. Mustanski will provide an overview of the epidemiology of HIV and risk factors among young gay and bisexual men. Continue Reading ▶︎

IMPACT Senior Research Study Coordinator

ISGMH’s IMPACT program is seeking a Senior Research Study Coordinator to work across multiple projects including RADAR, Keep It Up! 2.0, and ASAP.

Job Summary:

Coordinates & completes the day to day administrative & technical activities involved in a single complex, large, nationwide or multiple moderately complex concurrent biomedical &/or social-behavioral research study(ies) involving multiple sites& /or longitudinal assessments/ interventions.  Continue Reading ▶︎

Dr. Brian Feinstein Selected as Association for Psychological Science Rising Star

ISGMH is proud to announce Dr. Brian Feinstein, postdoctoral research fellow, was recently named a Rising Star in the Association for Psychological Science (APS). Dr. Feinstein’s research interests include sexual and gender minority (SGM) health, bisexual and other non-monosexual populations, SGM couples/relationships, and prevention and intervention with SGM populations. Continue Reading ▶︎

SMART Project Receives NIH Diversity Supplement Grant

ISGMH’s SMART Project recently received a diversity supplement grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH provides administrative supplements to fund projects to recruit and support minority students, postdoctorates, and eligible investigators. The spirit of this supplement is to incorporate diversity into existing project by allowing for underrepresented populations to access and work on already funded projects. Continue Reading ▶︎

Dr. Brian Mustanski Chosen for NBC News’ #Pride30 List of LGBTQ Changemakers

Dr. Brian Mustanski has been chosen as one of NBC News’ #Pride30 changemakers, innovators, and rising stars.

NBC received public nominations from all over the country and several from outside the U.S.  After the submission deadline in April, a committee of NBC journalists and executives reviewed the nominations and decided on the list of finalists.   Continue Reading ▶︎

Dr. Michael Newcomb Named “Rising Star of Clinical Science” by the Association for Psychological Science

ISGMH is proud to announce Dr. Michael Newcomb was recently named a “Rising Star of Clinical Science” by the Association for Psychological Science. Dr. Newcomb was selected along with three other early career faculty from across the U.S. who conduct innovative research in clinical science to give a talk at the APS Annual Convention in Boston. Continue Reading ▶︎